Published in Kentucky Bride Magazine: Laura and JC

This adorable couple was just published in the fabulous Kentucky Bride Magazine. The magazine not only has the latest trends and wedding tips but also features real Kentucky weddings. That’s right: Straight from the bluegrass! Why not be inspired for your big day with genuine Kentucky Pride and catch a glimpse of some of the finest vendors to make your special day perfect? You can pick up a copy at most stores where magazines are sold!

I know you’re not supposed to have favorites but I have one. All weddings are exciting and beautiful celebrations but I gotta go with the fall as the best. The colors, the weather, the decorations- you can count on them all! Laura and JC’s mid October wedding didn’t disappoint me at all. The wedding ceremony took place at Faith Lutheran Church in Lexington; reception at Equus Run Vineyards in Midway. Laura is a true artist at heart and the lovely chocolate color (and vintage variations of) she chose was woven through everything from her dress and the adorable bridesmaids heels to the cake and sweets table.

Laura and JC are such a special couple. During their engagement session at Gratz Park, I learned that they had originally met in UK’s Marching Band. I let it out that I too had my marching band days in the SEC, playing sousaphone in the marching band at Vanderbilt. I also informed them being a former music major, I had tucked my primary ax- the saxophone- away. Well as God would have it, Laura was also a music major in school! She let me know it was time to dust of the sax and get back in the saddle. She and JC were part of the Central Kentucky Concert Band. It’s open to anyone that wants to join. So with their encouragement, guess where you’ll find me on Thursday nights this fall? You guessed it. Concert band practice:)

So thank you Laura and JC for letting me be apart of your day and getting me back into music. Your family and bridal party made me feel like family and it was a most beautiful wedding. Your love is sweet and true. I look forward to seeing you grow old together…from across the room at band practice:)

Laura started the day with make-up by the talented and sweet Anna Crane-Simpson. She was so much fun and she knows her craft well.

Those wonderful women who have gone before us in marriage add so much joy and reassuarnce on a wedding day.

It's so important to know where to put the veil


something blue

It's okay to be jealous. She is breathtaking:)

More to come….

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