It’s been one month since Gabbi and Mike’s wedding at Duncan Memorial Chapel and 3rd Turn Oldham Gardens in Louisville, Kentucky and I’m still blown away by all of the beautiful, creative details from their day. The bride and groom worked SO hard putting together really a work of art with so many special touches. One of my favorite details was that the bride’s bouquet included dried pieces of floral from her father’s casket. What a precious way to include and have her father with her on her day. Also, her bridal cape was custom made from a design that she helped to draw up- SO awesome!
I remember nearly a year ago when they inquired and Gabbi gave me a brief idea of their vision. It was one of those moments that I crossed my fingers and hoped that they would choose me because I knew they were super cool and their wedding would be so unique. Their engagement session at Joe Ley antiques is still one of my favorites- and this wedding DID NOT disappoint!
Not only was their wedding day filled to the brim with beauty and creativity- their love for each other is just the best. Gabbi and Mike are best friends in love with each other and I adore that about them. They are the cutest and most perfect match and I could not be happier for them. Congrats friends!
Florist | Native Oak Florist
Dress | Sarah Stevens, The Dress Theory Nashville
Bridal Cape | Elizabeth Crum Bridal (Custom Made)
Hair |Darcee Rodgers
Makeup | Katie Riddle
Bride’s Wedding Set | Ken and Dana Design
Groom’s Wedding Set | Hartwoodco
Suit | Express
Venue + Catering, Guest Tables + Benches | 3rd Turn Oldham Gardens
Reception | Duncan Memorial Chapel
Invitations | Designed by the Bride
Cake | Sweet Surrenders
Head Tables | Southern Classic Rentals