A Refined Organic Wedding: Stacey + Christian

Warm Organic Color Palette

This refined organic September wedding at Warrenwood Manor was…so fun!  Believe me when I say that not all weddings are as laid back and fun as Stacey and Christian’s wedding.  I guess that is what happens when you are celebrating the marriage of two really GOOD and funny people!  Stacey and Christian held their ceremony in the barn and their reception in and around the house.  Their day had a touch of traditional with warm earthy elements creating a natural, organic feel.  The locally grown, farm fresh flowers provided by their family gave the event spaces a special touch of character and charm.  See for yourself!

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Do you want to have your wedding at Warrenwood Manor?  We’re now booking events for 2018!  Check out our website for more information then contact us to arrange a tour.

A Classic Rustic Wedding: Abby + Joe

Abby and Joe tied the knot at Warrenwood Manor in August of 2015.  It was a classic event with a touch of rustic flair.  They opted for an outdoor ceremony in front of the cottage.  The aisle was lined with pink and ivory floral arrangements atop wooden stumps while the cottage was decked out with garland and two huge hydrangea arrangements.  To top if off, they provided shade for their guests with canvas umbrellas.  It was stunning!  The reception took place in the house and on the back patio.  Even after a little rain, it was a beautiful evening.  Abby and Joe are the sweetest couple and we were so happy to be a party of their special day!

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History & Highlights: The Grounds at Warrenwood Manor

Warrenwood Manor is nestled in the heart of Kentucky on 100-acres of rolling green hills.  The land was originally purchased in 1785 by Captain William Warren, a Revolutionary War soldier, and later developed by his descendants, John Fouche Warren and Samuel Wilcox Warren.  Now, cattle roam the majority of the land while events are held at the front of the property.  Large, mature trees cover the grounds giving year-round character and color to the landscape.  The historic home is the foundation of the property, but several out buildings, new and old, also dot the estate.

The cottage, located directly behind the main house (#3 on the map), is said to have been one of the original structures on the property.  The Warren brothers lived in this tiny, three-story cottage as the main house was being built which would have been several years.  We haven’t been able to restore the cottage yet, but we hope to eventually.  For now, it serves as the backdrop for many of our outdoor ceremonies.

Behind the cottage is a garage and carport (#4).  This building was added in the 1970’s or 80’s for practical purposes and is now usually used for event extras like a kids area, photo booth, etc.  It doesn’t match the style of the house exactly, but attempts were made for this building to compliment the other buildings.

Not much is known (to us) about the barn at Warrenwood, but you can read about it in our recent blog, History & Highlights: The Warrenwood Manor Barn.  A corn crib and running shed stand next to the barn.  This space is used for event extras just like the carport.  Sometimes it even houses the bar.

Beyond these buildings, you can look in any direction to see pastures, ponds, and trees galore.  Warrenwood changes drastically throughout the season with each offering something special.  Event photographers use every inch of Warrenwood to creatively capture the beauty of the property, the people, and the event.  Below is a curated collection of images that will make you feel like you’re strolling the Warrenwood grounds.  Enjoy!

Outdoor bridal portrait at central Kentucky wedding venue
Traditional Southern Wedding Party in navy, khaki and ivory
Soft photo of wedding party, blush and gray
Vibrant spring wedding ceremony at Warrenwood Manor
Soft southern glam wedding ceremony outside at Warrenwood
Refined rustic outdoor ceremony, coral, teal and khaki
Sunkissed bride & groom during Kentucky farm wedding
Wedding party on the steps of historic cottage
Southern glam bride in field with black fencing
Couple at sunset in field during their Kentucky estate wedding
Bride & Groom on the farm during fall wedding
Couple during Kentucky wedding
Umbrellas covering guests for an outdoor wedding ceremony
Bride and her flower girls at sunset during southern glam farm wedding
Bridal party in marsala with fall leave
June wedding at Warrenwood Manor
Outdoor minimalist ceremony on the grounds at Warrenwood Manor
Bride and Groom on a Kentucky cattle farm
Couple in a green pasture with black and white barn
Outdoor ceremony under a large tree with flower petal lined aisle
Bride and groom exit their outdoor dapper southern wedding
Fall Floral arch and alter flowers
Intimate backyard ceremony
Guestbook and wedding sign in backyard for wedding
Groomsmen in khakis and suspenders on central kentucky farm
Refined rustic country bridal party in coral dress and boots
Wedding party in navy, purple and ivory
Illusion back wedding dress
Farm wedding in central Kentucky
Flower petal toss as Bride & Groom exit their fall outdoor wedding
Navy and Ivory bridal party
Bride with pastel florals on cascading steps
View over the farm at Warrenwood Manor
Groom and Groomsmen in Navy, Black and White
Long Marsala Bridesmaid dresses for fall farm wedding
Bride & Groom in front of cottage
Outdoor pastel spring wedding ceremony
Creative wedding party photo
View of back of bridal party dressed in light purple, bride with long train
Dapper bridal party in navy and white
Seafoam and champagne bridesmaids dresses during fall outdoor wedding
Arch Wedding Backdrop with greenery
Bride & Groom at sunset during fall Kentucky wedding
Blush flowy bridal party
Champagne bridesmaid dresses at outdoor wedding in central Kentucky
Bride & Groom during intimate destination wedding in Kentucky
Assymetrical ceremony backdrop with garland and hydrageas
Fall wedding color palette: blush, marsala and Ivory
Spring wedding at Warrenwood Manor, a central kentucky wedding venue
Perfect Fall wedding photo
Sunset photo of bride with fur shaw
Bride and groom in a field of flowers
Southern prep bridal party, getting ready photo
Black and white portrait of bride and groom during spring outdoor wedding
Perfect lighting for fall outdoor ceremony
Red, white and blue wedding for the Fourth of July
Soft southern color palette for outdoor wedding ceremony
Blush, navy and white color palette for outdoor wedding in central Kentucky

Photography By:

Leah Barry Photography, Christy Lee Photography, Unveiled Studio, Cassie Lopez Photography, Honey Heart Photography, Kevin and Anna Photography, Daring Tales Darling Bones, Hilly Photography, The King’s Daughter Photography, Emily Wakin Photography, Becky Willard Photography, Erin Trimble Photography, Ben Keeling Photography, Rainwater Photography, Sarah Katherine Davis Photography, Grant Aumiller Photography and Legacy Art Photography & Videography

Do you want to have your wedding at Warrenwood Manor?  We’re now booking events for 2018!  Check out our website for more information then contact us to arrange a tour.

History & Highlights: The Warrenwood Manor Barn

Rustic Barn Transformation
#FixerUpper #DeservetoPreserve #RusticChic #BeforeAndAfter

The Warrenwood Manor barn isn’t often the center of attention when we talk about the history and architecture of the property, but it should be.  The house at Warrenwood is gorgeous, but the barn has its own charm and intrigue as well.  We just don’t know as much about the barn’s past as we do about the house.  It is believed to have been built in the early 1900’s as one of two, maybe even three large barns on the property.  At one point the barn was painted white and green, but it was black and white when we purchased it.  That is pretty much all we know.  When renovations began in 2014 the barn had a dirt floor, horse stalls, a large grain bin and a full hay loft.  There were holes in the roof and every door was either missing or broken.  As changes were made we took every opportunity to maintain the character of the structure.  We also salvaged every piece of old wood we could, most of which is a beautiful tongue and groove oak, for use on other property projects.  These are a few photos to show how far we have come.

Before renovations.
After renovations.
We tried to blend the new addition with the old barn as much as possible while meeting all the building code requirements.

We did some major sprucing up for my wedding in October 2014, but a lot of work happened over the winter of 2014 and 2015.  Since then gradual improvements have turned the Warrenwood barn into a rustic charmer.  We now have concrete floors, string lights and chandeliers under a new roof.  Over the winter, we even added on a men’s restroom, women’s restroom and a prep kitchen for caterers in order to bring the entire space up to all Kentucky occupancy code requirements.  The barn has become the main event space comfortably seating 180 guests for a reception.  It provides a dry place for events regardless of the weather.  Housing either the ceremony and/or reception, the barn has taken on so many different looks over the past two years.  Here is a peek at some of our favorite moments in and around the barn.

Wedding barn in Kentucky
Bride & Groom exit Warrenwood barn wedding ceremony
Barn wedding reception with chandeliers
Rustic Boho Barn Wedding Reception
Bride & Groom during barn reception
Garden inspired tablesetting in Warrenwood Barn
Southern glam ceremony in barn
Barn Wedding Ceremony with drapery and chandeliers
Spring wedding ceremony in Warrenwood barn with pink and navy color palette
Front of Warrenwood Manor barn
Sparkler send off from Warrenwood Manor barn wedding reception
Bride & Groom first dance during barn reception
Styled tablescape with copper, olive and burgundy
Spring wedding ceremony in barn
First dance of Mr. & Mrs. in refined rustic wedding reception
Wedding cake on bourbon barrel bar
Bride and Father of the Bride enter traditional barn wedding ceremony
Bride & Groom exit barn wedding ceremony at Warrenwood
Portrait of Bride & Groom with string lights in background
Wedding ceremony in a rustic barn
Rustic Vintage Wedding Ceremony in a barn
Gold, pink & burgundy fall tablescape
Southern glam rustic barn reception
Barn with chandeliers
Spring pink and ivory tablescape
Rustic barn reception with burlap runners
Southern glam wedding reception in Warrenwood barn
Banquet style reception in barn
Bride & Groom during wedding reception in Warrenwood barn
Intimate wedding reception in Warrenwood Manor barn
Bridal Portrait in rustic barn
Fall refined rustic wedding ceremony
Cake Cutting at Warrenwood Manor
Vintage-inspired pastel centerpiece
Barn ceremony with lanterns and bench seating
Wreaths on barn doors at Warrenwood barn
Wedding ceremony in barn with champagne color palette
Banquet style wedding recpetion with ivory table linens, burlap runner and baby's breath flowers
Pallet bar in Warrenwood Manor barn
Sparkler send off from Warrenwood Manor wedding reception
Sweetheart Table, champagne and pastels
Bride and Groom in front on white barn doors and string lights
Becky Willard Photography, Tara Young Photography, Honey Heart Photography, Rainwater Photography, KM Russel Photography, Christy Lee Photography, The King’s Daughter Photography, Hilly Photography, Kevin & Anna Photography, Daring Tales Darling Bones, Leah Barry Photography, Erin Trimble Photography, Jessica Moore Photography, Ben Keeling Photography, Legacy Art Photography and Videography
Bride & Groom in Warrenwood Manor Barn, Refined Rustic

Photography by: Becky Willard Photography, Tara Young Photography, Honey Heart Photography, Rainwater Photography, KM Russel Photography, Christy Lee Photography, The King’s Daughter Photography, Hilly Photography, Kevin & Anna Photography, Daring Tales Darling Bones, Diverse Photographers, Leah Barry Photography, Erin Trimble Photography, Jessica Moore Photography, Ben Keeling Photography, Legacy Art Photography and Videography and Cassie Lopez Photography

History & Highlights: Warrenwood’s Historic Home

At Warrenwood Manor, we like to say that we honor the past by celebrating the future.  We celebrate marriages, babies, birthdays and all that these occasions mean for the future.  Meanwhile, guests get to experience and appreciate first hand the beautiful, craftsmanship and charm of what the past has made of the Warrenwood estate.  As so many old homes are being demolished, we are thankful to have found a way to keep Warrenwood thriving.

The Beginning of Warrenwood Manor

In 1785 Captain William Warren, a Revolutionary War Soldier, purchased 304 acres of land.  This purchase included the 100 acres upon which Warrenwood Manor now sits.  It wasn’t until 1856 that descendants of Captain Warren, John Fouche Warren and Samuel Wilcox Warren, would commission the construction of the house.

Warrenwood is one of three Gothic villas, including the Helm-Gentry House and the Mound Cottage, constructed between 1852 and 1856 in the Danville area.  All three homes were modeled after the Elley Villa of Lexington and roughly based on sketches published by A. J. Downing and A. J. Davis.  The builder of these villas is unknown, but they were probably designed and built by the same architect due to their similarities.  It is believed possible that the houses were constructed by Robert Russell Jr., a local Danville builder, who is attributed with the construction of most of the early brick structures in the area.

The home rests on a foundation of stone allowed to settle for two years before the bricks were laid.  The dark red bricks that make up the home’s exterior and interior walls were made on the property and laid four deep in the thinnest parts of the walls.  Lumber, cut from the property, was used to construct rooms measuring eighteen feet square and ceilings fourteen feet high.  The front door, surrounded by leaded, Venetian glass opens to a large hall lit by two Venetian hall lamps.  Solid walnut details include doors throughout the house, window facings, massive mantels and the banister ascending to the third floor.

The Warrenwood home is full of elegance and southern charm around every corner.  Warrenwood, along with the Helm-Gentry House and the Mound Cottage were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 for their architectural and historical significance.  Over time additions were made to the back of the house, but the main structure has remained remarkably intact and serves as a snapshot of the past.

The Recent History of Warrenwood Manor

Warrenwood Manor was loving restored in 2014 before opening for it’s first wedding season in 2015.  It is and will always be a work in progress, but that is part of the charm.  After sitting empty for almost a decade, we like to think that Warrenwood loves being filled again with love and laughter every weekend.  By the end of it’s third year of operation, Warrenwood will have hosted nearly 100 weddings and countless other events.  Below we share some of the most stunning images taken in and around the Warrenwood home over then past two years.

Bride & Groom in front of Kentucky historic mansion
Bride & Bridesmaids in the Warrenwood Manor Bridal Suite
Groom and groomsmen get ready in Warrenwood Groom's Quarters
Banquet-style reception with bud vase centerpieces and burlap runner
Wedding party with horse-drawn carriage
Bride in Warrenwood Manor bridal Suite
Large floral arrangement in entry hall of historic Warrenwood Manor
Picnic style backyard wedding reception
Intimate wedding ceremony in Warrenwood entry hall
Bride in the second floor hall of Warrenwood Manor
Banquet style wedding reception table with floral box centerpiece
Vintage inspired tablescapes at Warrenwood Manor wedding reception
Groom in groom's quarters at Warrenwood Manor, a central Kentucky wedding venue
Bride & Groom in front of rural Kentucky estate
Bride & Groom in front of historic Kentucky mansion
Reception setup in Warrenwood Manor
Bridal portrait in mirror of bridal suite
Ivory wedding reception in historic home
Dresses hanging in bridal suite
Bride and Groom in front of gothic style historic home
Back of historic home with porch and stone patio
Navy suit hanging in Warrenwood Groom's Quarters
Groom getting ready in Warrenwood
Brown leather shoes in blue and white tile bathroom
Portrait of Bride and Groom against vintage wallpaper
Bridal portrait at Warrenwood Manor, a central Kentucky wedding venue
Wedding party dressed in navy in front of home built in 1856
Sparkler send off from wedding reception
Summer spring outdoor wedding reception
Historic mansion on the Warrenwood Manor estate
Bridal party in the entry hall of Warrenwood Manor
Bride with train on the steps of Warrenwood Manor
Back of Warrenwood with tent
Bridal party getting ready for wedding in bridal suite
Entry hall of historic home with greek revival details
Bride & Groom in Warrenwood Manor viewed from staircase
Blush flowy bridal party in front of venue with southern charm
Ivory wedding reception in Warrenwood Manor
Reception food display in the Warrenwood dining room
Bride and groom dancing in Warrenwood
Bride and groom with vintage car in front of historic home
Cobalt, pink & ivory tablescape
Ivory, rose gold and pink tablesetting in Warrenwood Manor
Bride getting ready in Warrenwood Manor
Pink and teal reception tablescape in Warrenwood Manor
Bride and Groom with horse-drawn carriage in front of Warrenwood

Photography Credits to: Unveiled Studio, Daring Tale of Darling Bones, Ben Keeling Photography, KM Russel Photography, Christy Lee Photography, Jessica Moore Photography, Emily Wakin Photography, Leah Barry Photography, Rainwater Photography, Becky Willard Photography, Honey Heart Photography, Cassie Lopez Photography, Erin Trimble Photography, Hilly Photography and Legacy Art Photography & Videography

The Perfect Airy Spring Wedding: Megan + Jason

Y’all I cannot get over this spring wedding!  I’m serious! It’s been over a year now since Megan and Jason tied the knot, but I still can’t get over how this spring wedding was just so perfect in every way. And not just because Megan is my sister-in-law, but because this sweet couple made sure that their wedding day celebrated their marriage and who they are. Plus, all the details and the weather couldn’t have been more perfect! A beautiful, yet simple afternoon wedding with pops of color and personal touches is just what we all need today, right?

Watercolor Floral Wedding Invitation by Simply Done Invites
Wedding dress hanging in the Warrenwood Manor bridal suite
Mimosas and fruit in the bridal suite
Set of watercolor floral invitations by Simply Done Invites
Bride getting ready in the Warrenwood Manor bridal suite
Bride getting ready in the Warrenwood Manor bridal suite
Bride getting ready in the Warrenwood Manor bridal suite
Bride getting ready in the Warrenwood Manor bridal suite
Soft bridal makeup by Something Blu
Bridal Updo by Something Blue with headband
Peach, pink and white bridal bouquet with succulent by Doug Smith Designs
Bride at Warrenwood Manor in the spring
Bride at Warrenwood Manor in the spring
Perfect spring bridal portrait at Warrenwood Manor
Groom in Groom's Quarters at Warrenwood Manor dressed in gray suite
Groom in gray suite with green-gray tie
Groom in gray suite with green-gray tie
Groom in gray suite with green-gray tie and succulent boutonniere
Groom in gray suite with green-gray tie
Wedding Welcome Sign with flower-filled watering cans
Spring Wedding Sign with Floral accents
Wedding ceremony aisle with wood stumps and floral arrangements
Historic brick cottage with floral swag and moss letter as ceremony backdrop
Warrenwood back yard wedding ceremony
Wedding Ceremony Aisle flowers with bells of ireland, roses, snapdragons and stock
Bride and Father of the Bride entering ceremony at Warrenwood Manor
Groom and Pastor waiting for bride at alter during backyard ceremony at Warrenwood Manor
Spring estate wedding ceremony at Warrenwood Manor in central Kentucky
Bride & Groom during spring wedding ceremony in central Kentucky
Bride & Groom during spring wedding ceremony in central Kentucky
The new Mr. & Mrs. exit their spring ourdoor wedding ceremony
Mantle decor at Warrenwood Manor wedding reception
Dessert display in the Warrenwood Manor dining room
Peach and pink table setting with box flower arrangement at spring outdoor wedding reception
Bud vase flower arrangements for cocktail tables
Spring wedding reception setup in Warrenwood Manor
Vanilla cupcakes on display
Sandwiches served during wedding reception at Warrenwood Manor
Spring bud vase flower arrangement on entry table at Warrenwood Manor wedding reception
Outdoor wedding reception set up on the back porch and patio at Warrenwood Manor
Wedding reception in Warrenwood Manor
Outdoor wedding reception set up on the back porch and patio at Warrenwood Manor
Single tier ivory wedding cake on wood slab with copper wire cake topper
Bride and Groom cut the cake at outdoor wedding ceremony
Bride and Groom cut the cake at outdoor wedding ceremony
Guests on the back porch of Warrenwood Manor
Bride & Groom at spring farm wedding in Kentucky
Bride & Groom at spring farm wedding in Kentucky
Bride & Groom in field at spring farm wedding in Kentucky
Bride & Groom with their dog at their spring wedding

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Do you want to have your wedding at Warrenwood Manor?  We’re now booking events for 2018!  Check out our website for more information then contact us to arrange a tour.

Wedding Cakes Worth Celebrating

See 20 Beautiful Weddings Cakes
See the Warrenwood Manor blog for 20 beautiful wedding cakes

Warning:  Viewing these beautiful wedding cakes may cause intense sweet treat cravings.  You’ve been warned, but I promise it will be worth it because these cakes are gorgeous.  Enjoy!

d Wedding Cake with ivory ranuculus
Three-tier textured ivory wedding cake with eucalyptus and roses
Three-tier ivory wedding cake with navy ribbon and bright florals
Textured three-tier ivory wedding cake with soft pink flowers
Rosette textured single-tier wedding cake with wood laser cut cake topper
Pale pink and ivory two-tier wedding cake with spray roses
Two-tier naked layered wedding cake with laser cut topper and berries
Two-tier naked layered wedding cake with farm fresh flowers
Two-tiered textured ivory wedding cake with pennant banner cake topper
Two-tier ivory cake with love birds on top
Single-tier textured wedding cake on wood slice with copper wire cake topper
Three-tier ivory wedding cake with light pink ribbon, laser cut cake topper and roses
Three-tier ivory wedding cake with pink spray roses and greenery on a gold cake stand
Three-tier ivory textured wedding cake with burgundy flowers on gold cake stand
Ivory two-tier textured wedding cake with laser cut cake topper and pink flowers
Ivory three-tier textured wedding cake with laser cut cake topper on sliver cake stand
Ivory naked layered wedding cake on wood slice
Ivory three-tier wedding cake with silver initial cake topper and silver cake stand
Blush and Ivory four-tier wedding cake with rosette texture on silver cake stand
Ivory three-tier wedding cake with gold topper and cake stand with lots of flowers
Rustic ivory two-tier wedding cake with flowers

The central Kentucky area has so many talented bakers.  Sweets by Cindy, Martine’s Pastries, Sweet LiLu’s, Tinker’s Cake Shop and Confused Confections Bakehouse have all provide cakes, cupcakes and/or desserts at Warrenwood Manor.  I know we have not given every baker proper credit for their above cake(s) so if you made one of these cakes please comment below with your information.  We want to make sure to support all the vendors that make our events possible.

Cake photos were taken by the following photographers (top to bottom, left to right):

A Romantic Southern Wedding: Mary + Dan

In September of 2016, Mary and Dan celebrated their marriage at Warrenwood Manor in a stately southern affair.  Throughout the event charming, romantic touches brought personality to the timeless aesthetic of a blush, navy and white color palette.  Every detail was fitting for this couple.  In front of the cottage, Mary and Dan tied the knot in a ceremony that truly honored their strong religious foundation.  Then they danced the night away in an upbeat barn reception.  This sweet couple perfectly balanced fun and faith on their special day!

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Wedding Photos

Warrenwood Manor - Central Kentucky Wedding Venue
Sweetheart cut wedding dress with illustion neck and lace details in Warrenwood Bridal Suite
Classic gold wedding rings on white rose
Gold Bridal Accessories
Bridal Party in Floral Rompers at Warrenwood Manor
Bride in sweetheart cut wedding dress with illusion neck
Classic bridal hair and makeup
Classic bridal hair and makeup
Bridal Party in mismatched blush dresses
Bride at Warrenwood Manor farm wedding
Bridal Party in flowy blush dresses with garden bouquets
Bridal Party in flowy blush dresses with garden bouquets
Bridal Portrait with ivory and greenery bouquet at Warrenwood Manor
Groom getting ready for wedding at Warrenwood Manor, a central Kentucky wedding venue
Groom's accessories bring personality to his wedding day at Warrenwood
Groom with his groomsmen dressed in navy and white
Crazy socks worn by Groomsmen at charming southern estate wedding
Classy southern groomsmen in navy and white for estate wedding
Classic Southern Groom in Navy and white with polka dot bow tie
Classic Southern Groom in Navy and white with polka dot bow tie
Classic Southern Groom in Navy and white with polka dot bow tie
Bride & Groom before ceremony at Warrenwood Manor
Prayer before classic southern wedding ceremony
Timelessly Romantic Southern Wedding at Warrenwood Manor
Guestbook Table with Kentucky shaped wooden guestbook
Sime & Timeless Wedding Program
Timeless Southern Flower Girls with floral crowns
Bride & her father walk to timeless southern ceremony
Bride & her father walk down aisle of timeless southern ceremony
Blush, Navy & White wedding ceremony at Warrenwood Manor
Timelessly Romantic Southern Wedding Ceremony of Navy, Blush and White
Timelessly Romantic Southern Wedding Ceremony of Navy, Blush and White
Charming Southern Wedding with wood aisle signs
Timelessly Romantic Southern Wedding Ceremony of Navy, Blush and White
Timelessly Romantic Southern Wedding Ceremony of Navy, Blush and White
Timelessly Romantic Southern Wedding Ceremony of Navy, Blush and White
Timelessly Southern Couple at Warrenwood Manor wedding ceremony
Charming Southern Wedding Party at Warrenwood Manor. Blush, Navy & White wedding attire.
Dog with eucalyptus colar for the wedding at Warrenwood Manor
Historic Southern Estate Wedding at Warrenwood Manor in Kentucky
Timelessly Romantic Southern Bride & Groom
Timelessly Romantic Southern Bride & Groom
Timelessly Romantic Southern Bride & Groom
Timelessly Romantic Southern Bride & Groom at farm wedding
Timelessly Romantic Southern Bride & Groom
Timelessly Romantic Southern Bride & Groom
Bud vase centerpieces with white florals and eucalyptus at southern barn wedding
Head Table at Classy Southern Barn Wedding
Bud vase centerpieces with white florals and eucalyptus at classy southern barn wedding
Layered naked cake on ivory cake stand with ivory ranuculus on top
Bride & Groom cut cake at classy southern barn wedding at Warrenwood Manor
Bride & Groom cut cake at classy southern barn wedding at Warrenwood Manor
First Dance as Mr. & Mrs. at barn reception at Warrenwood Manor in Kentucky
Barn reception at Warrenwood Manor in Kentucky
Sparkler Sendoff from Timelessly Romatic Southern wedding at Warrenwood Manor

Do you want to have your wedding at Warrenwood Manor?  We’re now booking events for 2018!  Check out our website for more information then contact us to arrange a tour.

A Rustic Country Farm Wedding | Kaylon + John

Kaylon and John’s summer wedding was just so perfect I can’t even explain it!  Kaylon knew exactly what she wanted for her big day from the very beginning and she made it happen in a big way. It was so awesome to see so many great people come together to make this wedding special. Really, the best part of my job is getting to know couples, their friends, and family. I loved working with Kaylon and John and getting to know those who love them most was a true joy! From their cowboy boots to their sparkler send off, this rustic farm wedding was just perfection from beginning to end!

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Casual coral bridesmaid dress hanging in the Warrenwood Bridal Suite
Wedding dress hanging in historic Warrenwood Manor
Bridesmaids boots for a rustic country wedding at Warrenwood Manor, a central Kentucky wedding venue.
Photo of Bride's accessories in Warrenwood Bridal Suite
Bride getting ready in bridal suite at Warrenwood Manor
Bridal party in monogrammed button downs and leggings
Rustic Country bridal party in cowboy boots and coral dresses
Rustic country bridal party portrait at farm wedding in central Kentucky
Bridal Portrait with southern charm and rustic elegance at Warrenwood Manor, a Kentucky wedding venue.
Bride dressed in a sweetheart cut mermaid dress with soft airy veil
Country Rustic Bride in mermaid dress train in historic Warrenwood Manor, a Kentucky wedding venue.
Country Rustic Bride in mermaid dress train in historic Warrenwood Manor, a Kentucky wedding venue.
Country Rustic Bride in mermaid dress with train during farm wedding in central Kentucky
Country rustic bridal bouquet of baby's breath, coral roses and coral gerber daisies with burlap wrap
Rustic country flower girl and ring bearer at Warrenwood Manor wedding
Southern charm groom dressed in light khaki with light blue tie and gerber daisy boutonniere
Southern rustic charm groomsmen in light khaki suits at Warrenwood Manor
Groom dressed for southern rustic country wedding in central Kentucky
Rustic country wedding party in coral, khaki and blue
Outdoor rustic country wedding ceremony in the back yard at Warrenwood Manor with bourbon barrels
Daisies and baby's breath in mason jar on shepard's hooks for aisle at rustic country outdoor wedding
Rustic country alter table at Warrenwood Manor outdoor farm ceremony
Rustic country outdoor ceremony at Warrenwood Manor, a Kentucky wedding venue.
Rustic country outdoor ceremony at Warrenwood Manor, a Kentucky wedding venue.
Rustic country outdoor ceremony at Warrenwood Manor, a Kentucky wedding venue.
Rustic country outdoor ceremony at Warrenwood Manor, a Kentucky wedding venue.
Rustic Country Bride & Groom in Warrenwood Manor barn
Rustic Country Bride & Groom portrait in front of historic rural estate, Warrenwood Manor
Rustic Country Bride & Groom portrait at historic rural estate, Warrenwood Manor
Rustic Country Bride & Groom portrait in historic mansion on rural Kentucky estate, Warrenwood Manor
Kentucky barn wedding venue
Rustic country barn wedding reception at Kentucky wedding venue
First dance at rustic country barn wedding reception
Wedding decor- mason jar glasses for wedding reception
Rustic country table setting with wood table numbers and baby'sbreath in blue mason jars at Warrenwood Manor barn
Bouquet toss at rustic country wedding at Warrenwood Manor, a Kentucky wedding venue.
Cake cutting at rustic country wedding reception
Sparkler sendoff from rustic country barn wedding at Warrenwood Manor

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Blogworthy Warrenwood Weddings

We’ve been blessed to have some amazing photographers and videographers shoot weddings at Warrenwood Manor.  Each has their own style and personality.  I love to see the variety of settings, lighting, poses and content photographers choose to capture the essence of a wedding day.  A great way to get a feel for the work of a photographer is to check out their online portfolio and blog.  Here, we have shared blog posts in which photographers showcase their work from Warrenwood Manor.  Enjoy!

Leah Barry Photography: Mary + Dan

Dapper Southern Groomsmen, Photo by Leah Barry Photography

Rainwater Photography: Kaylon + John

Southern charm bride & groom in entry hall of Warrenwood Manor, Photo by Rainwater Photography

Cassie Lopez Photography:

Olivia + Bryan, Megan + Jason, Megan + Ron and Stacey + Christian

Bride & Groom at summer farm wedding, Photo by Cassie Lopez Photography

Sarah Katherine Davis Photography: Annmarie + Ethan

Bride & Groom in Green Pasture at Warrenwood Manor, Photo by Sarah Katherine Davis Photography

Lindsey McDonald Photography: Shelby + John

Engagement photos in the snow at Warrenwood Manor, Photo by Lindsey McDonald Photography

Love + Lenses : Ben + Alex

Sparkler photo with happy grooms, Photo by Love & Lenses Photography

Honey Heart Photography:  Lisa + Dave

Kentucky summer estate wedding, Photo by Honey Heart Photography

Kevin & Anna Photography:

Heather + Anthony Wedding and Engagement Pictures

Wedding dress hanging in the Warrenwood Manor Bridal Suite, Photo by Kevin & Anna Photography

Wes Brown Photography: Michelle + David and

Emily + Lee Engagement & Wedding Preparations

Couple's Portrait at spring farm wedding, Photo by Wes Brown Photography

Carl S. Miller Wedding Films: Ben + Alex

Couple Hold Hands After Warrenwood Ceremony, Photo by Carl S. Miller Wedding Films

Scott Hayes Productions: Erica + Sam

First look before rustic bohemian outdoor ceremony at Warrenwood Manor, Photo by Scott Hayes Productions

A note to photographers and videographers who have worked at Warrenwood Manor: 

We couldn’t promote our business the way we do without the use of your amazing photos and videos.  We are forever thankful for your generosity and willingness to share.  I’m sure we have accidentally left someone off this list of blogs so we encourage any photographer/videographer to comment below with a link to your Warrenwood Manor work. We’d love to promote and share your work!

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