Kaylyn and Ethan’s wedding day was filled with southern class and rustic charm. They opted for a barn ceremony followed by a reception in the house and on the back porch. It was a beautiful summer day with every event detail planned out just the way they wanted it.
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!
I love weddings. I also love my friends. So when my good friend, Erin, decided to have her wedding at Warrenwood, it put me on cloud nine! Erin and I worked together for years in corporate marketing with our offices side-by-side. I knew her wedding would be fabulous, but she and her now husband, Scott, really brought their “A” game. On September 12, 2015, Erin and Scott held their ceremony and reception in the barn at Warrenwood Manor. It was a soft, southern, chic and glamorous event with beautiful florals and a garden wedding vibe. I love this wedding and I know you will too!
I usually have a lot to say about every Warrenwood wedding, but the wedding of Lisa & David left me speechless. So instead of babbling on about how sweet this couple is, how cute their love is, how classically beautiful their southern event was, how tasty their Kentucky proud menu was, how fun their guests where and how cute their dog is, I’ll let the bride and these beautiful photos speak for themselves.
“As an out-of-towner planning a destination wedding in the state I grew up in, I initially chose Warrenwood for the beauty of the location. The photos ended up looking like a magazine spread – overwhelmingly pretty. All of my east coast guests will forever remember KY as one of the most beautiful places they’ve been.”