1 This sweet ride was parked outside of the wedding venue, a hotel and modern art museum.
2 If you look up close it's covered in glass beads.
3 Here's Genevieve setting up our stationery shot. We took our pictures in one of the side galleries of the museum, and we were a bit of an exhibit of our own.
4 These side galleries were used to stage all of the reception tables. During cocktail hour they were brought back to the same room where the ceremony took place.
5 The mini bottles of Maker's Mark came in cute boxes.
6 Tags were added around the neck of each, sporting the couple's initials and the date.
7 Trays were set out to hold the favors, with a quote that read: "Once, during Prohibition, I was forced to live for days on nothing but food and water."
8 Large signs were printed and cut out to hang on the bars offering signature bourbon cocktails.
9 A view of the main ceremony/reception area before the big day.
10 Glasses from Dwell Studio held votive candles. They reflected a warm glow and added a fun geometric pattern to the cocktail tables.
11 I loved the mix of flowers in the bride's bouquet.
12 A sea of escort cards, anchored by a large arrangement made in a vase from Dwell Studio.
13 An eagle eye view of the ceremony, from the balcony above.
14 A closer look at the awesome sculpture that hung in the room.
15 Here, Genevieve and I stand in for the happy couple, who shortly after this pic was snapped took portraits outside with the mylar X and O balloons.
16 Just an example of scale. The mini favor bottles and the full normal bottles that were on the bar.
17 After the wedding, Genevieve and I stayed for the day to explore the sights of Louisville. We got to check out this cool antiques store.
18 I loved all the signage at this old candy store.
19 Here's another look at the exterior.
20 And a look inside (it was closed, sadly).
21 We had dinner at a pizza place called Garage Bar. It used to be an old gas station.
22 The scene was nice, with picnic tables and astro turf furniture.
23 They have an art installation where cars gradually crash. Scary at first for sure...
24 Ping pong tables have nets anchored by vintage rear view mirrors.
25 The kiddos who came to the wedding got mini Louisville Slugger bat keychains. Just down the street is the factory, where a massive bat sits in front of the building.
26 Many of the buildings on Main street are architecturally quite interesting. I loved this turret.
27 The IMAX building was pretty colorful.
28 Quite a few of the facades are being preserved, with new construction being done right behind them.
29 The trash cans were kinda charming.
30 I hadn't seen a bike rack like this before.
31 Here's a view from the street of the wedding venue, 21C. Their signature penguins adorn the roof of the penthouse.
32 There's an art installation of suitcases outside of the hotel's entrance. I jokingly tried to lift one of these cement trunks, to no avail.
33 Another David was present the entire weekend of Megan and David's wedding. This golden statue was perched on the corner, in the wedding's signature gold hue!