Tuesday, November 29, 2011

{DIY Wedding Project} Vintage Embellished Books

Louisville Wedding Blog - DIY Wedding Project - Vintage Embellised Books via Thrifty and Chic
Vintage Embellished Books
Photo by Thrifty and Chic
I love reading books and I especially like looking at those hardbound types. They are also great for decorating, either in a book shelf, on desks, or on tables. I came across this simple craft  on Thrifty and Chic to make vintage embellished books which can make great centerpieces or décor for your vintage wedding.

Supplies and Materials Needed
  • Books
  • Decoupage medium
  • Matching decorative Paper
  • Vintage Accessories

Directions:
  1. Cover the books with the decorative paper. Give priority to the top since that is going to be the side that people see.
    For a distressed look, sand the paper on the edges before your decoupage the paper to the book.
  2. After having the books covered and dried, embellish it with your vintage accessories like drawer pulls, and other scrapbooking embellishments.

Visit Thrifty and Chic to see more of this craft.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Wedding Picks of the Week 11.24.11



Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I’m hoping your day is filled with love, good food, and your dear ones near to you. I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you for visiting our little blog – this blog would not be what it is without you!  As we come to the end of November, I thought I'd give one final farewell nod to the Fall season and great the forthcoming Winter season. Hope your week is starting out beautifully

FALL-in-love Wedding Ideas

WINTER Wonderland Wedding Ideas

Links to LOVE

{Louisville Wedding Venues} Garden Wedding Venues in Louisville

Like almost every state and country, Louisville has its own set of beautiful garden wedding venues for stunning outdoor ceremonies, and even if they don’t advertise themselves as a venue. However, if you are looking for the ultimate in garden weddings, here are a few Louisville wedding venues that will blow your mind with their glorious natural beauty.



The Gardens of Ray Eden is a 15-acre venue situated in Eastern Jefferson County in Louisville Kentucky. This outdoor wedding venue hosts ceremonies and receptions in a forested surrounding and features a beautiful lake area and a wide variety of garden areas. The venue can accommodate up to 475 guests. They have a 40-foot-by-80-foot pergola, or a lattice structure, which is used if it rains during the reception (at an extra charge). You may need to provide your own table, chairs, table cloths, dance floor (if needed), florists and caterer. They will gladly provide you a list of rental facilities and caterers upon request. The Gardens at Ray Eden offer a nice large dressing room for the bride and bridesmaids, as well as an indoor kitchenette and restroom facilities for wedding guests.
13104 Cain Ln
Louisville, KY 40245-2136, United States
(502) 241-9111

Yew Dell Gardens, in the heart of horse country, is a beautiful 33-acre public botanical garden wedding venue in Crestwood, Kentucky. This is a wonderful setting for weddings and other important events. Yew Dell Botanical Gardens can accommodate up to 400 guests. Its artistic, eco-friendly horticultural center has multiple settings for different size weddings and can accommodate both indoor and outdoor wedding ceremonies.
6220 Old LaGrange Road
Crestwood, Kentucky 40014
(502) 241-4788

The Whitehall Mansion is a beautifully restored, 19th century antebellum house and garden wedding venue in Louisville. This mansion offers grandeur, grace and style, making it a perfect setting for your ceremony and reception. The spacious grounds and gardens may be rented for an elegant garden wedding. The Formal Garden is a romantic setting for a garden wedding and can seat approximately 200 guests for an outdoor wedding ceremony. The Garden Terrace, adjacent to the Formal Garden, is both a beautiful and convenient surface for receptions, whether open-air or tented, and can even be the setting for a wedding ceremony. It can seat approximately 350 wedding guests for an open-air or tented reception. Convenient outdoor restroom facilities, fully air-conditioned and heated, are available to guests as part of the rental of the grounds and gardens. As for catering, there is a list of approved caterers for you to choose from. Bands and DJs are permitted outside the Whitehall mansion but must be approved in writing by Whitehall.
3110 Lexington Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40206.
(502) 897-2944

Considered a Historic Landmark on 55-acre grounds of gardens, historic stone walls, fields and woods, Locust Grove is a great venue for a Louisville outdoor Wedding. It welcomes guests to plan outdoor weddings on its grounds but there are some restrictions that do apply. The mansion and other restored buildings are never rented out but weddings may take place on the porch steps. Receptions are limited to the garden areas, the field, and the Visitor Center as long as care is taken not to damage the area. There are also some limitations on decorating, music, food, event timing. etc. The Audubon Room in the Visitors' Center holds approximately 200 people standing; seating depends on how tables and chairs are arranged and how much space is allotted for food service and dance floors. They have tables and chairs that you are welcome to use. There are currently 100 chairs and a number of tables, including two 36" squares; fourteen 8', and four 6' rectangles. The wedding may use any caterer they like.
561 Blankenbaker Lane, Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 897-9845

DuPont Mansion is a beautifully restored mansion. It features carved Italian marble fireplaces, hardwood floors, antique furnishings, crystal chandeliers and charm galore. It has a banquet style dining room, spacious rooms and common areas. This location is able to offer rentals for bridal luncheons, showers, and weddings. You can host your wedding party for up to 50 guests in the outdoor formal gardens or the opulent parlor of the 125 year old mansion. All tables, chairs, linens, crystal, china & silver are provided.  You'll have use of the common areas and the gardens of the Mansion for the entire wedding. If you plan to have your wedding ceremony here, a professional harpist will perform during your ceremony and they will provide a string or jazz trio that can provide a variety of vocals, classical, popular/modern music for light dancing. 
1317 South Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40208.
502-638-0045

Situated on a 300-acre historic site in Louisville and overlooking the Ohio River, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing is a wonderful venue for both outdoor and indoor weddings. You can host your wedding in three areas of the venue, the Riverside Visitors Center, the open-air pavilion and the grounds. The Visitors Center has a capacity for 200 people in its large carpeted auditorium. Rental of the Visitors Center includes use of a catering kitchen, cloakroom, restrooms, 120 chairs, 20 rectangular tables and/or 12 round tables.  Riverside's open-air pavilion offers you to enjoy the beautiful outdoor setting at Riverside while under shelter. The pavilion has a capacity for 200 people standing and features an outdoor fireplace and additional restrooms. For an additional rental fee, Riverside also makes its grounds available to parties renting its Visitors Center.  For catering, you may use one from their list of approved caterers.
Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing
7410 Moorman Road
Louisville, KY 40272
Phone: 502.935.6809
www.riverside-landing.org

The Olmsted is a definite popular spot for a wedding reception in Louisville. It’s park-like grounds of the Masonic Homes in the Saint Matthews/Crescent Hill neighborhoods is a multiple Best of Louisville award winning site. The wedding facility offers both indoor and outdoor space, catering, and even has a dance floor. This historic building offers magnificent architectural details. There are several park-like areas within the facility which are great for pre-nuptial and nuptial photos. Trees line the paved driveways and there are two large open grass areas in the center of the complex. If you plan to have the your wedding in the Olmstead, you have the permission to use the entire facility. Other than the dining and reception area in the building, there is approximately 5 acres of flat landscaped grounds for an outdoor reception and ceremony for your use.
3701 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky 40207,
(502) 899-7670

Garden Court is a seminary in Louisville, located in the old part of St. Matthews. Situated on a fourteen-acre estate, it overlooks Cherokee Park and features formal gardens, colonnade, pool and arbores created by The Olmstead Brothers, son and stepson of Frederick Law Olmstead. This is a great wedding venue on spring, summer and fall seasons. The exterior grounds can accommodate up to 400 grounds seated.
Louisville Seminary
1044 Alta Vista Road, Louisville, KY 40205
(502) 992-0220

Pinecrest Gardens offers a beautiful garden backdrop to those who wish to marry outdoors. The Sculpture Garden is like an ‘outdoor cathedral’, wherein you can be wed under towering 200 year old trees. This is a favorite location for a tent, or, higher on the hill, where tables can be set up inside the tent for your reception. If you choose this venue, the wedding package includes exclusive use of the grounds the day of your wedding and the use of Pinecrest Cottage for your wedding night. You may also have your reception at Pinecrest for no additional charge.
2806 Newburg Road Louisville, KY 40205
(502) 454-3800
 
The Louisville Zoological Garden is a 135-acre zoo in Louisville, situated in the city's Poplar Level neighborhood. It currently exhibits over 1,300 animals in naturalistic and mixed animal settings representing both geographical areas and biomes or habitats. The zoo has several facilities that will be able to accommodate events and festivities. The Oasis Festival Tent that overlooks the lush scenery of the adjacent Waterfowl Lake can accommodate 500 seated guests for a private picnic. The Gheens Room in the Islands Pavilion accommodates up to 150 guests and features a private view of our tropical forest aviary. The African Outpost accommodates up to 200 guests and features lush landscaping, authentic African art, tiki torches on the wrap-around deck. The open-air Hillside Gazebo provides a gorgeous view overlooking Waterfowl Lake and The Islands Exhibit that can accommodate up to 200 guests.
Louisville Zoo
1100 Trevilian Way
Louisville, KY 40213
Phone: (502)459-2181

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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

{DIY Wedding Project} Easy to Do Fall Corn Candle

Louisville Wedding Blog - DIY Wedding Project - Easy to Make Fall Corn Candle via Confessions of a Plate Addict
Photo by Confessions of a Plate Addict
One of my favorite things I like about fall is the great weather: Cool nights and Sunny Days. Anyways, here’s a great fall inspiration I came across over at Confession of a Plate Addict. It’s a fall candle that was actually inspired by a Pottery Barn catalog. It’s a really great idea for a décor on fall wedding, and you can actually also do this for the upcoming Thanksgiving dinner feast. Looks great beside a turkey. =) It’s really easy and simple to do. 

Supplies and Materials Needed
  • Cylindrical candle holder (and candle of course)
  • Miniature corn
  • Rubber Bands
  • Ball of Jute Twine

Directions:
  1. Place a rubber band around the cylinder.
  2. Start adding the corn around the cylinder. Turn the husks up toward the ears of the corn as you place it around the candle holder.
  3. Once your corn are decoratively placed, tie the ears to the cylinder with the twine by winding tightly around several times (to help hide the rubber band).
  4. You can trim some of the husks to give it a more even appearance and to make sure none of the husks are too close to the candle.

To see the complete tutorial head on over to the Confessions of a Plate Addict.

{DIY Wedding Project } Friendsgiving with Baileys

Photo by Alice G. Patterson via The Sweetest Occasion
What’s Friendsigiving, you ask? According to The Sweetest Occassion, Friendsgiving is all about coming together with your friends during the holiday season to celebrate friendship and togetherness. Anyways, because of this simple, edgy and classic look, I think you can also do this DIY project for your wedding centerpieces or for bridal showers.

Supplies and Materials Needed
  • Table Cloth
  • 5 pieces of mismatched glassware as vases
  • Painter's Tape or Electrical Tape
  • Metallic Gold Spray Paint
  • Scissor
  • Roll of plain craft paper
  • 5 Different Sized Books
  • Bottle of Baileys
For this project's directions, head on over to watch the how-to-video at The Sweetest Occasion blog. Enjoy!!!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Wedding Picks of the Week 11.21.11

Photo by Heather Armstrong Photography via Inspired by This

FALL-in-Love Wedding Ideas

Links to LOVE

Real LOUISVILLE Weddings

Wedding VIDEO of the Week
I came across this wedding documentary video style at Austin Wedding Blog that really captured the emotion and excitement of the bride and groom's wedding day. I think I'm starting to like this video style. =)

Suzie and Brandon from TGW Wedding Films on Vimeo.

{Louisville Wedding Venues} Ice House

Louisville Wedding at the Ice House
Photo by David Blair Photography

The Ice House is Louisville's newest full-service event venue which just opened last July 2011. This urban chic event center offers over 12,000 square feet of rentable area which includes the main hall, conference center, the terrace and the rooftop. They can accommodate parties from 50 to 1500. The Ice House offers a variety of services, from linen rental, floral and rental of china to in-house catering services.
Ice House
217 E Main Street,
Louisville, KY
(502) 589-4700
www.icehouselouisville.com

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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

The Importance of Selecting the Right Photographer For Your Wedding

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On a wedding day, a woman's individual style is echoed by her dress, the spot, the flower and each feature of the wedding; so the photography should as well. While choosing a Louisville wedding photographer, one is investing in memories, not just paying for pictures. One can relive such a precious day only through wedding photos, so selecting Louisville wedding photographers is vital. They have the skill to capture the emotions of the day in a creative and artistic way. A wedding photographer realizes the significance of the day and reflects it in his or her photographs. They concentrate on heightening the beauty of such a magnificent day. It is their job and passion to give the bride and groom tangible memories of the happiest day in their marriage.

Wedding photographers are some of the most adored photographers due to their artistic excellence and specialized skills. They excel, as well as take pleasure, in capturing the tender moments that only occur on such an occasion. These photographers capture delighted couple's merriment in such a way as to make them eternal. They are documenting the events of they day, but more importantly the emotion of the guests. The primary focus of a wedding photographer may be the client, but they have to be highly aware of everything that is going on, so as not to miss poignant moment. The photographer must always be on scene, but should blend into the background rather than being the face with the guests. This allows him or her to capture true, candid emotion.

Wedding photographers are well known for their brilliant ways of documenting that action of the day. They are tapped into everything around them, from the dancing children and couples to the table settings. They capture the flowers, rings, table arrays, tears, and giggles, and help them blend together in a cohesive memory. Wedding photographers learn that some of the most powerful moments are captured after the ceremony. They pay special attention to the interactions between people and that is when the true emotion of the day can be found.

Wedding photographers merge ingenuous photography and photo journalism, which brings a professional touch a couples photographs of their wedding day. Hiring a professional photographer makes the difference between photographs that look sloppy and lifeless and photographs that tell a story. It is easy to tell if someone had a good photographer for their wedding when looking at picture. If compared side by side, one would be flat and a simple picture where as the other would have emotions and life jumping of the surface.

We can safely say that wedding photographers are prized for their skill, creativity and intuition. They balance taking whimsical and passionate pictures but in a professional way. They manage their work as if it was their own wedding. They are the masters of their job. Finding a good wedding photographer is an imperative task while planning the big day. It is easy to find an array of photographers through websites, but it takes patience to pick 'the one'. The bride and groom should look through each photographer's portfolio before settling on one person or company.

Chuck Stewart recently researched Louisville wedding photographers for a wedding he is planning. He must hire a local Louisville wedding photographer.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

{DIY Wedding Project} Black and White Vintage Sign

DIY Wedding Project - Words on Wood
Photo via elmstreetlife.com via Renie on Pinterest via A Graceful Life
Beautiful statement isn’t it? I think I fell in love with the words more than the craft. Anyway, I thought this vintage-style sign would make a great idea for an outdoor wedding. It’s really easy to do and you can make this sign in two different ways. You can visit elmstreetlife.com or A Graceful Life for this project. Personally, I’d chose the one over at elmstreetlife.com coz it sounds easier.

Supplies and Materials Needed:
  • A piece of wood or plaque
  • Black Paint
  • Paper and Computer/Printer (to create your selected design outline)
  • Pencil
  • Paint Maker
  • Sand Paper
  • Waterbase sealer (like Mod Podge)
Direction:
  1. Paint your piece of wood or plaque with black paint. Let it dry.
  2. Print out on paper the letters or design you’d like on the wood.
  3. With a pencil, shade the back side of the letters.
  4. Position your lettering onto the sign and tape it down.
  5. With a pen, press down and trace around the outline of the design so it shows up unto the wood.
  6. Take a paint maker and fill in the lettering. You can make several coats as needed.
  7. Once dry, sand the design a bit to make it look more vintage and old. Then take a wet paper towel to clean it up a bit.
  8. Finish off the sign by painting it with a water based sealer to seal it and to give it a little shine.
  9. Once dry, you’re done!

Head on over to elmstreetlife.com for the complete tutorial of this amazing project!

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Wedding Picks of the Week

Once in a while right in the middle of an ordinary life, 
love brings you a fairytale.
Photo by  Smetona Photo via Ever Ours
Hope everyone had a great Halloween! I know it's pretty late to ask you how the spooky weekend went. But better late then never. I was lucky enough to have some time to post again today! 11/11/11. Sounds like an auspicious day right? On a side note, with Thanksgiving approaching quickly, we know that we have so much to be thankful for. Today is Veteran's Day, a day when we pay tribute to those people who have risked their lives to protect this country. Thank you to those who continue to protect us and thank you to those who have protected us in the past.


Happy Long Weekend Everyone!


FALL-in-love wedding ideas...

For a fall wedding, you can have your flower girls carry pumpkins down the aisle.

Autumn gold + foliage as your wedding decor's colors.

Fall harvest seasons colors: shades of peach, apricot and pink, with a bit of fresh green and darker rust colo.

Traditional fall baroque romance inspiration

Great wedding photographs of an autumn wedding in the English countryside

A modern and inviting fall harvest party.


Links-to-LOVE

Mini-bite food ideas for your wedding: mini-meatballs, mini-pigs in mini-blankets, baby caramel apples and more.

It's a gorgeous Twilight-inspired wedding photo shoot.

Stunning 15 non-floral centerpieces that are so gorgeous you won't miss flowers!

As place cards (not as wedding centerpieces), this couple's garden wedding reception had stacks of vintage books with guest's names tucked into them! Such a sweet idea!

So romantic and fanciful this enchanted forest themed wedding.
Great gifts for your winter bridesmaids.

Remember the Royal wedding when they brought trees inside as decor. Here's something for everyone who wants to be inspired with trees for their wedding.

Stunning rustic e-session at Louisville



Real LOUISVILLE Weddings

Gorgeous white tux jackets and stunning bride's gown for a classic wedding at The Olmsted.

Sophisticated autumn wedding at the Historic Seelbach Hotel.

Vibrant florals of this Friday afternoon wedding at the beautiful Gardencourt estate absolutely captured my attention. See the couple's video here.

Handmade fall wedding at the Mellwood Arts Center. This Louisville wedding has some great fall wedding decor!

One photograph that ought to be on a Louisville couple's list is with the Louisville Slugger Bat.

Another great downtown Louisville wedding! The Cathedral of the Assumption does already look stunning even without the wedding decorations. 

In true Louisville fashion, this wonderful wedding celebration started with a rehearsal dinner at Churchill Downs, wedding preparations at the Galt House, wedding ceremony aboard the Belle of Louisville, continued celebration down to 4th Street, and the next morning with the picturesque RIVUE.

Love, love, love the pre-ceremony photos of this wedding. It was taken at Starlight Country Cabin in Indiana. I love the bridesmaid dresses here too!


VIDEO of the week

I love watching videos about proposals! Here's a cute one I saw at Green Wedding Shoes. Now, this is a long-distance proposal! Shows that love can work even with the distance. FIY, the guy, a musician, wrote the song playing in the video for his fiancee. So romantic....

{Louisville Wedding Venues} Louisville Science Center

Louisville Wedding at the Louisville Science Center
Photo by Lizzie Loo Photography
LOUISVILLE SCIENCE CENTER
The Louisville Science Center provides a unique event venue. The Louisville Science Center is a nonprofit educational institution that encourages people of all ages to enjoy science, mathematics and technology in a stimulating and engaging environment that is educational as well as entertaining. For your wedding, you have the option to rent the Riverview Room on the top floor, with its large windows overlooking the Ohio River or include the entire Science Center - with exhibits and IMAX films - for a truly special event.
727 West Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 561 6100

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Friday, November 11, 2011

{Louisville Wedding Venues} Louisville Water Tower

Louisville Wedding at the Water Tower
Photo by Todd Nichols Photography

The Water Tower is home of Louisville's leading contemporary art center, the Louisville Visual Art Association and a historic landmark on the bank of the Ohio River. The 169-foot standpipe tower is designed in a Greek Revival style. The spacious facility provides an elegant setting for parties, wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners,business meetings or an event of your own design. The grounds immediately surrounding the Historic Water Tower are also included with the rental, thus tents and outside activities are allowed for events. There is also ample parking for guests.
Louisville Visual Art Association
3005 River Road
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 896-2146
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{Louisville Wedding Venues} Nunnlea

Louisville Wedding at Nunnlea
Photo by Jules Weigand
Nunnlea is a beautiful historic home built in the the 1850s. Privately owned by a non profit group, the Beautification League of Louisville, this antebellum mansion currently hosts weddings, receptions and parties as well. Nunnlea has beautiful crystal chandeliers and a marble fireplace with the original mantle in every room. It’s high ceilings, tall windows and floors of herringbone patterned oak add to the elegance.
1940 South Hurstbourne Parkway 
Louisville, Kentucky 40220
(502) 267-8780 
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{Louisville Wedding Venues} Peterson-Dumesnil House

Louisville Wedding at the Peterson-Dumesnil House
Photo by J Grace Photography
The Peterson-Dumesnil House is a Victorian-Italianate house in the Crescent Hill neighborhood of Louisville. This is one of the remaining large country estates built in the late 19th century to the east of the city. You can rent out both the house and the grounds. This wedding venue is perfect for a smaller outdoor wedding & reception.
301 South Peterson Avenue, Louisville, KY 40206
(502) 895-7975
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{Louisville Wedding Venues} Gardens of Ray Eden

Louisville Wedding at the Gardens of Ray Eden
Photo by Scotty Perry
The Gardens of Ray Eden is a 15-acre venue situated in Eastern Jefferson County in Louisville Kentucky. This outdoor wedding venue hosts ceremonies and receptions in a forested surrounding and features a beautiful lake area and a wide variety of garden areas. The venue can accommodate up to 475 guests.They have a 40-foot-by-80-foot pergola, or a lattice structure, which is used if it rains during the reception (at an extra charge). You may need to provide your own table, chairs, table cloths, dance floor (if needed), florists and caterer. They will gladly provide you a list of rental facilities and caterers upon request. The Gardens at Ray Eden offer a nice large dressing room for the bride and bridesmaids, as well as an indoor kitchenette and restroom facilities for wedding guests.
13104 Cain Ln
Louisville, KY 40245
(502) 241-9111

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{Louisville Wedding Venues} Garden Court

Louisville Wedding at Garden Court
Photography by Courtney Reece

Garden Court is a seminary in Louisville, located in the old part of St. Matthews. Situated on a fourteen-acre estate, it overlooks Cherokee Park and features formal gardens, colonnade, pool and arbores created by The Olmstead Brothers, son and stepson of Frederick Law Olmstead.This is a great wedding venue on spring, summer and fall seasons. The exterior grounds can accommodate up to 400 grounds seated.
Louisville Seminary
1044 Alta Vista Road, Louisville, KY 40205
(502) 992-0220
Click {HERE} to see the full list of Louisville Wedding Venues

{Louisville Wedding Venues} Farnsley-Moreman Landing

Louisville Wedding at the Farnsley-Moreman Landing
Photography by Casey Brook Photography
 
Situated on a 300-acre historic site in Louisville and overlooking the Ohio River, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing is a wonderful venue for both outdoor and indoor weddings. You can host your wedding in three areas of the venue, the Riverside Visitors Center, the open-air pavilion and the grounds. The Visitors Center has a capacity for 200 people in its large carpeted auditorium. Rental of the Visitors Center includes use of a catering kitchen, cloakroom, restrooms, 120 chairs, 20 rectangular tables and/or 12 round tables.  Riverside's open-air pavilion offers you to enjoy the beautiful outdoor setting at Riverside while under shelter. The pavilion has a capacity for 200 people standing and features an outdoor fireplace and additional restrooms. For an additional rental fee, Riverside also makes its grounds available to parties renting its Visitors Center.  For catering, you may use one from their list of approved caterers.
Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing
7410 Moorman Road
Louisville, KY 40272
Phone: 502.935.6809
www.riverside-landing.org

{Louisville Wedding Venues} Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center

Louisville Wedding at the Mellwood Arts Center
Photo by All Angles Photography

The Mellwood Arts Center is just a few minutes from Downtown Louisville or lower Brownsboro Road. They have 3 special event rooms situated in a most interesting environment of artist studios, shops and galleries. It is an outstanding venue for your corporate or private events. You can use any caterer and bring in your own alcohol. The rental time provides a long (8 hour +) set up time and your event time is as long as you need at no extra charge, along with plenty of free parking, tables & chairs, and use of our warming kitchen.
1860 Mellwood Ave
Louisville, KY 40206
Office (502) 895-3650
www.mellwoodartcenter.com


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{Louisville Wedding Venues} Sawyer Hayes Community Center

Louisville Wedding at the Saywer Hayes Community Center
E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park is one of 52 Kentucky State Parks and a recent addition to the park was the Sawyer Hayes Community Center. The community center features a reception hall that can seat up to 250 guests, floor to ceiling windows overlooking the woods, a catering kitchen, front lodge area for relaxing near a large fireplace, and a spacious trellised outdoor terrace that overlooks the natural forested landscape of the park. When choosing this venue, you are welcome to choose the caterer of your choice. This is another great choice for a Louisville outdoor wedding.
Sawyer-Hayes Community Center
3000 Freys Hill Road, Louisville, KY 40241
(502) 429-3280
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