Bradley and Taylor’s wedding was held at the Grand Reserve in downtown Lexington, Kentucky. Taylor looked beautiful in her lace dress. Her girls wore navy dresses and their bouquets were filled with beautiful coral, blush, and white flowers. Bradley and his groomsmen looked dapper in their grey suits and navy ties. Bradley and Taylor shared their first look at Gratz Park in downtown Lexington, Kentucky. The park is beautifully surrounded by gardens and historic homes. It was the perfect place to do all their bridal party photos before the ceremony. Their ceremony was in the distillery district in Lexington, Kentucky inside the Grand Reserve in the Speakeasy room. Their friends and family celebrated as Taylor and Bradley said, “I do.” There reception followed in a large room with bourbon barrel walls and lit bar. It was a romantic evening filled with so much love and joy. We have loved getting to know Taylor and Bradly this year. They are both so sweet and so much fun to be around. Taylor and Bradley are so perfect for each other and we could not be happier for them.
Bradley and Taylor met while working at the student newspaper at Western Kentucky University. They had a class together but never really had the chance to get to know each other. That all changed when Bradley became the copy editor and Taylor became the news editor of the newspaper. Taylor and Bradley started working a lot together and became really great friends. One night they decided to go and see the movie Insidious since they both loved horror movies. After the movie, they talked for hours discovering how much they have in common. After graduation Taylor and Bradley moved to New York. One day Taylor met up with Bradley at Madison Square Park. They met near one of Taylor’s favorite spots by the dog park so that Bradley could surprise Taylor with a romantic date night. They walked to Taylor’s favorite restaurant for an amazing dinner and then went to Brooklyn for some ice cream at the cutest little spot near the Brooklyn Bridge. Afterwards, they walked through Brooklyn Bridge Park. Bradley picked the perfect spot where you could see the Manhattan skyline and the Brooklyn Bridge in the background. He got down on one knee and asked Taylor if she would marry him. Of course, she said yes! We feel so honored that Taylor and Bradley chose us to capture their special day. We wish them many years of love, happiness, and adventure. Make sure to visit the bottom of the page to see all the amazing vendors who helped make their day so special.
Wedding Venue and Catering: The Grand Reserve
Planner and Florist: Deana with DC Blooms
Photobooth: Bluegrass Photo Booth
Cake: The Sugar Forest
DJ: Clear Pro DJ
Bride’s Dress: Meant to Be Boutique
Makeup: Ashlee Rexroth
Hair: Kelli Marshall
Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal
Groomsmen Attire: Men’s Wearhouse
Videographer: X-Rea Productions
Wedding Photography by Kevin and Anna Photography