Madi and Joe’s wedding was at the Butcher Town Pointe in Louisville, Kentucky. Madi looked gorgeous in her lace wedding dress. Her bridesmaids wore long red dresses, and their bouquets were filled with peach, red, pink, and purple flowers. Joe and his groomsmen looked handsome in their navy suits and red ties. Madi and Joe were married inside the Atrium at the Pointe with a beautiful greenery backdrop. Their reception followed down the hall in the Barrell Room. The tables were decorated with navy tablecloths, gold plates, tall floral arrangements, and lanterns. Madi and Joe danced the night away, surrounded by their family and friends. We had so much fun getting to know Madi and Joe this past year and capturing this part of their love story.
Madi and Joe met senior year of undergrad. A few years later they reconnected on New Years’. Their first official date was on Joe’s birthday weekend in January of 2018. Madi and Joe went to Saul Good Restaurant and met up with friends to watch a UK basketball game. Joe knew he wanted to spend the rest of his life with Madi. So on a trip to Fort Lauderdale in October, they planned for a small getaway. During the trip, Madi and Joe planned to eat at a restaurant on the beach called Aruba Beach Cafe. Before going in, Joe suggested they take some photos on the beach in their nice clothes. Joe asked a random stranger to take the photo. He then got down on one knee and asked Madi to marry him. We are so happy for Madi and Joe and wish them a lifetime of love, happiness, and adventure.
Wedding Venue: The Pointe, Louisville
Florist: J’Petals, Henderson, KY
Cake and Catering: Michaelis Events
DJ and Photo Booth: Complete Weddings and Events
Bride’s Dress/Jewelry and Groomsmen Attire: Ella Park Bridal (Newburgh, IN) Made by Madi Lane
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Lulu’s
Greenery wall/backdrop: The Blooming Stones
Makeup: The Beauty Patrol, Kenzie
Hair: Fringe Hair Salon (Evansville , IN- owned by family and cousin is Bridesmaid and is doing Bride’s hair)
Wedding Photography by Kevin and Anna Photography