Classic Wedding with Louisville Charm
When Rachel Gough and David Klein first met, they were complete opposites. In fact, it took six years before the two friends saw the romantic side of one another. But after a year of dating, David proposed to Rachel while on a walk in a local park, and as the old adage goes, the rest was history.
For a personalized touch, the couple’s logo was at the top of their blush colored invitations.
The Bride’s Bouquet
Hide and Seek Design created rustic floral arrangements for the bride and bridesmaids' bouquets.
Rachel wore a stunning sleeveless gown designed by Maggie Sottero. For a personal touch, the bride showcased her gown with a personalized dress hanger monogrammed with her new last name.
The bridesmaids wore soft pink, strapless gowns from Dessy, and carried bouquets of pink and white flowers.
The Flower Girl
During the ceremony, the bride’s flower girl wore a delicate flower crown loosely tied with ribbon.
The Groom’s Tuxedo
The groom sported a steel grey tuxedo, accented with a crisp white bowtie and pocket square.
Rachel and David chose to have their wedding ceremony in historic downtown Louisville at St. John United Church of Christ.
The reception took place at The Henry Clay historic building, where tables were decorated with elegant hydrangea and rose bouquets in antique silver bowls, adding a traditional Southern touch.
Reception Place Cards
For the dinner reception, guests were directed to their seating assignment with pastel pink place cards.
“I loved the centerpieces at our reception—golden trees with intricately threaded flowers and hanging candles in glass bowls, designed by Lauren Chitwood”
The Wedding Cake
Whimsical icing and blush colored flowers added a delicate touch to the bride’s cake, made by Sweet Surrender. Instead of using a traditional bride and groom topper, the couple opted for a scripted Mr. & Mrs.
The Bride and Groom’s Table
During the dinner reception, Rachel and David sat in upholstered wingback chairs where they could easily see all of their friends and family.