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Historic Gratz Park is a beautiful location for an outdoor ceremony downtown. Especially for this bride who grew up on Bell Court but now lives in NYC.
Bodley Bullock House, next door to Gratz Park, is easy walking distance for guests and has a wonderful history for guests to enjoy while the wedding party finishes pictures.
Beautiful florals by Erica Svec at Hide & Seek Design graced the day.
Inside the house were areas for a few family tables and food/drink in the dining room. Guests explored the history of the home at their own leisure.
A tent was added in the garden for additional table seating. All rentals came from Events with Design.
Derby glasses were given as favors and added color to the tables. The mother of the bride also put together very special welcome bags for each of the out of town guests.
Gorgeous centerpieces with spring flowers and southern magnolia.
The bride made her own Jam Cake for the wedding, which was a family recipe. (best I have ever tasted..and I don’t even like cake). I couldn’t believe she wanted to do this herself. But it was definitely worth it!
Cake was accented by 8 different kinds of pies from Missy’s Pies.
During cocktail hour, the kids enjoyed an Easter Egg hunt. One lucky boy found the golden egg, which earned him a chocolate bunny from the Bride.
Since amplified music is not allowed at the Bodley Bullock House, an after-party was planned at Belle’s just 2 blocks away.
Dancing in the private room on the 2nd floor of Belles was a wonderful end to the night.
The weekend included a Keeneland outing for out of town guests. We love showing off Kentucky to out of town guests, which came from Korea, New York, California!