Real louisville Weddings 

 

Eleanor & Aaron

Sarah Katherine Davis Photography at Locust GroveThe Ice House, Louisville, Kentucky

Our most detailed bride yet, Eleanor planned everything to a tee. The details were perfect; the couple had the cutest neon sign with their initials and their cake topper was from her grandparents wedding. She even had sleeves added onto her dress to make it exctly what she wanted. I also love that Eleanor sourced all of her own vases and dried the flowers post-wedding.  

Additional Vendors: Kristin Hatten Howell Floristry, Rebecca's Wedding Boutique, Michaela Frances Artistry, The Beauty Patrol,  Yancey Entertainment Service, Crushed Ice Catering, Megan Thorne Fine Jewels & Stuller, Inc.via EAT Gallery, Sweet Surrender Dessert Cafe, Miller Transportation, Southern Classic Rental, Magbooth Top Secret Headquarters.

 

Breah & Harris

Joy Monet Photography at Limestone Hall, Lexington, Kentucky

Glamourous, romantic and just the right amount of sparkle: Breah and Harris' wedding at Limestone Hall was one for the books. We especially loved the timeless details the couple selected and their heartfelt, handwritten vows. They were married by their pastor. 

Additional Vendors: Type A Catering, Purdon's Rental, Tinkers Cake Shop, Background Beats , Hair by Peyton Gibson & Toast Wedding Films

 

Mallory & DaNiel

Kirsten Butler Photography at The Olmsted, Louisville, Kentucky

Mallory and Daniel had the best speeches I have ever heard from her parents. Her mom wrote a poem about her, and then her dad told them about a dream that the had about Mallory and Daniel sitting on a bench when they are in their olden years and a little bird coming to sit with them. Her dad is the bird because he will always be there for them. Not a dry eye in the house. Mallory surprised Daniel with a Steelers grooms cake, they danced the hora, and even had a donut wall built by Mallory's stepdad. What an amazing night.

Additional Vendors:  Masterson's CateringIn Bloom AgainSweet Stuff in New AlbanyMusic in MotionCarley BrooksThe Black TuxGenesis DiamondsMinted  & Extreme Transportation.

 

Alaina & Brian

Brandi Potter Photography at Third Turn Brewing & Oldham Gardens, Louisville, Kentucky

Alaina picked her flowers from the flower garden they grew on the vacant lot next to their house and designed her own arrangements. Talk about dreamy DIY. Last minute, their officiant couldn’t make it and they had to get a backup friend ordained the day before; the ceremony went off without a hitch and couldn't have been more splendid. Most impressive: Her sister made her wedding dress by hand.

Additional Vendors: Janet Weeden HairMichaela Frances Artistry & Travel the Trail Transportation

Rehearsal & Rehearsal Dinner: Mahonia & Joellas.

 

Anna & Justin

Sarah Katherine Davis Photography at Caldwell Chapel & The Gramercy, Louisville, Kentucky

Anna and Justin had an amazing reception. It was truly the kind of event happy memories are made of. Anna's uncle's music played for guests during cocktail hour and the couple personally greeted each guest despite their expansive numbers. They did a cool fraternity dance and both of Anna's sisters gave sweet speeches poking fun at the bride. 

Additional Vendors: Masterson’s Catering & Old Towne LiquorState and ArrowMerts Cakes, Triangle TalentFenley StudioPapersourceRebecca's Boutique, The Black Tux, Royal Fine Jewelers & Picture Perfect Photobooth.

 

Victoria & Alan

Joy Monet Photography at The Livery, Lexington, Kentucky

Victoria was such a fun bride to work with! She and Alan had their little girl, Mia, be part of the ceremony which was so special. Talk about a vendor dream team: Not only was the wedding gorgeous, but they hired some of our favorite faces in the industry to work with.

Additional Vendors: Dupree Catering, Three Toads FarmsKentucky Pro DJBlush and Glow Lex & Twirl Boutique.

Rentals: Bryants https://www.bryantsrentall.com/ 

Jennifer and jody

A Wave of the Wand at The Signature Club, Lexington, Kentucky

Jennifer and Jody were such a fun-loving couple to work with. They took dance lessons to get their First Dance right and had corn hole on the balcony after the ceremony to keep guests entertained. the weather held off for us even with a dark cloud looming in the background, but you can't tell from their photos!

Additional Vendors: Selma's Catering, The Bride's Assistant Florals, RipTide EntertainmentBlushing Beauty Salon & Sweet Lee's Bakery.

Rentals: Bryants https://www.bryantsrentall.com/ 

Lauren and scott

Morgan Worley Photography at Hazelnut Farms Louisville, Kentucky

Lauren and Scott are such a beautiful and kind-hearted couple. They had a ton of friends and family to support them on their big day and it was an honor to get to be a part of the fun. Lauren's dad was also a part of the planning process and had some tricks up his sleeve from a cute cigar bar on the patio to putting together a video compilation of well wishes from those who couldn't make it due to COVID. Their date changed due to COVID but their guests still had a blast.

Additional Vendors: Kinglsey's Catering, Blue Ribbon Blooms, Party Zone, Grits and SoulBlooming Stones Carrie Lentz Makeup, Style Lounge Studio & Adrienne's.

Rentals: Bryants https://www.bryantsrentall.com/ 

behind the name: Hummingbird Page

I named my company, Hummingbird Page Event Co. in honor of my grandfather, Harold Page, who owned an event rental and design company many years in Louisville. “Poppy” was an avid musician and played in a small band with friends in their older years. They affectionately referred to their band as the Hummingbird’s because they so commonly forgot the lyrics that they ended up humming along to the songs. It’s that same joy and lightheartedness that we carry with us throughout our work. Photo: Dolores and Harold Page, 1955.

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