Michelle & David's Frazer Museum Wedding

January 1, 2020

Hero image = Jesse and Ian, images below are Michelle and David

David and Michele's rooftop wedding at the Frazier Museum in Louisville, Kentucky was nothing short of spectacular! The couple's main goal of the day was to have their closest friends and family present to share in their special day, and they achieved that goal in style.

The rooftop ceremony was a breathtaking affair, with the stunning view of Louisville providing the perfect backdrop for the couple's nuptials. The sun shone down, casting a warm glow on the happy couple and their guests, as they exchanged vows and rings.

After the ceremony, the party moved to the First Floor Great Hall for the reception. The space was tastefully decorated with elegant table settings, floral centerpieces and candlelight, creating a romantic and intimate atmosphere. Guests were treated to a delicious meal and full service bar, with the food and drink options carefully chosen to please everyone's palates.

As the night wore on, the dance floor heated up, with guests of all ages taking to the floor to celebrate the newlyweds. The music was fantastic, and the energy in the room was electric, as everyone danced the night away.

As the night drew to a close, the newlywed couple made their way to a sleek stretch limousine waiting outside the venue. The couple climbed inside, waving to their cheering guests as they rode off into the night, beginning their journey together as husband and wife. 

Congratulations, David and Michele, on a truly fantastic wedding!

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