You may not think Kentucky when you think destination wedding, but think again! September 18, 2016, was a quintessential Kentucky day for Lisa and Dave’s intimate, southern wedding with 25 of their closest family and friends.

When considering what venue to book, Lisa stated: “As an out-of-towner planning a destination wedding in the state I grew up in, I chose Warrenwood Manor for the beauty of the location. All of my east coast guests will forever remember Kentucky as one of the most beautiful places they’ve been.”

Serving as the venue, wedding planner, and event stylist, Warrenwood Manor offered the perfect backdrop of beautiful farmland for the couple. They said, “Lisa and Dave were an absolute dream to work with! Straight from New York City, the happy couple fully embraced Kentucky traditions serving a wonderful Kentucky themed menu complete with mini hot browns, southern staples, and sweets from Kentucky chocolatiers. Of course bourbon was served, accompanied by an excellent selection of craft beer from local favorites such as West Sixth and Country Boy.”

They also said that they loved “that Lisa chose an all white color palette for the ceremony, but added brilliant pops of fuchsia to liven up the reception. Doug Smith Designs + Events went above and beyond to create the classic, souther wedding Lisa envisioned.”

Watch their beautiful video here:

Lisa + David from Anne Helen Evans on Vimeo.


Ceremony and Reception Venue: Warrenwood Manor
Photography: Honey Heart Photography
Wedding Planning and Styling: Warrenwood Manor
Videography: Anne Helen Evans Photography & Videography
Caterer: Sassy Spoon Catering
Cake: Sweets by Cindy
Florals: Doug Smith Designs + Events
Hair and Makeup: Emma Eliza Makeup Artistry and Esthetics
Officiant: Reverend Jeff Eller, KY Minister
Rentals: Bryant’s Rent All
Accommodations: Wilderness Road Guest House
Transportation: Gold Shield Transportation
Favors: Ruth Hunt Candies and Old Kentucky Chocolates

To see more of Lisa and Dave’s lovely Kentucky wedding, pick up a copy of Volume 2!