Mr. and Mrs. Lowrie | Williamsburg, Kentucky | Kentucky Wedding Photographer

I can't say enough good things about this wedding. I'm so excited for this blog post!!!

Jacob, Kassey and both their families welcomed my second shooter Emily and I to the precious town of Williamsburg, KY. The town and their entire day was filled with such a sweet southern charm. All throughout the day, they made us feel at home and checked up on us to make sure we had everything we needed. They are some of the kindest, most genuine people I've ever worked with. 

And I'm so thankful for the beautiful example of love these two are, between one another and the people that surround them. From first meeting them at their engagement session, to photographing them during their wedding day, nothing - absolutely nothing - got in the way of their love for one another. 

And they are one of the most fun couples I have ever worked with too! During their reception, Jacob and Kassey came over and grabbed us to come dance. She texted me later during the night and said "It was so much fun cutting a rug with y'all on the dance floor tonight!" and thanked me for spending the day with them. They were so thoughtful all day long and I walked away feeling like family!

Thank you, Jacob and Kassey for picking me as your photographer and allowing me to photograph this special time for you! Your day was one of my favorite weddings to date and I'm so excited to finally share the images! 

The vendors who made this day possible are listed below the images.

Thanks for reading, y'all!



Special thanks to all these amazing vendors who made Jacob and Kassey's day possible, and so so beautiful! 

Ceremony Venue: First Baptist Church Williamsburg, KY

Reception Venue: Williamsburg Civic Center

Planner: Connie Jackson & Chase Steely

Flowers and design: Chase Mosko Design

Hair: Sara Branson

Caterer: David’s Steak House

Cake: Janet Logan

Dress: White Lace and Promises, Knoxville, TN

Videographer/DJ: Chase Scott

Second photographer: Emily Mae Photography

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