Don & Tasha's fall-time wedding was held at Oscar-Getz Whiskey Museum in Bardstown, Ky which is about  an hour from Louisville. The ceremony was in the cute, quaint Oscar-Getz Chapel, located within the same building. The reception was held on the top floor. 

Without a doubt, we enjoyed the feel of Oscar-Getz. The history contained in the museum brought with it a sense of being immersed in a past of mystique and controversy--controversy because of the prohibition documents displayed, some with passionate emotional arguments and yet another with a depiction of a happy, stable planet, if "only we could rid it of alcohol". 

Out of curiosity Jeff asked what the oldest bottle of bourbon was in Oscar-Getz. Surprisingly, it was one from nearly 1800, still with some bourbon in the bottle, no doubt enjoyed several times throughout the past 200 years.  

If you're looking for a venue for your Kentucky wedding, you can find the website for Oscar-Getz at http://www.whiskeymuseum.com/.

Enjoy some of the pictures!

Jeff & Michele | Louisville Wedding Photographers


Don, the groom, sees his bride, Tasha for the first time in her dress and begins to walk towards her to lovingly embrace.
Bride and groom embrace during their first look outside Oscar-Getz
Tasha, the bride in her beautiful, white wedding dress, walks towards her groom, Don.
Bride and groom kissing outside Oscar-Getz Museum of Whiskey History during their Bardstown, Ky wedding
Bride and groom lovingly embrace and talk during first look
Photography of groom smiling outside of Oscar-Getz during Bardstown, Kentucky wedding.
Photograph of Bride outside Oscar-Getz during Kentucky Wedding in Bardstown
Schedule for wedding at Bardstown, Kentucky's Oscar-Getz
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Updated on January 4 at 7:06 PM.

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