Sunday, July 27, 2014

Miss B the Bride to Bee!

Many of you probably first met my daughter, Miss B, when I wrote about her journeys in Europe during her semester abroad.  Miss B Goes to Paris was a two part series in 2009.  Well Miss B has been busy since graduating with her undergraduate Bachelors degree, she has graduated law school 
and passed not one but two state bar exams!
We were delighted when she announced she was engaged this summer!
As you can imagine, we are in full wedding planning mode
for the upcoming nuptials in September, 2015.

I will share the journey of this Kentucky wedding
with you in my posts.
First up is our visit to My Old Kentucky Home
as a possible site location this past week.
The home itself is not available for events,
however, they have a lovely Visitors Center
With a great hall inside large enough to seat 200 and
outside an open air plaza and column rotunda 
which leads you down the sidewalk to a 
covered pavilion for rentals.
You can see from the blue sky it was
a beautiful day in Kentucky, 
with temps only in the upper 70s,
which is a rare occurrence in late July.
 The shadows are heavy on my photos
but you can see from below inside
the pavilion are white iron love seats!

The grounds are well manicured and landscaped
including statuary and water garden features
My Old Kentucky Home is located in Bardstown, KY
which is about a thirty minute drive outside 
Louisville, Kentucky.

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12 comments:

  1. Love Kentucky! Sheila from My Kentucky Living

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  2. That is such a pretty place, and I'd love some of those cool temps right now! :) Congrats to your daughter!

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    1. Me too I could take summers like this from now on!

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  3. Congratulations to your girl...and to you and your sweetie on getting a new son in law...:)

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  4. That looks like a magical place for a wedding! Congrats for all her accomplishments. I know you are so proud.

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  5. This would be a great place for a wedding.

    Congrats to BTW

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  6. Congratulations on your daughter graduating law school and then plans are being made for her wedding. Bright future ahead and I wish you and your family much happiness.
    JM, Illinois

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