Tiny Weddings Kentucky extends to fall

Jaclyn Journey Weddings, Bella Grace Studios offer premium wedding packages ideal for social distancing

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Due to popular demand, the team behind Tiny Weddings Kentucky is extending its date offerings into the fall.

Jaclyn Journey of Jaclyn Journey Weddings and Josh Merideth of Bella Grace Studios are offering Tiny Weddings on Sept. 19 and Oct. 24 at Oxmoor Farm and on Sept. 26 at Ashbourne Farms. Initially, the region’s premier wedding designer and photographer teamed up to offer luxurious, intimate weddings over the summer.

The “tiny” weddings include venue, photographer, ceremony arch, officiant, florals, musician, champagne toast, cake, service, accommodations for the couple at the Omni Louisville Hotel, ceremony seating for 25-30 guests, and coordination. The all-inclusive packages are $10,000 and can be expanded to include custom stationery, cocktails, and guest keepsakes. Vendors selected for the Tiny Weddings package represent the very best in their field. Couples wanting more information can visit tinyweddingsky.com.

“We witnessed great interest with our summer Tiny Weddings,” said Jaclyn Journey. “Fall is a beautiful time to get married, particularly at two of Kentucky’s most beautiful, historic venues – Ashbourne Farms and Oxmoor Farm.”

As the creative force behind both Jaclyn Journey Weddings and Journey + Jacobs Design, Jaclyn Journey has spent the last decade designing weddings and interiors large and small. She is also an accomplished floral designer. Southern Living named Journey the top wedding planner in Kentucky. Her work has been featured in Martha Stewart WeddingsGlamour, Southern Weddings, StyleMePretty, and many regional news outlets

Josh Merideth leads Bella Grace Studios and has been named “the most sought-after photographer in the South” by Weddings Unveiled Magazine and has photographed over 500 weddings. He is a fine art wedding photographer with 500 weddings of experience.