Thank you so much to Sydney O'Bryan for all the work to put together the Louisville Palace Wedding Show! We had a great time and there were TONS of brides and reluctant grooms. It's so funny to watch the guys hang back, standing a half step behind their bride-to-be.
Here are a few photos. It was an amazing show in such a beautiful, historic place. Lucky to have been asked to join in.
We are participating in our first Bridal Show at the historic Louisville Palace on Friday, January 11, 2013! If you haven't ever been inside the Palace you will be in awe!! It's gorgeous and such a fun place for a bridal event. This show is not the typical show either. The tag line on the website says, "This is not your mother's wedding show...it's YOUR wedding show!" There is going to be a "groom's" section at the show too. Can't wait!!
Please stop by to see us and some of the new things we've got just for brides (and grooms)!
Here's the link to Pre-Register so you can get in for FREE! http://www.palaceweddingshow.com/#/brought-to-you-by-boudoir-louisville/
We just sent 20 barrels to a distillery in Sweden! Thank you Tommy! We are starting to get inquiries from all over the world! Couldn't be happier about going global!
Congratulations on your nuptials!
Your unique Bourbon Barrel Rehab Bourbon Barrel Head Guest Book needs a little special attention. It is best for your guests to use extra fine point permanent markers (i.e. Sharpie) to write on the surface of the barrel head to avoid bleeding and smearing. Once you have all your signatures and salutations use four or five coats of a SPRAY polyurethane to coat and protect the surface. DO NOT brush on a sealant as the marker will smear! Please be aware that your barrel head has recently been in contact with bourbon and will still be drying out. Your Guest Book has been reinforced but over time may still shrink and you may see the gaps between the wood expand a bit. This is all normal, so don’t worry if there is some separation. The back of the barrel head has been felted so it won’t scratch your walls if you decide to hang your barrel head (we have included a hanger and screws for you.) Be careful when hanging the barrel head because it is fairly heavy.
May your mornings bring joy and your evenings bring peace.
May your troubles grow few as your blessings increase.
May the saddest day of your future be no worse than the
happiest day of your past.
Old Irish Wedding Blessing
Looks like we are gonna be on the radio! The Down and Dirty radio/video hybrid show -- hosted by Frank Fontana formerly of HGTV's Design on a Dime is going to interview us on Wednesday morning. They stream every week on blogtalkradio.com/diy and bit.ly/ddradio (with video) online, and archive the show on YouTube after the broadcasts. Tune in!
We were lucky enough to be invited to a wedding this weekend out in the beautiful Kentucky countryside. Beth & Ryan did it up right! Terrific weather (although a little cold at night), great people and lots of bourbon! Ryan works with Angel's Envy and I think at last count we went through 8 cases! Here are a few photos of the happy couple and the barrel head guest book we did for them!
Mr & Mrs
Shout out to Kyle Henderson and Angel's Envy Bourbon for helping make the day warmer! The 23 year old Pappy helped too!
The Groom's Cake! One of his favorite places is the now abandoned Old Taylor Distillery. One of the prettiest places on the Kentucky River.
Functional Art. These Bourbon Barrel Head Guest Books will eventually hang on the wall of the couples who got married last weekend!