Frosted Pink Weddings by Kelly Blog Post

Rocky Mountain wedding planner, Kelly Karli – Frosted Pink Weddings, has a blog and she featured Bourbon Barrel Rehab! Check it out here.

Louisville Palace Wedding Show


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!

The Real Deal ~ Re-Made in Kentucky

We’ve gotten some calls asking about custom barrel heads and a few of the people are upset over pricing.  I guarantee that our products are all 100% real bourbon barrel heads taken from bourbon barrels emptied right here in Kentucky.    

Once the head is taken off the barrel it practically falls apart because they are individual pieces held together with wood pegs and the pressure of the staves and hoops.  For wedding guest books and signs we take the time to clean them, sand, clamp and glue them, and reinforce them so they won’t fall apart.  We also back them with black felt so they won’t scratch your walls or whatever surface you put them on.   All of our work (wood craft and wood burning) is meticulously done by hand and we are very proud of that fact.

If you do buy from someone else because they are cheaper, make sure before you hit the ‘buy’ button that you are getting the real thing and not a ‘faux‘ barrel head!  Just because it comes from a name you may know doesn’t mean it’s real.

Bourbon Barrel Head Guest Book in Kentucky Bride Magazine!

We’re published!!  We’re featured in the Spring issue of Kentucky Bride Magazine with our Bourbon Barrel Head Guest Books!!  Pick up one on newsstands in Kentucky or order from their website