3: Beverly + Ben | Lexington Wedding at Bluegrass Pavilion 
4: Grant + Quinn | The Birth 
5: What Gender will the Pellowe Twins be? 
6: Sarah + Arturo | Gardens at Ray Eden Wedding 
7: Jessica + Jason | Louisville Wedding at Olmsted 
8: Kristen + Brian | Cincinnati Wedding Photography 
9: Video featuring... ME! 
10: Kelly + Tim | Engagement Session on Farm 
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Todd Pellowe's Blog | Louisville Wedding Photographer
Welcome to the new and improved photography blog of Todd Pellowe. I'm a wedding photographer based out of Louisville, Kentucky. My goal at every wedding I shoot is to tell an authentic story that is as beautiful as it is artistic. This blog serves as a creative outlet where I can post my favorite images from weddings and other shoots. Along with images from weddings and engagement sessions, you're likely to find images of my family (check out the "personal" category to see the latest on the Pellowe family) and other random images from our adventures through life. If you're a prospective client, friend or fellow wedding photographer, I hope you enjoy looking through the galleries.
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So I know I keep sounding like a broken record, but I absolutely loved shooting this next wedding. Lee and Tricia have been good great friends of ours for the past 2 years. We all first met at Fellowship Church (BTW, Fellowship is an amazing group of the most down-to-earth people I've ever met... if you would like to learn more about God, I'd really encourage you to check it out. /shameless plug) Lee and I have had countless conversations about life, love and being a man. It's so incredible to see how God is working in his life. And Tricia. She is a true beauty. Her heart is so big and her smile is so bright. Wait until you see the part of the slideshow where they exchanged gifts... you'll see what I mean.
Emily and I were so excited when Tricia asked Avery, our four-year-old daughter, to be a flower girl in the wedding. At first Avery said no. But only because she wanted to be the bride. Once we explained to her how she got to wear a white dress and walk down the aisle, she accepted the invitation. It's safe to say that this made Avery's year. And she made the slideshow a few times, so check her out!
The last thing I'll mention before the slideshow is that shooting a wedding like this for such close friends has given me a greater appreciation for weddings. I got to see friends that I hadn't seen in years and meet people that came from incredible distances to support and celebrate with Lee and Tricia. I got to hear the voice of a man commit to love his girl for the rest of his life. What an honor it is to photograph such a day. Alright, I promise I'll stop blabbering. Here are the photographs.