Louisville Bride

SPR-SUM 2019

Louisville Bride magazine is Louisville, Kentucky's premier bridal publication, featuring photos of wedding gowns and listings for Louisville reception halls, caterers, wedding planners, photographers, and other wedding service providers.

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1 0 S p r i n g / S u m m e r B R I D E 2 0 1 9 Weddings can be expensive and exhausting, and your honeymoon is the time to unwind together. But you don't have to go far. We picked four places to stay in Louisville that can make you feel like you're a world away — wheth- er you're taking an elopement to the next level, winding down from a 300-guest wedding reception or saving for your anniversary by taking a honeymoon gap year. Take a break from your home life and be a newlywed tourist. Inn at Woodhaven (401 S. Hubbards Lane) Enjoy deep soaking tubs, endless floral walls, antique tea sets and a three-course breakfast at this quaint bed-and- breakfast in St. Matthews. Built in 1853, this space has an Old World charm that feels like a French château. e Inn at Woodhaven offers romantic room package add-ons, such as teatime, a chocolate and bourbon sampler, and in-room massages. Lock yourself in your suite and experi- ence a peaceful and quiet getaway together. Bed and Bike (Highlands and NuLu) Operated by the Parkside Bikes folks, this Airbnb brand has several locations in the Highlands and NuLu. Guests are outfitted with bikes and helmets, plus a list of restau- rant recommendations and things to do in the city. Each space is decorated with a mix of Mid-Century Modern pieces and hints of the Derby City, with private decks, pa- tios and other outdoor areas. Leave the cars at home and explore the city from a new vantage point. HOMETOWN HONEYMOON A guide to your post-wedding staycation, right here in Louisville. By Nikayla Edmondson Bed and Bike

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