HEY, I'M RACHEL JOY-MONET

Your love is a unique creation that deserves to be captured. I vow to love you without judgement and create art that you can hang on your walls, and not just all over your social media. I also will always encourage another cup of coffee and will avidly try to make collaborative playlists with you. My mission: to capture you in your most natural and authentic state, alongside the one you love, to further reveal to you the intimate impact you are making on the world around you.

Breah and Harris’ Limestone Hall wedding was truly one for the books. Have you ever met a couple that seem like halves of a whole? Or that something about them both being in the same room as you is simply grounding? That is Breah and Harris. From my first time meeting them at West 6th Brewery for drinks for their consultation I was blown away at how attentive, loving, and kind they both are towards each other and how the speak about the other.

Harris’ strong southern accent and outlandish humor balance out Breah’s calm manor and wit. During their engagement session, I got to see their energy on a completely different level as we ran around downtown Lexington. Harris’ goofy humor always makes Breah burst out into laughter. Breah’s kindness and humility always bring out tenderness and deep emotion in Harris.

On top of just how evident their love is for each other in every conversation and interaction they have, their entire photo gallery clearly reflects how intentionally they love each of their family members and friends. I loved seeing how Breah and Harris incorporated so many meaningful details into their Limestone Hall wedding. For example, they planned a private first touch before their ceremony for a chance to pray together. Also, they made sure the cocktail hour took place in the breathtaking rotunda of Limestone Hall for their guests to enjoy. On top of all this, they did a “final dance” at the end of the night. I loved this idea so much! After everyone had lined up for the sparkler exit on Limestone Hall’s front steps, Breah and Harris had the whole dance floor to themselves. They turned on some Matt Kearney and soaked in their final moments at their wedding reception before running off to start their lives together.

Are you planning a downtown wedding? I often find that brides are afraid of the lack of greenery or parks for photos. However, I find downtown weddings to be so moody and unique! Check out Nina & Ben’s Great Gatsby themed downtown Cincinnati wedding for more inspiration on how you can make a winter downtown wedding look breathtaking!

VENDORS:

Venue: Limestone Hall

Hair & Makeup: Peyton Gibson

Florist / Planner: Hummingbird Page Events

Caterer: Type A Catering

Cake Designer: Tinker’s Cake Shop

Dress Shop: Twirl Lex

Dress Designer: Stella York 

VIEW & ADD COMMENTS +

Long time supporter, and thought I’d drop a comment.

Your wordpress site is very sleek – hope you don’t mind me asking what theme you’re using?
(and don’t mind if I steal it? :P)

I just launched my site –also built in wordpress like
yours– but the theme slows (!) the site down quite
a bit.

In case you have a minute, you can find it by searching for
“royal cbd” on Google (would appreciate any feedback) – it’s still in the works.

Keep up the good work– and hope you all take care of yourself during the coronavirus scare!

joymonetphotography@gmail.com

Hi there Justin! Thank you so much for your kind words and encouragement! My website is built from the Evora template from Flothemes for WordPress!