May 25, 2018 was a gorgeous day in Kentucky. I had the pleasure of spending the day with Brittney and Michael and their awesome families as they became husband and wife. This marked my third wedding for the Kristofeck family, having had the honor of capturing two of Michael’s sister’s wedding over the past several years
Kristofeck weddings are always memorable. They are full of family traditions and the receptions are amazingly fun. Brittney and Michael’s wedding was no exception. If you have wondered how high an adult male can be thrown into the air, then be sure to go to the next Kristofeck wedding! You’ll be shocked!
Thank you Brittney and Michael for caring on the tradition of choosing R.T. Photography to capture you special day! It truly is an honor to be involved in your journey together! Make sure to check out Brittney and Michael’s story together as you scroll down to view their blog.
Now who’s next?
Their love story told by Brittany is included below:
“Michael and I were together almost a decade before he proposed. So saying we took our time to get to know each other would be an understatement. We met while working together when we were still in high school and started dating during my first year of undergrad. He asked me on our first date, but I think I made it pretty clear beforehand that I was interested. We’ve been together ever since, through college (and law school for me), and through all the ups and downs that life has thrown at us. Finally, after months of trying to find the right time and way, Michael proposed on April 8, 2017, a beautiful spring day at the top of Auxier Ridge Trail in Red River Gorge. The rest, as they say, is history. ”
Their day could not have been possible without:
Photographer – Travis Salisbury with R.T. Photography
Ceremony Venue – Holy Spirit Catholic Church
Reception Venue – Gheens Foundation Lodge
Flowers – Oberer’s Flowers
Flower Arrangements – Rhonda Barnett, bride’s aunt
Bride’s Hair – Dry Bar
Cake – Ann Howard, groom’s sister
Cupcakes – Sam’s Club
Nut Rolls & Cookies – Mary Kristofeck, groom’s mother
Catering – Mark’s Feed Store