Credit to Katie Willis Rhodes Photography for the wedding banner photos
A Natural Paradise is Your Perfect Wedding Spot
Why not choose a natural and positively perfect setting for your wedding? Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve offers 170-acres in Goshen, Oldham County, Kentucky, about 25 minutes outside of Louisville. The Nature Preserve is a paradise for wedding couples, families and friends!
Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve’s grounds are idyllic for a wedding ceremony at any time of the year. With the gentle rolling hills, water features, forest, and open areas, there is a special spot for every couple. The 2-acre Woodland Garden is the newest favorite place for wedding ceremonies. It features arched bridges, beautiful plantings, a creek, pond, and waterfall. We would be happy to give you a special tour of favorite wedding locations to ensure that you find a perfect place for your special day.
It is natural that a wedding at the Preserve is “green” and nature-friendly. Couples are encouraged to plant a dogwood tree or purchase a “lovebird” bluebird box to symbolize their new union.
“It felt as though the trees were singing and as we looked around everyone had smiles on their faces—it was certainly a day to be remembered … it was perfect!“ – Happy newlyweds at Creasey Mahan!
Consider enjoying the natural paradise at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve for your wedding day.
To Reserve Your Special Day –
To check for open dates, call (502) 228-4362 or email Info@KYNaturePreserve.org.
*Note that if there will be 200 or more guests, then Creasey Mahan’s Wedding Coordinator is required at $40/hour.*
IMPORTANT: A 50% reservation deposit is required to HOLD the event date.
A FULLY REFUNDABLE $500 damage and cleaning fee is required.
Consider Going Green
Choose recycled paper for wedding invitations
Select locally/regionally grown food and wines/breweries
Use non-throw aways for serving food, ie: no styrofoam; use washable linens, glassware, and flatware, etc.
Choose birdseed and bubbles in place of rice or glitter
Encourage carpooling and cycling for guests and engage an old fashioned horse carriage in place of gas powered vehicles
Do not use pyrotechnics
Plant a tree, adopt a tree, sponsor a birdhouse, or organize a day of service
Offset your carbon footprint with a tax deductible donation to an environmental non-profit organization