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Uniquely Painted Events

October 16, 2017

Every engaged couple looks for special ways to set their wedding day apart from any other event their guests have attended.  LW has found the perfect way for Louisville couples to do just that! 


Jon Walker at Wet Paint Events can create a watercolor painting of a special moment on your wedding day, painted LIVE in front of your guests.  This specialty service creates a work of art encapsulating the mood and energy of your memorable day that can then become an heirloom for generations.  Photo albums and wedding day film are wonderful ways to document your marriage, but a personally crafted, custom piece of artwork that you watched come together at your event can be hung and enjoyed every day of your new life together!



After booking, Jon will meet with you and your fiance to determine exactly what you are looking for and what the details of your wedding day are.  Maybe you want to take home a painting of the exchange of your vows, or maybe you would like to immortalize your first dance.  A group painting of your guests at the reception is also a wonderful way to remember those loved ones that shared in your celebration, years after your wedding day. 



On your wedding day, Wet Paint Events will show up early to set up and get a full understanding of your venue's environment and lighting they will be in while creating your keepsake.  Throughout the ceremony and/or reception, your guests can watch as your treasured memories are put to canvas.  At the end of the night, you get to take home your first wedding day picture, read to be framed and put right on the wall of your new home. 



To find out more and secure Wet Paint Events for your wedding or even book as a gift to an engaged couple, contact Jon Walker at (270)300-6584, or email at

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