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Please click this LINK (click on the word “LINK”) to our Google survey. The RSVP results will be then emailed to us and no one else will see the document; it is a secure server since it is a Google-site. Please make sure you click the “submit” button on the last page or the information does not go through!


We have lots of friends coming from lots of places. We thought we’d set up a little place for those lookin’ to hitch rides or share a rental car. Post below!


Taylor and Blair don’t quite know what we can tell our families and closest friends about ourselves that they don’t already know…we met in Montreat, NC long ago & have been consistently fond of each other ever since. We are very excited for chance to celebrate our union with the people we love the most.  Here are some ways we are similar and different:

We both enjoy:
Writing out our entire names
Children’s books
Presbyterians (most days)
Good fresh food
Addie Patterson Hartman (our puppy)
Playing board and card games
Playing air instruments to songs while on long car rides

We have different opinions on:
The value of sporting events
The best Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavor (B = Phish Food; T = Oatmeal Cookie Crunch)
Stand-up comedy
Online map systems (Google v. MapQuest)

In all seriousness, we have been tremendous blessings to each other’s lives and we hope to become reflections of all of our blessings to all of God’s people on God’s green Earth. We are very much looking forward to our lives together.

Now enjoy some photos (more to come)


Our reception will be held at:

Crescent Hill Woman’s Club
2641 Grinstead Drive
Louisville, Kentucky


We will be married during a worship service at Taylor’s home church. Blair’s dad, Rev. Dr. John B. Hartman, II will preside over the service and our friends Rev. Elizabeth Smith Leavitt and Rev. Searcy Allen “Buz” Wilcoxon, IV will preside over communion.

We’d love to have you participate in the worship service by joining the choir. See our “Join the Chorus” box on our homepage to learn more.

Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Church
311 Browns Lane
Louisville, Kentucky


Louisville, the 17th largest city in the USA, the home of baseball bats and bourbon and our bride, is literally (in Taylor’s humble opinion) one of the best places on earth. We hope you’ll take the time to explore the city in all its splendor.


21c Museum Hotel

Derby Museum

Louisville Slugger Museum

J.B. Speed Art Museum

Muhammad Ali Center

Thomas Edison House

Louisville Science Center


Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Churchill Downs


Ramsi’s (Taylor’s favorite high school eatery)

Wild Eggs (brunch)

Toast on Market (brunch)

Proof on Main (they serve HOT PINK COTTON CANDY for dessert!)

El Mundo

Meridian Cafe

Havana Rumba

(keep checking back for additions!)


Schedule of Events:

Friday, March 25th, 2011

9pm: Backyard Bash
1976 Eastview Avenue
Louisville, KY 40205
**park on street; best to carpool**

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

9am-10am: Breakfast with Taylor & Blair
Hawthorn Suites
751 Cypress Station Drive
KY 40207

2:30pm-3:30pm: Choir Rehearsal
Harvey Browne Presbyterian Church
311 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207

4pm: Wedding Service
Harvey Browne Presbyterian Church
311 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207

(following service) 5pm: Reception
Crescent Hill Woman’s Club
2641 Grinstead Drive
Louisville, KY 40206


We have a block of rooms open for reservation at the Hawthorn Suites. This hotel is 1.4 miles from Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Church (ceremony cite) and 4.5 miles from the Crescent Hill Woman’s Club (reception cite).

Call (502) 899-5959 to book your room by March 1st and mention the Hartman/Guthrie wedding block for a special rate of $94/night (up to four people per room). This rate includes free breakfast and an airport shuttle.


Thank you for your generosity!

(click on names for links to registries/sites)

Traditional Registries:

10,000 Villages
Crate and Barrel
Pottery Barn

Another gift to us would be to make a charitable donation to one of these organizations:

Reading is Fundamental
Dare to Care (Louisville food bank)
Conservation Trust for North Carolina (for our love of the earth and of Carolina)

Lastly, we love art. We love you. We love your art. We love whatever you want to give us - your presence, your time, your latest creation. We are simply grateful for you in our lives.


During the worship service, we’ve decided to have an anthem. Now we need a choir!

If you are at all interested in joining our choir, please post a “comment” below and write your email address. We will email you the music beforehand with information about a short rehearsal before worship.

We would love to have y’all participate in this way. Your voices are welcome and beautiful!