It’s no secret that weddings come with a lot of traditions and a lot of expectations. A lot of the time, it seems like all these weddings blur together in a sea of white –
One of the most exciting parts of planning your wedding is getting to do an engagement session! Like all things wedding planning, it can be a little overwhelming…
Chelsie and Tori celebrate their anniversary every year with a photo session and I think that’s the coolest thing ever.
Abbie and Jake had their microwedding in Abbie’s parents’ backyard in Wichita.
Kendra and Kirk chose to have their engagement session in Weston, MO.
Taylor and Drew chose to have their engagement session at Union Station in Kansas City.
Tessa and Alex had their beautiful wedding at Stone Hill Barn in Augusta, KS.
Katelyn and Matt chose to have their engagement session at a couple of different parks in Hutchinson.
Erin and Loren’s microwedding at Erin’s childhood home was extra special for me because Erin was my roommate in college.
I always encourage my couples to choose locations that are meaningful to them.
Morgan and Zach chose to have their engagement session in West Bottoms in Kansas City.
Madison and Travis had their fall wedding at The Pearl in Hamilton, Missouri.
Victoria and Jon had their engagement session done at the beautiful Burr Oaks Conservation Center near Kansas City.
Megha and Yafeez had their traditional Indian wedding at the Sheraton in Overland Park.
Andy and Emily had their wedding in their backyard in Lawrence, Kansas. They bought the house together.
I spent and evening hanging out with Lauren and Logan for couple’s photos at Chisholm Creek in Wichita, Kansas.
Brooke and Joe married in a Catholic church and partied at Studio at Dan Meiners for their wedding in downtown Kansas City.
Lauren and Alec had their wedding in the backyard of Alec’s childhood home in Wichita, KS. They originally planned to have their wedding at The Hudson…
Peyton and Wyatt had the most beautiful barn wedding near Kansas City. Schwinn Barn Farm is a hidden gem in the Kansas City area
Caitlyn and Steven’s wedding at Lumber Co. near Kansas City was a beautiful day! I may be biased, Caitlyn and I have the same name.
Kelsie and Alex had their beautiful wedding ceremony at Union 828 in Kansas City. Their original wedding date was set for May 30, but COVID had other plans.
I take my dogs to this big open field to let them run around, and one day on the drive there I found a massive field of wildflowers in Kansas City. Something I think most photographers can relate to, seeing a beautiful location and immediately wanting to shoot there.
Eloping in Missouri might not be the first thing you think of when planning an elopement, but I’m here to tell you there are some really beautiful parks in Missouri that can make your elopement extra special.
Chisholm Creek is my favorite location in Wichita for an engagement session. The park is connected to The Great Plains Nature Center, so the whole area is preserved and offers beautiful Kansas views
One of the biggest decisions that a couple will have to make after getting engaged is choosing a venue. With so many options all around Kansas City, it can be difficult to know where to begin. But lucky for you, as a wedding photographer, I get to experience so many different venues, and I’m here to give you the inside scoop!
I wrote up 5 ways to protect your wedding guests from COVID to help you keep your loved ones safe and healthy while still celebrating your marriage, with only slight alterations to the plans.
On a normal weekend, Madison and Drew walk around the River Market and just enjoy being together. I’m so glad we were able to incorporate that into their engagement session!
Lots of precautions, including tons of hand sanitizer and Klorox wipes helped make this possible.
This was my first wedding during COVID-19, or just before it actually. The week leading up to Trudy and Zach’s wedding is when everything started really hitting in Missouri. The Monday after, Kansas City went into shelter-in-place.
I have worked with horses, dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rats, you name it. And every time, it requires all kinds of patience, and being prepared for the 2 seconds where they behave just how you need them to behave.
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