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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When planning engagement sessions, I always encourage my couples to think about what they like to do together, even if it’s just hanging at home
Lindsay and Nathan’s day was definitely one for the books. There were so many moments I felt so privileged to witness
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Rana and Shah got married in a civil ceremony and threw this party to celebrate later with all of their friends and family.
These kinds of posts pop up in Facebook wedding groups all the time.
“My wedding is in a few days/weeks/months, what am I forgetting to do?”
It looks like we’ll all be confined to our houses for a bit. If you’re wondering how to keep the magic alive and avoid wanting to strangle each other during quarantine, here are 20 quarantine date ideas.
These are crazy times we live in. Weddings are being jeopardized during the Coronavirus pandemic and it’s time to start looking at alternative options.
There are lots of ways to save money on your wedding, you just have to be willing to do a little extra work.
Giving your wedding photographer a detailed shot list completely takes away their ability to capture the true story of your day. Every photo becomes fabricated so an item can be crossed off that list.
One of the biggest downsides to doing a first look is that you lose the traditional element of having your partner see you for the first time as you come down the aisle. But with a first touch, you still get to keep that tradition and add such an emotional moment to your day.
If you’re anything like me, your pup is your life. It’s hard to imagine celebrating such an important day without your furry best friend included somehow. So I made a list of tips and ideas on how to include your dog in your wedding, whether they’re there in person or included in other ways.
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