In 2020, backyard weddings boomed, because of the dreaded C-word, of course. However, even in the past few years, backyard weddings have become more and more popular as couples choose to skip the pricey venue and set up their own venue...
Chelsie and Tori celebrate their anniversary every year with a photo session and I think that’s the coolest thing ever. This is their 4th anniversary. I’m very biased, but photos are the best way to keep your memories alive.
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 to get started planning your engagement session, and with so many options...
Megha and Yafeez had their traditional Indian wedding at the Sheraton in Overland Park. Originally, there were supposed to be around 400 guests. Megha and Yafeez managed to slash their guest list down to 90 so they could keep loved ones safe.
Talia and Payton their backyard wedding at the end of May. A fun way to kick off LGBTQ+ Pride month, being married!
Madison and Hunter had their wedding at the Prairie Fire Museum in Overland Park, Kansas. The weather turned out beautifully.
Rachel and Toby had their wedding at The Warren Place. While the venue location isn’t central to the Kansas City area, it is an amazing venue.
Audrey and Caleb wanted somewhere with greenery for their engagement session in Kansas City. Kansas City has tons of parks, it makes it hard to choose where to go.
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