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.
Calla and Drew chose to do their engagement photos at River Market and Loose Park. They love to walk around in River Market, and love nature so this location combo was perfect for them.
Alex graduated high school in May 2021. He wanted an industrial feel for his senior photos so we went to West Bottoms in Kansas City.
Madison and Drew tied the knot in April at Flander Hall in Excelsior Springs, MO. They chose to have a mostly documentary style day, no group or family photos. They wanted to enjoy their day and let the photos tell the true story.
The word documentary means “providing a factual record or report.” And while this definition doesn’t exactly spark excitement, a documentary wedding photographer does just that! They capture your wedding day exactly as it is – all the real smiles, happy tears, bear hugs, and big feelings.
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