Miriam was waiting for her marine to get home for the wedding so we decided to go out and take some bridal portraits before the big day. From the quirky socks to her sisters boots (didn’t want to take a chance on getting her wedding shoes muddy) she was such a fun bride, make sure you check out her wedding pictures in a couple of weeks they are going to be beautiful.
As hot as it was it was great getting to know Chad and Melissa (and their fur babies) before their wedding this September. I love the fact that they wore their Royals gear and showed the team spirit for our boys in blue. Hopefully they will be getting ready to watch them in the World Series again this year as they come home from their honeymoon.
Justin & Rashall’s wedding was a PARTY with friends and family coming in from far and near. Rashall had spent so much time coming up with beautiful decorations and had everything planned perfectly. With their brother and sister standing up for them as well as their fraternity and sorority family it made for a fun evening, the Phi Sigs serenaded Rashall and the families danced the night away.
Alex and David actually got married in the Caribbean, but had their wedding reception at Stonehaus Farms Winery in Lees Summit. It was full of friends, family, food and fun. They even had David’s tractor there. While the bride was beautiful, I think the couple’s two neices stole the show.
Brad and Morgan’s wedding was just beautiful, from their church wedding to the reception at Abe & Jake’s Landing on the riverfront in Lawrence. Their day was filled with friends and family and love, everything necessary to make it a day to remember for the rest of their lives.