Kristin & Matt are kind, faithful and quirky. It was a privilege to watch them step into marriage together. We joined them this spring for their special day in Parkville, Missouri. Matt and his guys were jovial and so easy to hang out with. It’s always an interesting experience to be a fly on the wall with a group of guys, all the little details, a few hilarious moments and we got them out the door for some photos. We chose to just hang around VIP Event Space and utilize all the texture and space for our group photos time. We always feel like low-key and easy the more amenable everyone is to the process! It’s also funny how quickly people’s personalities can shine through – these guys were hilarious!
Kristin & her entourage of ladies showed up just as we finished with the guys. They had a low key morning at the salon, wearing the best matching shirts we’ve seen in 10 years of photography! Kristin was calm. Her sister is a stylist and so she got the honor of completing her make up before donning the dress, all those special connections fill a wedding day with such importance. Hanging with the ladies we kept asking, “where did you get that?!” Kristin had made so many thoughtful choices about her attire in relationship to her wedding theme. Sometimes in the planning process people deviate from their theme or don’t make enough choices to tie it together – but Kristin was very on point with her details. LOVE the dancing shoes she scored and even more excited later when she and Matt busted out their awesome moves!
Seriously, aren’t those the cutest outfits?!
Once she was all ready to go it was first look time. These two were so deliberate in the space they made for one another. They opted to see each other in advance so they could exchange private personal vows -we won’t mention the quick run someone had to made to acquire said vows ;) but all is well that ends well! It was a very touching exchange, it’s stuff like this that makes our work so special – witnessing these moments.
These ladies, like Kristin, got all dolled up in 20’s themed dresses, headgear and shoes. We loved the variety of dresses and the cohesion she chose in the jewelry and headpieces.
Stay tuned for the rest of this day!
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