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Emily and Carson’s unique and contemporary Cherry Hall Wedding was one for the books! Cherry Hall is located in the historic Crossroads Arts District in downtown KC, which is known for its cutting-edge entrepreneurial ventures, contemporary office spaces, and modern event venues. Their wedding was rescheduled due to COVID, but it was clear that being […]

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5 Tips for a Smooth Wedding Day Planning a wedding can be an extremely stressful process. When the big day FINALLY arrives, all you want to do is enjoy it. The last thing you want on your wedding day is to run into issues that cause you and your partner stress. Here are my 5 […]

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I believe every wedding needs a second photographer! It sounds excessive, I know. There are plenty of benefits to having a second photographer on your wedding day, and many couples have admitted that not hiring two photographers was one of their biggest wedding regrets.   Many solo photographers, like me, have colleagues or assistants on hand […]

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Amanda and Gunner got married on a chilly winter day at The Venue in Leawood, Kansas. Even the freezing temperatures couldn’t stop this outgoing and tenacious couple! Their love for each other truly made the cold weather bearable for everyone around them. After having to change venues at the last minute, they were determined to […]

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Shawnee Mission Park was the gorgeous backdrop for Amanda and Gunner’s engagement session! We had beautiful evening light and all the love! This sweet couple brings such happiness into the room when you’re around them. They are such a genuine and caring couple and you can’t help but smile when you’re around them! Their two […]

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Last year I hosted hot chocolate mini sessions at Fete of Wales and it was so much fun! Due to Covid, I had a feeling sitting on Santa’s lap wasn’t going to be an event families wanted to go to. Therefore, I created a fun and safe event for families to come to and get […]

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Aside from the venue, the wedding photographer is the most popular vendor for couples planning their big day. Even if you keep it small, you still need to capture the event. Trying to find a photographer that’s right for you and your partner can be overwhelming, so I’m here to offer a few tips before […]

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The year of 2020 as a photographer has been filled with lots of ups and downs! From learning to pivot into what an intimate wedding looks like, to finding ways to have families still have that Christmas event to remember. It’s been a roller coaster but I’ve honestly loved it! This year has taught me […]

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Traditional wedding vows are becoming a thing of the past. Many couples are choosing to write their own vows, which makes the ceremony so much more personal!  This decision is definitely one you have to make together. Wedding days are already nerve-wracking! Writing and speaking your own vows in front of your guests can add […]

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So, you’ve got the ring and – more importantly – the person you want to spend your life with! Now what? The thought of planning your wedding can be overwhelming, and getting started is the hardest part! There are so many pieces that need to fall into place before you can see the big picture. […]