Thursday, December 17, 2009
Flowers: Branches & Twigs
Transportation: Pech Limousine and Crossroad Tours
DJ: Reddell Productions
Reception: Hallbrook Country Club
Cake: Hallbrook Country Club
Hair & Make-up: Be Chic
Invitations and Programs: Paperlily
Thursday, December 3, 2009
Reception: Hawthorne House
Photography: Adrienne Maples Photography
Cake: Annie O's
Flowers: Branches and Twigs
Ceremony Music: Helios String Quartet
Caroline and Doug were married on October 10th, 2009. They were such a joy to work with. You could tell just how excited they were to be getting married.
Such a quaint little chapel. Just simple and beautiful.
A little pre-ceremony smooch!
I love the Uggs. It was unseasonable cold that day for October in Kansas City.
Doug and Caroline had some real troopers in their wedding party. I think they endured an hour of outdoor photos even though it was freezing out.
Caroline really did look so gorgeous. I think Doug agreed.
The table decor was very crisp and fresh. Various colors of hydrangea and lime green napkins were so bright and pretty in the Hawthorne House which is mostly white.
The first dance.
Caroline's little sister gave a speech that moved them both to tears.
The evening finished with a grand exit into an antique car with their guests ringing bells to celebrate. Doug and Caroline are the type of client make my job so enjoyable and rewarding!
Saturday, November 21, 2009
First up, Emily and David - August 14, 2009. Emily and David are crazy in love with each other and it was so apparent all day. Their thoughtfulness and care for each other was inspiring. Emily and her mom Kay put so much time and effort into making the event have a very cohesive look and feel. Very modern and art decoish.
Church - Queen of the Holy Rosary Wea - 227th and Metcalf (by far one of the coolest churches I've worked at so far)
Photographer - Jennifer Fortin Photography
Videographer - Mike Varel
Flowers - 18 Flowers
Reception - Terrace on the Green
Specialty Lighting - Celebration Party Rental
Catering - Affordable Elegance
Cake - Spectacular Cakes
Monica with 18 Flowers did an incredible job making the flowers feel very modern by using lots of wires and really cool shaped flowers.
This church was by far the coolest church I have worked in. It was WAY out south at 227th and Metcalf and it was gorgeous! It was built in 1870 but then destroyed in 1905 because of a lightning strike. The church was rebuilt and almost near completion when it was destroyed again due to a tornado! It was rebuilt - again - and has avoided natural disasters since!
Friday, November 6, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
The first was an article in the October issue of KC Magazine
Check out the January issue of KC Weddings for more on Bella Bridesmaid!