Anyone will tell you that Sean and Elizabeth are hilarious people. Like, uncommonly funny. I've probably never had a couple that smiled and laughed more together. Their wedding, however, was no laughing matter. It was an elegant production of holy union. Their styling was tastefully ornate with gray suits, her lace gown, and coral accents.
Everything was perfectly lovely, right up until the father-daughter dance ended that is. The personality of this couple absolutely poured out when they, their closest friends, their family (of all ages mind you) got funky like I have rarely seen a reception get funky. Solid celebration went down. All of it was concluded with an especially festive exit to glow sticks.
Thanks for a beautiful day and an awesome party you two! Congratulations on getting married, and I truly wish the best to you both!
Now give them some omgtheyjustgotmarried LOVE!
Sean and Elizabeth opted for a first look to create an opportunity to have more time together before their ceremony. It was pretty precious. :)
After we snagged some photos, it started
rain and kicking up dust clouds. In light of the situation, we ran inside for some wedding party photos.
in Osawatomie was such a beautiful venue. It was almost magical with the vines and twinkle lights everywhere!
Once the sun finally decided to show it's beautiful face, Elizabeth and Sean were gracious enough to let me steal them from their reception for a few moments (13 minutes to be exact) to snag some shots. I'm
glad they did!
These two danced their socks off! By the time they left, everyone had glow sticks in their hands and bid them farewell as they ran into their limo.
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