The morning began with the most creative of storms. While the sun shone sporadically over Nemaha county, lightning struck, illuminating the details in the thunderheads that surrounded the quaint town of Seneca, KS. Sprinkles fell and cleaned the sidewalks, knowing that soon the bride, in her perfectly white dress, would be gracing the same ground in just a few, brief hours. Yes, you're right, there's no such thing as a brief hour, as every hour is of equal length. However, wedding hours tend to zip by at an accelerated pace, and the sprinkles knew they had a shorter-than-normal amount of time to make everything perfect.
Every detail was accounted for as Stephanie and Bryan grew moments closer to the moment that would mark the beginning of the rest of their lives together. Slowly all of their guests and family members made their way to the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, where Stephanie and Bryan shared a first look and would soon be exchanging vows. During this time, they breathed in the moment together, fully taking in the reality that soon they would become one.
Their post-nuptials moments involved everything from a party bus to the kidnapping of the bride and groom during the reception. They stood on a firetruck and walked around a swimming pool, but my favorite moment was when I got a chance to steal them just before sunset. The lighting was perfectly gentle during this time and delicately wrapped it's beams around them. These moments are so precious, as it is one of the few times during the day they can just slip away from everything.
After ample dancing, popcorn-eating, and hip-shaking, Stephanie and Bryan shared a sparkler run with some of their closest wedding friends. It made for a sweet and intimate time before they both made their way to their honeymoon destination.
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