Not every wedding takes place on May the 4th, much less with a subtle Star Wars theme, and that's what makes Sara and Andrew just so special….
Every great romance starts with some delicious anecdote, and in Amanda and David's case, theirs took the form of corndogs at the state fair. Their first date happened at the greatest state's fair (Kansas, duh), and their first picture included them chewing on a couple corndogs. What started as an unassuming, unofficial date, quickly became something so much more. In no time at all, they realized that they'd found the person, their for-life person, that they'd been waiting on for years.
Amanda and David's wedding was all reminiscing and celebration as their friends and family shared their journeys of waiting for the right person and their eventual moments of realization when they knew this was the real deal. Their love story was about the rewards for patience. It made waiting for the right person seem more wonderful than tedious and entirely worthwhile.
Their day seemed appropriately happy, from the way they recreated their first photo in front of the Pronto Pup truck (corndogs in hand), to the groomsmen with cheeseburger socks, the bride Amanda with cheeseburger and fries socks, and (naturally) to their donut wall in place of a cake (complete with donut glasses). Their day was quirky, perky, and all around wonderful, and it left me with a huge smile on my face.
Join Amanda & David as you stroll through their lovely March wedding!
With the incredibly cold string of below freezing days in Kansas, Katie and Heber's wedding was anything but that. Their day brought so much warmth through love, laughter, and some pretty killer dance moves.
Knowing each other since grade school and not dating until college, Katie and Heber have a seasoned love that feels shiny and new. They look at each other with deeply familiar expressions, yet they still have the power to cripple the other with just eough tickle. They laughed and cried throughout the whole day, fully experiencing every moment as it happened.
From watching these two love one another and love everyone that came to their wedding, I'm confident they will positively make an impact on whoever comes into their lives.
To end the year on the Eve of New Year's Eve with Katie & Heber was the *best* way to end the year. They showed me the importance of smiling, not taking things too seriously, but also treating big things (like marriage!) with reverance.
See the wedding day of these lovely newlyweds here!