The timeline was off from the very beginning, but Elizabeth handled it cooly and gracefully...with the excellent help of her little sister. I coordinated changes to the itenarary with my team, the wedding planner and Elizabeth's sister to get us all back on track through the first look - arranged at the Simpson House before their ceremony instead of the Nelson-Atkins Gardens as was originally planned.

Matt and Elizabeth are such wonderful and easy-going people. I'm so very happy I was able to be there for their wedding day. It was a dream day, the weather was beautiful, the bridal party funny but attentive and the couple so in love. Their gorgeous outdoor ceremony location was perfect and then the reception at Boulevard with wide glass windows and gorgeous views of the city from the patio were the perfect cap off the the end of the evening!

Elizabeth incorporated so many wonderful details into her day. Then she did the right then, she took a step back and enjoyed her day and let the professionals and her sister handle any little hiccups. The ladies from Eco Posh Events were fantastic to work with!

Thanks so much to my amazing second shooter Jonathan - he flew in for a visit from Colorado and stayed to help with the wedding. Thanks also to my lovely lighting assistant Brad. More details about the day and the vendors will be posted soon!

Ceremony Venue: Simpson House :: Reception Venue: Boulevard Brewery :: Catering & Linens: Scrape the Plate :: Flowers: Eco-Posh Events :: Cake: McLaine's Bakery :: DJ: DJ Elwood :: Officiant: Rev. Gabe Combs :: Hotel - Getting Ready: Embassy Suites :: Hair & Makeup: Be Chic Bridal :: Ceremony Quartet: Sempre Strings :: Ceremony Sound: KC Audio LLC :: Transportation: Agenda USA, Dawn Arnold, Fleet Division