Jordyn & Adam: Married at The Guild Kansas City!
Oh how very excited I am to share this wedding today! Jordyn and Adam are one of my many couples who live out of state, but who I so badly wish lived here because they’re such neat people! I love when clients become friends, and it’s sad when they live so far away! When I first met them for coffee, Jordyn pulled out her binder of wedding inspirations and I instantly knew this wedding was going to be so gorgeous. As a graphic designer, she was able to make her visions come to life!
One of my favorite parts of the day was watching Adam and Jordyn interact with their attendants and guests. It was obvious how much they are loved and respected by friends and family, and everyone was so thrilled to be a part of such a special day. Enjoy a few of my favorites from their wedding!The vintage ring below is Jordyn’s “something old and something blue”; it’s her grandmother’s engagement ring, and she set it in this beautiful ring for Jordyn. How awesome is Adam’s wedding band?!Jordyn had a graceful, composed, peaceful excitement about her all day. If she was nervous at all, she hid it well!! :)While the ladies got ready in the hotel, the skies kept playing games with us…at one moment we thought for sure the outdoor wedding would have to be moved inside due to massive rain clouds and then downpours of rain, and then the next moment we’d see blue skies poke through! All the rain passed through just in time for their first look, and stayed away the rest of the day!This is Jordyn’s Maid of Honor and best friend since kindergarten. How cool is that?! I can’t even imagine having a friend that long! It’s hard to see in this photo, but they’re wearing best friend rings; petite gold bands. I love that! :)I always love the moment when a dress is all buttoned and complete!favorite. So much joy!Gorgeous, ladies!!
My 2nd shooter, Kim, and I agreed that these might be our favorite ever bridesmaid dresses. They’re so flattering and feminine!I’m so glad we got this shot, as Jordyn expressed that really, the only reason she wanted to wear a veil was to get a shot of it flying in the wind!Jordyn, you are absolutely stunning!Jordyn taught herself calligraphy so she could use it for the wedding! So great!Thank you again, Jordyn and Adam, for allowing me to capture your gorgeous wedding day!
Venue: The Guild
Wedding Gown: Anna-Maier
Florist: Debbie Hawkins
Hair: Andrea Gooch
Makeup: 7th Row; Staci Broski