Whitney and Parker returned to KC from Illinois to celebrate their wedding day.
These two have beat the odds. Their love has only grown stronger during their long distance relationship. True love has no boundaries.
Congratulations to this amazing couple.
Getting ready with the beautiful bride.
Brady, brother of the bride, was emotional to stand in for their father during a first look. Mother Sheryl, and sister Courtney, stood by for this touching moment.
We asked the wonderful front desk attendant of hotel Indigo if we could shoot behind her desk so I could create this image of Whitney before we headed to the church.
Getting in the right tux. That morning Parker had to get a different tux.
Brother and sister! Of course you have a special handshake to drop you off at the front of the isle.
Whitney and Parker exited the church by a barrage of bubbles.
Leaving the ceremony in style… Bentley!
We headed off to photograph at the World War I memorial where Parker had proposed to his lovely bride.
The beautiful bride against the Kansas City skyline.
The party bus continued a tour of KC ending up under a bridge. There might have been a foot race from the wedding party, but I’ll never tell.
This is a recreated photograph from the wedding album of the parents of the bride.
Love in the West Bottoms!