Wednesday, July 8, 2015

A Kansas City / Overland Park Wedding of the Arts | Professional Manhattan, Kansas Wedding Photographer

Last Saturday as we all celebrated our Freedom and Independence, this couple decided to join their lives together as one; it's pretty poetic if you ask me!  It was a beautiful ceremony and the Groom waiting for and watching his Bride to come down the aisle was one of the most touching moments at any of the weddings I have done.  The ceremony was beautiful and full of God's love, friends, and family.  The wedding ceremony took place at a church in Overland Park, Kansas, with the reception following at the 7th Street Event Center in Kansas City.  Prior to the wedding the couple shared a prayer together without seeing one another.  The wedding incorporated the classic colors of black and red, and a friend of the couple provided the piano and vocals and did an amazing job.

The Bride recently graduated college with a degree involving the theatrical arts so we visited the Kauffman Center for Performing Arts as well as the World War I memorial after the ceremony for some photos with the wedding party and the Bride & Groom.  From there we went straight to the reception for food, fun, and dancing.  It was a wonderful day by all who attended, including myself, and we are so happy for their love for one another as they begin their journey as husband & wife.  May God Bless them and their marriage always.

Stacey Zoll is a photographer based in Manhattan, Kansas that serves the surrounding areas of the Flint Hills, including Fort Riley, Junction City, Wamego, Saint George, Kansas City, Salina, and other surrounding areas!  Wedding service areas include Topeka, Kansas City, Wichita, Salina, Abilene, and other areas of Northeast Kansas and Southwest Missouri.  SZP  offers services for Glamour / Boudoir, Engagement, Wedding, Maternity, Newborn, Cake Smash, Seniors & Teens, Family and more!

Images included on blog are a lower quality than what the client actually receives.

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