My November came to a close with another beautiful Pavilion Event Space wedding! I’ve had the pleasure of photographing at the Pavilion so many times in the last few years. I love how every wedding is so unique and beautiful regardless of the month.
It was a cold day last Saturday, so these two chose to have an indoor ceremony followed by quick portraits outside. Mar’Ti and Phil are actually already married, so their day was more about showing their love to their friends and family.
These two are sure an inspiration when it comes to relationships. They started dating as kids and have already been together more than a decade. They were officially married on their 10-year anniversary. It was fun to watch all the support they have been given. Instead of traditional toasts, they decided to open up the floor to anyone who wanted to say a few kind words. Dozens of their guests lined up to show their excitement for these two.
Mar’Ti and Phil know how to have fun! Their reception was a non-stop party. Even throughout their signature dances, the guests were cheering along the entire time. While I’m working with a couple, I love seeing their relationship firsthand, but it’s extra special when I’m able to witness their entire support system excited to celebrate along with them.
Thank you Mar’Ti and Phil for allowing me to be part of your Pavilion Event Space wedding! Here’s your full preview!
Venue: The Pavilion Event Space
DJ: BFAME KC
Catering: Brancato’s Catering
Photography and Videography: E. Golden Moments
– Hear from the bride –
Share the inspiration and atmosphere you’re creating for your wedding:
I’m creating a lit vibe for my wedding. We got married last year and want to celebrate this year with family and close friends.
What is your most valuable piece of advice you can share with future couples planning their wedding?
My most valuable piece of advice for future couples planning their wedding is to tune everyone else’s opinions out. It is your special day, do what you please and plan things to your liking, not anyone else’s. Also, don’t have high expectations of people because they will disappoint you every time.
What was your favorite part of the planning process?
My favorite part of the planning process was looking for venues. It allowed us to experience seeing many beautiful places.