Jessica and Sean made the unbreakable vow on Saturday at Schwinn Produce Farm in Leavenworth. Yes, the unbreakable vow is from Harry Potter and yes, they did actually include that in their ceremony. It may have been my favorite part of the day…well besides the macarons. No one can compete with Kate Smith’s macarons obviously.
Anyway, Jessica and Sean’s entire day was a movie-geeks dream come true. From the Batman cufflinks to the centerpieces, the entire day was filled with so many aspects that were true to them as a couple.
The Barn at Schwinn Produce Farm worked perfectly as the backdrop to their gorgeous day. It was a hot Saturday, but we were able to find shade in all the trees. I’m obsessed with the greenery at this property. It’s also obvious how much the owners care about each and every couple, having them sign a quilt to commemorate their time at the barn.
To Jessica and Sean, I absolutely loved getting to know you two over the past year. From your engagement session to your amazing wedding day, I noticed your love is so beautiful and special! I loved watching you two interact naturally and have such an amazing day together. I’m so glad I was able to celebrate with you and I can’t wait to see what’s next for you! And, thanks for letting me experiment with a new aspect of my business. More to come on that shortly…
Here’s your full preview Jessica and Sean! Enjoy! Your gallery will be delivered in the next couple weeks!
Macarons: Kate Smith Sorée
Cake: Cakes by Amber Lu
Catering: Premier Catering of Kansas City
– Hear from the bride –
Share your inspiration and the atmosphere you’re creating for your wedding:
It’s supposed to be a fairytale, enchanted sort of feel. We have a lot of movie references as well to bring out our slightly nerdy side.
Share how (or why) you chose your wedding venue(s):
We chose it for the outdoor ceremony. It has good tree coverage for a more woodland feel.
What is your most valuable piece of advice you can share with future couples planning their wedding?
Get an early start. Breathe. and stick to a timeline as best as you can.
What was your favorite part of the planning process?
I made a giant book for organizing everything and at times it took on a life of its own. I had a blast putting all the puzzle pieces together and doing my research. I’m a crafty person and having the ability to do so many of the decorations and other items myself was amazing. I love the feeling of accomplishing something and can not wait to see everything come together on the big day!