Sara and Tim had such a beautiful Terrace on Grand wedding on Friday!
Where do I even begin? The day started with Sara as calm as could be in the bridal suite. The last few months haven't been easy for her, but she rolled with all the punches and had her beautiful day.
Despite the obstacles leading up to the day, everything went off without a hitch. We had the most amazing weather even though it was a tad bit windy.
One of my favorite moments of the wedding had to be Sara's first look with her sons. The boys were in awe when they saw their mom for the first time. Their reaction was absolutely priceless.
There are so many other important moments to mention. Sara's brother was the officiant and winged the entire ceremony while fighting back tears. At the end of the ceremony, their flower girl decided to throw flower petals on them during the first kiss, which led to laughter from everyone. Also, this isn't really a specific moment, but her bridesmaids are awesome and everyone needs friends like them.
Sara and Tim chose to get married on Earth Day and wanted their whole day to reflect this natural vibe. They even gifted their guests with trees to plant.
These two are the picture-perfect couple. From the way Tim looked at Sara as she walked down the aisle to the random glances and forehead kisses, it was obvious how much these two love and care for each other.
Thank you so much for allowing me to be part of your Terrace on Grand wedding. Here's your preview!
Venue: Terrace on Grand
Cake: McLain's Bakery
DJ: The Zero's
Photography and Videography: E. Golden Moments
- Hear from the bride -
Share the inspiration and atmosphere you're creating for your wedding:
We chose Earth Day because we love camping and nature. We chose to give away trees for all of our guests to plant.
Share how (or why) you chose your wedding venue(s):
The Terrace on Grand was the perfect venue for us because we are lucky enough to know the event coordinators(they're fantastic people!) and loved the idea of a rooftop venue overlooking our wonderful city. KC has always been our home and to have the beautiful skyline as our back drop seemed like the best idea.
What is your most valuable piece of advice you can share with future couples planning their wedding?
I would have to say if I can give any piece of advice it would be to always give yourself and your partner grace. Planning a wedding can be very stressful for couples, even the ones who think they have it all figured out. I have learned more about Tim throughout this whole process and what is important to him is important to me.
What was your favorite part of the planning process?
We both love music and have to admit that at the beginning all we had picked out was the music.
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