My wedding season kicked off with an absolutely beautiful Union Station wedding in Kansas City.
Victoria and Josh were a referral from a 2019 couple, so I knew their wedding would be gorgeous and a fun time for all. I wasn't wrong. Throughout the entire day, these two were as calm as could be. They actually enjoyed the winter wonder land type drizzle we were given. Victoria even said how happy she was it was raining because good luck. I've never had a bride happy about the weather before, but I'm not complaining.
With the less than ideal weather, these two were perfectly fine with getting a little wet (from champagne and rain) in order to create some magic.
This is the first time I've been able to have Union Station Wedding before and I'm in love. This historic Kansas City building allowed us to create some pretty epic photos with twinkly lights. I'm so glad these two trusted me enough to steal them away to take a few gorgeous backlit shots. Despite the lack of sunset, I'm so happy with all the creative images we were still able to capture.
Thank you so much Victoria and Josh for trusting me to photograph your Union Station wedding. You two sure know how to throw a party!
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Venue: Union Station Wedding
Florist: Twisted Sisters Floral Design
Hair and Makeup: Paussa Twins
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 want our wedding to be elegant and timeless. I want our style of the wedding to be simplistic but with style and posh. I think of our wedding as being very classical and elegant.
Share how (or why) you chose your wedding venue(s):
I have always wanted to get married in a ballroom. Being very religious I fell in love with the Country Club Plaza Christian Church. It is a beautiful church inside and out. It's architecture and character is very elegant and formal. We knew immediately that this was the church we wanted to get married in. As for the reception, there was no other option other than Union Station due to how beautifully timeless it is. So many memories have already taken place in it's beautiful walls so we knew it would be a perfect and classical yet elegant place for our reception.
What is your most valuable piece of advice you can share with future couples planning their wedding?
It is important to not procrastinate!! I am a procrastinator. It is valuable to communicate with your partner exactly what you want and do not want involved and at your wedding.
What was your favorite part of the planning process?
Honestly, I loved finding my dream dress but I also loved picking out flowers. I love flowers so much so that part for me was very exciting as well as doing our engagement session with you!
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