Topeka Wedding Photography | Teaser of Alison and Jason’s wedding at the Kansas Historical Society

Topeka Wedding Photography | Teaser of Alison and Jason’s wedding at the Kansas Historical Society

We traveled to Topeka, Kansas last Saturday to witness Alison and Jason’s wedding at one of the most unique venues I have been a part of. They had their wedding and reception on the grounds of the Kansas Historical Society. Even though it was a bit cold it was interesting having access to the museum on site. The guests loved it. Alison and Jason were a joy to work with. I have not been around many couples that are as relaxed as these two. It is obvious they love each other deeply and simply wanted to have a good time at their wedding in Topeka Kansas without a lot of fuss. They partied under the stars and patio heaters on a perfect fall evening. Here are a few of my favorite wedding photographs from their wedding in Topeka, Kansas. Enjoy! I love Jason’s expression after they were announced husband and wife. The first dance and the last minute patio heaters.  I don’t know what was in the glass but I can only imagine it was not an easy shot judging by the expression on Alison’s mom’s face.  Alison and Jason share a final dance before their sparkler send off at the Kansas Historical...
Topeka Kansas Backyard Wedding Film

Topeka Kansas Backyard Wedding Film

One of the most important things when making a good wedding film is understanding where my clients come from when deciding to get married, designing their wedding and booking me. I take in what they tell me about themselves and the choices they have made for their day, and then filter it through my understanding of life, weddings and film making. Then I produce a piece that is both of ours– about them but with my sensibility. It can be a challenge, but it always ends up unique and interesting.     Leah and Aaron had me hooked the moment they told me they were getting married in the back yard of Leah’s childhood home in Topeka Kansas. Often times making your wedding more meaningful can be done by simply going home. Their love of nature, their families, and their dog was illustrated in every detail of their wedding day. They complimented each other at every turn. Their comfort and enthusiasm with one another was infectious. I also felt at home with them that day. That comfort and trust between myself and my clients allows makes for a dynamic film, and that is exactly what we...