It just didn’t happen too often that I photographed two sisters’ wedding within one year period.
Just seven months before her wedding day Kelby was one of the bridesmaids in her older sister’s, Leigh, wedding. I was pleasantly surprised when I found that Kelby decided to hire me as her photographer not long after I photographed Leigh’s wedding.
So there I was seven months later photographing the wedding of Kelby and Alex. Their wedding day was truly a family affair since they had their wedding reception on the beautiful family farm in Lenexa, Kansas, and they did most of the decoration for the outdoor reception tent themselves.
On to the images.
Kelby’s friend reaction when she saw her make up and hair do.
(The photo of the groom below was taken by my second shooter Danny Iskak)
Kelby’s reading the letter from Alex.
Kelby was covering her face so the incoming guests couldn’t see her before the ceremony while her bridesmaids were forming human barrier to block the guests’ view.
Kelby’s trying to calm down the nerve before the ceremony.
Before the ceremony Kelby and her dad took the time to practice their dance move for the father-daughter dance later in the evening.
Kelby and her dad having private moment before the ceremony started.
In the midst of the chaos of the wedding day Kelby and Alex managed to find a private moment after the ceremony.
Never a dull moment in the party bus.
I love the contrasting shapes and color of the bride and the catering lady in the image below.
Alex and Kelby listening to the toast.
Kelby’s dad surprised everyone when he showed up for the father daughter dance wearing Kansas State’s Wildcat jump suit.
Alex’s mom during mother and son dance.
I love it when everyone was singing along with the band.
Congratulations, Kelby and Alex!