I have been SO excited to share these photos. I had the absolute pleasure and honor to be invited to capture Becky and Sean’s wedding day.
The affair was intimate and casual and true to their personal style. When Becky described what her wedding day would be like, she told me it was based from a Quaker wedding where the bride and groom’s community comes together as equals to offer their support to the new family they will create. They used their family and friends’ talents to weave them into the details of the day. Becky’s grandparents served as the flower girl and ring bearer, Sean’s college friend performed as their minister, Becky’s high school girlfriend did her hair and makeup, and their musician was another friend from work. I think they nailed it.
Guests grabbed a cocktail served in a mason jar, signed a Quaker marriage certificate in lieu of a guestbook, and grabbed a seat in the outdoor terrace for the ceremony where live music was being played on a perfectly beautiful evening. Becky’s grandmother created a beautiful quilt for the couple that was displayed, and just down the hall was a table full of Joe’s KC barbecue. Donuts and cupcakes were served for dessert inside the rustic Thompson Barn, where their friends and family continued to celebrate with them.
The day was perfect. Becky & Sean’s love for one another is obvious from an outside perspective, and their celebration amidst friends and family who held special roles throughout the day paved way for a truly memorable and meaningful day.