A historical destination wedding
Sorry for the lack of posting lately, but hopefully I make it up with this awesome one! This lucky Seattle wedding photographer got to travel to Missouri to shoot a beautiful, historical, destination wedding! Missouri doesn’t seem like a destination wedding kind of place, you say? Well maybe not, but this beautiful historical farmhouse sure was a destination for lots of friends and family coming from far and wide. Officially on the National Historic Register of Historic Places, it did not disappoint! The outside was surrounded by soybean fields and painstakingly decorated during the Midwest heat. The inside was quaint and charming; a perfect setting for photos!
Not only was the setting beautiful, but Emily, the bride who’s family owns the farm, was gorgeous. She had a genuine shining smile all day long. And her groom couldn’t have been happier to make her his bride. Photographing such a sweet couple is always a pleasure for me. And they know how to throw a party! This wedding was complete with a high-fiving cake topper, stick-on mustaches, more conga lines than I’ve ever seen in one night, a cap-gun send off, and a marching band (although that was a surprise for the couple)! Oh, and an adorable little ring-bearer who I swear was channeling Michael Jackson with his serious moves. Such a fun night with a fun couple.