by Amy Serrago
Kelley and Matthew said “I do” at the stunning Redemptorist Catholic Church in Kansas City, Missouri. Delicate white florals lined the aisle and colorful light streamed in through the church’s stained glass windows. After their first married kiss the happy couple had fun posing for portraits in their new city. Because, after spending much of their relationship dating long distance, Kelley and Matthew are thrilled to finally live in the same place!
Kelley was glowing in her Justin Alexander gown with its sheer lace neckline and dramatic train. Her bridesmaids were pretty in pale pink and all of the ladies carried classic white and green bouquets. The weather was warm for a winter wedding, but Kelley’s fur wrap was still the perfect accessory. And Matthew and his groomsmen were certainly dashing in their black tuxes and white rose boutonnières.
The reception, at The Grand Hall, was the perfect blend of traditional and chic. For example, the classic monochromatic color story was enhanced by twinkle lights and tall centerpieces. Meanwhile, white and green florals created a wintery fantasy land, but after dinner a candy buffet and limbo contest kept things light and fun. And is there anything better than a sparkler send off? Congratulations Kelley and Matthew!
Cake Designer: Nancy Stark//Cinema and Video: Mike Varel Weddings//Dress Store: Bridal Extraordinaire//Dress Designer: Justin Alexander//Band: Lost Wax//Floral Designer: Good Earth Floral Design Studio//Event Planner: Simple Elegance//Event Venue: The Grand Hall at Power & Light//Ceremony Location: Redemptorist Catholic Church//Photographer: epagaFOTO