Yes, they were able to feed the cows!
We almost got the Bride Mobile stuck in the mud on the way there, but hey! We made it, and it was totally worth it for the shot! This next shot was also taken in the cow pasture:
Christine first met Samantha at a bachelorette party for a mutual friend (who was also a bridesmaid in this wedding)! After a few glasses of wine, they decided they were best friends and that there was no one else better suited to photograph this wedding!
And let’s take a moment to drool over her gorgeous dress and bejeweled shoes:
Sam & Josh have an adorable little girl named Genevieve, who was the cutest little flower girl in the wedding!
Mr. Luke was also pretty down for this adorable cousin hug, too!
It was a whopping 36-degrees … but everyone was a champion about being outside:
Haue Valley is a 246 acre farm — which is readily availble for the bride, groom, photographer, and videographer (hat tip to Applause Weddings for being amazing to work with!) to explore in the Bride Mobile. We’ve already mentioned the cows, but there is a pond, a silo, and several photo hot spots on the property.
Plus, there is a spot absolutely perfect for the first look. There is a gorgeous wooden sliding door where the groom can wait to see his bride.
As long as one of the groomsmen doesn’t pop out of it before the bride can …
Don’t worry, Sam go her time to shine, and Josh was an elated groom to see this stunning woman he was about to marry:
It had snowed the day before, but not much of it stuck to the ground. However, there were some gorgeous spots where the Fall colors and snow blended perfectly together for photographs.
The bridesmaids also found that shots of vodka helped keep them warm for the photos! 🙂 I personally think that was a fabulous idea!
It was a wonderfully perfect day for Samantha & Josh to tie the knot. Thank you for letting Kansas City Photography be a part of your day!