Wedding and Location

{Mr & Mrs Smith – MARRIED!} Kansas City Wedding Photography


This post is actually long overdue. I shot this wedding back at the end of April for a friend I have known for TEN YEARS! I can’t believe how quickly those years have flown by. I met Anastasia in high school (I’m pretty sure in the choir room – we’ve always enjoyed music together), and we have always found a way to stay in touch over the years. I have had the privilege to see her become such a wonderful and loving woman – and now – a darling wife! She fell in love with a great man who absolutely ADORES her. I loved their wedding day – such a beautiful witness to their love for each other and also the great fun they have together!
I wish you guys both the very best for the rest of your lives! Love you both!!

Here’s a little peek into their day – enjoy!

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This next picture is the EXACT reason I am an advocate for doing the “First sight”… Look at his face!
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Of course the Smith’s day wouldn’t be complete without a little Harry Potter reference šŸ˜‰

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Many of theĀ pictures were shot on the OU campus in Oklahoma, and the ceremony/reception took place the the Thunderbird ChapelĀ in Norman, Oklahoma. Normally I’m a Kansas City photographer, but I had the opportunity to travel for this one (which I was thrilled to do)!
Congrats you two! Can’t wait to see you both again.

– Aubrey

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