Kyle and Jamie met through mutual friends. The main friend they had in common was Jamie’s cousin (and maid of honor) Meghan (I’m pretty sure there was talk of matchmaking at some point :).
K + J’s wedding was timeless and classy, with a twist of laid back and rustic at the reception. We were able to explore the city and even take some photos by the Sporting Park and the Kauffman Center!
They are both such wonderful and kind people and it was an honor to be chosen to be a part of the best day of their lives!
Congratulations again to you both, I wish you nothing but the best!
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“Kyle definitely made the first move and I wasn’t too sure about him at first because he was pretty shy and seemed too good to be true. I’m glad I changed my mind!”
“We’d been officially together for about six months when Kyle confessed that he’d bought a ring. I thought he’d wait a while to use it, but about a month later I came home from work to find him down on one knee with rose petals on the floor spelling the words “Marry me.” I was speechless and started sobbing out of pure happiness, which I didn’t even think was possible. The proposal was very simple and private, which was exactly what I wanted.”
“We love going to concerts, eating, watching Netflix, attending Sporting KC games and pretty much any other sporting event, and running (although Kyle is much faster than me so we never end up doing it together :)). We can do pretty much anything together and manage to have fun.”
Special thanks to the fantastic vendors that made Jamie and Kyle’s day a GREAT success:
Cake & Catering: HyVee
Ceremony/Reception Venue: James P. Davis Hall
DJ: Complete Weddings & Events
Dress: Belle Vogue
Florist: Karen Pendleton of Pendleton’s Country Market
Wedding Planner: Jaclyn Lawson – Something Blue Wedding Coordination
Second shooter: Derek Jenkins
Videographer: Brad Jones Videography