Yes, that was a poor Katy Perry reference… But I had an awesome weekend and I felt like I was in my element.
So, my friend Amanda suggested me to the bride Chelsea because they needed help to make sure things ran smoothly while they were getting ready and during the ceremony. I was nervous to help because I had never done anything formal like this, but I felt qualified and confident by the end of the night… Hire me :) hahaha
First, they had a gorgeous location in Sedalia. When I arrived there was a little bit of rain, but it was nicer than the 105 degree weather we had been having, and it was gone in time for the ceremony!
This is where the reception was held, and I got there before the horses were put in the stables and I was able to see this little guy or girl?! Haha
Love love love.
I kept sneaking around to see them taking pictures, another favorite part of a wedding! Here are the girls trying to fight the wind for some pictures!
The skies were clearing up and the winds started to die down so I was able to start decorating the tables. This was the job I was most excited for the whole day. I just love little details. I was so busy, I wish I had been able to take more pictures.
This was the gift table.. It also had the best guest book; it was full of pictures of them with spaces for guests to sign. And then they had customized notecards for advice and a cute little box to put them in.
Before guests showed up we had this amazing view for the ceremony.Now with guests, but most importantly…the perfect, and so in love couple.Once the ceremony was over all the guests filled the tent… Quick!Everyone had a great time! The food was yummy! And the bundt cakes were delicious! Chelsea, if you’re reading this I want that bakers number!
I love this picture of family and wedding parties, wraps up the whole day perfectly!I had an amazing time working this wedding and I truly hope to get another opportunity to do something like this again! Thanks again guys and congratulations!!!