The Brass on Baltimore, one Kansas City’s most iconic wedding venues and historic buildings, was the perfect setting for Hannah and Stephen to exchange their vows before their closest family and friends. I dare you to find joy and smile when you look at the happiness and love that this couple shares for one another. I love how Hannah and Stephen’s bridal party was able to have equally as much fun as the Bride and Groom and it truly shows when you see the bridal party portraits. It was so hard for me to go through the 2000+ images that Sharaya Mauck captured and pair it down. The images are all so beautiful as are the subjects in these images.
From the moment I met with Hannah and her mother at my home studio, I knew we would have an incredible time planning this wedding. Hannah had just flown back from visiting her brother overseas and I could see how important family was to her. I loved Hannah’s desire to intertwine intentional personal moments and her keen sense of fashion (hello gorgeous Kendra Scott earrings and Maison Valentino Rockstud Pumps).
On an April evening, guests filled the Grand Lobby of The Brass on Baltimore for a sunset ceremony. A serenade by the brother of the Bride and uncles filled the lobby during the lighting of the unity candle. I love these touches of personal details and incorporating family throughout the ceremony and reception.
Guests were escorted upstairs to the Rooftop Event Space overlooking the Kansas City Skyline. Cocktails flowed, the sounds of Lost Wax could be heard and Dan Meiners’s cherry blossom arrangements filled the air with the sweet smells of Spring.
Coordination: Nellie Sparkman Events
Ceremony & Reception: The Brass on Baltimore
Photographer: Sharaya Mauck Photography
Videographer: Olive Media
Entertainment: Lost Wax
Caterer: Plaza Catering
Bridal Gown: Gown Gallery
Hair: Kelsey Meyers
Photobooth: Beau Vaughn
Paperie: Nellie Sparkman Stationery Studio