In 2019 a bunch of major things happened in Kansas City. One of which being that the Kansas City Chiefs won the Superbowl for the first time 50 years. The other being that Jaxon and Natalie were getting married and had rented a Kansas City Chiefs Bus as their party bus. Both epic. Both causes for celebration.
Jaxon and Natalie had one of the most beautiful September wedding days, full of so many unique memories for me. For starters, the weather was overcast and to some even gloomy. But to me, it was a softbox in the sky that allowed Natalie to radiate like the natural queen she was. Her dress was an absolute simplistic, minimal DREAM and fit her like a glove. Her girls dressed in hues of timeless blue with pops of white, deep greens, and subtle pinks. I could have photographed her details and bridal portraits all morning long. Especially since they were in such a unique and meaningful location, her mom's bedroom. I doubt Natalie's mom ever looks at that corner of her bedroom the same way again. And while I could sit here and write all the extraordinary memories, detail after detail, story after story, from our time together, I won't. Because they could all be summed up in one word, details. Natalie and Jaxon chose thoughtful and intentional details throughout their day. From colors to the venue, to vendors, to the food, to getting ready at her Natalies mom's house, an intimate first look in the backyard, a small wedding party, a Chiefs themed bus, cocktail napkins with their dog embossed, the list goes on. For these newlyweds, it was all beautifully in the details. They took the time to truly invest in an experience that both represented their personalities and their love but also took into consideration the experience of their guests. I'm extremely proud to have photographed such an intentional day from start to finish. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have reminded me that details can often speak louder than grand gestures. You don't need the world when you've taken the time to consider what means most.
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Photography - Jill Caren Photo
Photo Location: The Nelson Atkins
Videography - Her Third Eye
Jaxon and Natalie's Full Film: https://vimeo.com/382662682
Venue - The Brass on Baltimore
Floral and Coordination - Hitched KC
Natalie's Dress - Something White Bridal Boutique
Hair and Makeup - Cherilyn Farris
Cake - Triple J Cakes
Catering - Garozzos
Entertainment - Twice On Sunday