I have decided that it should be mandatory for each newly married couple to be granted at least a few moments of rooftop access to a downtown skyscraper immediately at sunset to do nothing other than dance on said rooftop. Of course a photographer trailing along is also a necessity. There was nothing quite as romantic or special as our time on the rooftop at Club 1000 on Christie and Matt’s wedding day. It was a stunning September evening and we made it up there just as the sky was starting to deepen. If you couldn’t already tell from the photographs (which I am positive you looked at long before stopping to read any of this nonsense) Christie and Matt are hilarious. They have this lightheartedness about them that especially when they are together there is no choice but to join in their laughter and their joy. I cannot for every posing tutorial or training system in the world recreate the way that they naturally fall into each and just find that perfect way to be together. I would tell them to just ignore me and dance in the sunlight and it literally was as though they were the only two people in the entire world at that moment. I love the way Christie’s eyes light up when she’s laughing at Matt and they way he looks at her is the stuff of romance novels. Their gorgeous and bright wedding day on the 6th floor of Club 1000 in downtown Kansas City was absolutely stunning and was a day I am sure everyone in attendance will be smiling about for years to come. Enjoy!
My favorite moment: Getting married
Advice to brides: Enjoy the plan in even if it’s stressful because it all goes by too fast.
Special thanks to my second photographer Kyle Lackey.
D.J. : Jeff Holmes
Caterer: Mike Silber
Dress: Gown Gallery
Bridesmaid dresses: David’s Bridal
Hair/makeup: Traci Morby
Tux: Men’s Wearhouse
Flowers: Erin Loganbill with Whatever is Lovely
Cake: Megan Taylor with Cake Girl
Pastor: Rev. Cheryl Jefferson Bell