From the moment that we pulled up in front of the 100 year old stone house at Bittersweet Farm I knew that there just wasn’t going to be enough time in the day. This icyllic setting in Osawatomie, Kansas is the home of Megan’s parents who also got married next to the stone home. The brisk autumn day was lovely for the outdoor ceremony and reception and the rain stayed far away. I love Megan’s simple but heartfelt details. The beauty of the farm enhanced the excitement of the wedding day. It was a perfect day complete with tons of laughter (including a bet to ride a goat and plenty of photobombing) and lots of love. Enjoy!
Favorite Moment of the Day: Definitely the first look, first dances, and when the dog broke lose during the ceremony and came and sat with us
Inspiration for the wedding: Family traditions & symbols, like the bittersweet (farm’s namesake) and the blackbirds (farm’s banners)
Advice to brides planning in the future: Little details matter more than grand plans.
Special thanks to my second photographer Kyle Lackey.
Videography: Drunken neighbors
Caterer: Plaza Catering
Dress: David’s Bridal
Hair: Maggie & Madison
Make-up: Jessica Norton
Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal
Tuxedos/Suits: Men’s Warehouse
Flowers: Sam’s Club (prepared by Bride and Maid of Honour)
Favors: Honey from the bees of Bittersweet Farm
Rentals: Plaza Catering
Bagpipes by Rory McKee
Ceremony Guitar Music by Kelly Werts