Remember that Little Jerusalem engagement session I wrote about not long ago? I am so excited to now share Laura and Adam’s gorgeous Kansas farm wedding and tie a little bow on everything I loved about working with them. This couple got married at their home in Overbrook, KS, and it was the most incredible spot to start their future together.
Their farmland was the backdrop of the wedding, and while I’ve shot many at-home weddings in my career, this one was truly unlike any I’ve done before. If you’ve never seen horses at a wedding, I cannot recommend it enough, especially when they’re decorated with wedding-day flowers.
With nothing but Kansas sky and prairie in the background, Adam and Lauren had a magical day at their Kansas farm, surrounded by all of their loved ones. It was gorgeous.
I’m so excited to show you the details involved with this Kansas farm wedding and what made it such a unique experience.
I’m so in love with how the Meyers used their barn for their wedding day. They opened up the doors and brought so much beauty inside, making it the perfect spot for their reception.
I truly had no idea a barn could look this gorgeous. There was so much space for the entire event, including a bar, a dance floor, all of the tables they’d need for dinner, and even a spot for food and party gifts. I doubt a barn has ever felt so celebratory!
Commemorative wine glasses flanked the tables, which guests could take home.
Adam and Laura managed to beautifully merge a farmhouse culture with a modern aesthetic for a perfect wedding day.
If you follow my work at all, it’s obvious I’m an animal lover. I obviously knew Laura and Adam were dog lovers, too, so I knew I’d have to capture them with their sweet babes, Eve and Electra, on their wedding day.
But then I saw how their horse was styled. I about fell over and knew I had to capture Laura with her horse. What a moment I know I never want to forget!
I also loved finding this little guy hiding out in some of the greenery in the barn. What a cutie!
Farms have so many spaces that are iconic, which led to some pretty epic photos. Big barns with silos dot the landscape throughout our state, so I knew I wanted to take advantage of this scenery during Adam and Laura’s Kansas farm wedding. We took their portraits with the barn and silo in the background and I was in love!
There was so much activity happening in the barn as we shot these photos. But outside, we were enjoying capturing the newest phase of their love story: one that just happens to be their beautiful home, located on a perfect farm setting. It wouldn’t be Kansas without a whole lot of wind, but we managed to capture the beauty of their day without any issues.
What an amazing continuation of their story. I am absolutely in love with their farm, and that fact that we got to commemorate their day in the space where they already share their life together. My hope is they continue to grow old together at this same spot and these photos help them remember where it all began.
I’m taking very limited bookings for 2022 and am already nearly full. But if you have a beautiful story you want captured, let’s talk! I am so obsessed with my couples and I can’t wait to meet you all.