I walked into their getting ready suite and everyone was just chilling! Hair and makeup were done almost an hour ahead of schedule and they were really just enjoying themselves. So I knew right then that this was going to be a chill and stress-free Wichita wedding, which makes for more photos in your gallery! When I don’t have to wait on things falling behind, like hair and makeup, getting into the dress, getting the groomsmen ready, it means that you get SO MANY more photos.
Savannah had one of the most intimate weddings I have ever photographed, as only 14 people (15 if you include me) in attendance. But the really cool thing? Over 200 people were logged in to watch their wedding via zoom. So cool! They had multiple cameras set up to capture all parts of the ceremony, which I have never seen before for a zoom call. Because they so few people physically there, there were able to do the entire ceremony in their parent’s house. They decorated and set up the entire space so beautifully, I thought they had brought in a professional decorator. I LOVED their colors and how they set up their tables. It was a perfect spring Wichita wedding.
Their day started at the Ambassador hotel downtown. Which I totally recommend to anyone who is looking for a beautiful suite to get ready in. The suite had enormous windows that let in so much beautiful light to make all your getting-ready portraits just perfectly glowy. Savannah and Nick booked the Ambassador suite for anyone who is interested! We then headed to Old Town for Savannah and Nick’s first look and their wedding party portraits. For their portraits, we hit a few spots in the area, and then I just fell in love with the photos at Union Station. So we stuck there for a while. We pretty much got all of their portraits done before we headed down to Haysville for their ceremony. It was a perfect day!