Kansas City Engagement Photography
Kansas City Photographers | Photos Edge
She held my coffee gently as I took a photo that was destined for Pinterest. A perfect Mocha and a lovely heart shaped design carefully crafted. Moments later Marco brought two cups of coffee and cream for Kelsey and Brian to have. I stood there outside of Quay coffee in the River Market of Kansas City, with camera in hand photographing them in between delicious sips. We chatted about artists, college, costume shops, and our favorite café which will always be 3 fools. Brian, our soon be groom, was a founding member and one of the 3 fools. Needless to say Brian is an excellent chef.
This Kansas City Engagement session started out chill and fun. I wanted Kelsey and Brian, who had come down from Minneapolis, to be themselves. We relaxed with a more lifestyle engagement session, focusing on genuine smiles and creating great moments. Marco and I were happy to include their pup.
As we were wrapping up our coffee photo shoot, we giggled at how hipster this all was. I chose my favorite coffee shop and they happened to match the sailor theme. It was perfect without anyone trying too hard. The truth is, this couple was just being themselves. These are the people that hipsters try to become. Years from now Kelsey and Brian will still be artistic and cool and chill in all the right ways.
Their success blows me away. I love watching artist succeed! Kelsey, who is designing her own wedding gown, has always left me in awe with her creations. She is a fantastic designer and I can’t wait for their wedding this weekend!
Congratulations! Marco and I are excited!!!
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A Polished Urban Engagement Session
West Bottoms Urban Engagement Session
These two are cute as can be. We rocked out a wonderful West Bottoms urban engagement session. Even though it was urban it was still refined. From fun loving, often poised, to very giggly.
Someone once told me that my urban sessions are unique because they remain polished and aren’t grungy. I love that. Polished is a great way to describe the Photos Edge style. And polished one word I would use to for Sean and MiToya. This hour seemed to fly by. I had a blast photographing every minute of it. We looked for the best reflective light I could find and then they simply got to be themselves, with a little guidance from me to make sure everything looked perfect. The way they wanted it. Everyone needs a little guidance, that’s why we are here. To help you look good being in love! Please enjoy this session!