Heeeey friends! So glad you're here to check out Kara and Allan's incredibly gorgeous day.
If you don't remember their engagement session, including the awesome story of how they met... you should take a second to go look!
No small detail was overlooked on this day! They planned everything to perfection.
I have one word for Allan's suit choice.... DAAAANG!
Starting off with one of my favorite portraits!
AHHHH you guys are so gorgeous together I can't even take it!
SO many cities and countries represented in this group! Love them all!
Right before ceremony time.. love this moment my second shooter Tammy captured.
And on to the reception! I'm telling you - they picked out the cuuuuutest decor!
They surprised everyone, including me, with a traditional Ugandan dance for their first dance!
Future brides take note: they used a bubble machine for their exit! Brilliant, I tell you!
Ending with some more faves taken just before sunset.
Kara and Allan, it was truly an honor to be a part of your story and capture your big day. Thank you so much!
Describe your wedding in 5 words: Worshipful. Relaxed. Industrial. Innovative. Heartwarming.
Funniest Wedding Memory: Getting to the reception and realizing we had nothing to cut the cake with. We took two forks and dug into the cake and pretended it was meant to be that way.
Emotional Memory: Listening to Allan say his vows.
Advice for future Brides and Grooms:: It is easy to get caught up in the details of planning and forget about The One who designed marriage and the meaning of it. Pre-marital counseling is the best investment you can make for you and your spouse and it serves as a reminder to keep Christ your focal point.
Describe your wedding in 5 words: Real. Awesome. Peaceful. God-filled. Beautiful.
Funniest Memory: The Dance.
Emotional Memory: The Vows.
Advice for future Brides and Grooms: God first.
First Dance Song: Etooke by Nandujja
Dress: Mori Lee- Unusual Junction
Hair: The Beehive Hair Salon
Suits/Tuxes: Ted Baker
Catering: Janelle Yoder
Cake: Der Bake Oven & Mother of the Bride
Venues: Grace Mennonite Churh
Pianist: Andre Coblentz