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I’m so excited to have our talented spring intern, Meg, on the blog today to share this sweet film with y’all! Take it away, Meg! -Lisa

Brought together by a shared passion for music, Kassie and Jeff sang their way around the world aboard cruise ships, sharing their talent with those around them. However, their greatest journey yet was a walk down the aisle on a sunny Sunday morning in Kansas City. A delightful outdoor ceremony followed by a delicious brunch (complete with biscuits and gravy!) helped the couple celebrate the start of their newest journey together. Our talented Blue Ribbon Vendor, Creative Films, beautifully captured these sweet moments for Kassie and Jeff so that they can always relive their big day…no matter where they are in the world!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story! Jeffrey and I have always shared a love for music. We first met at a show choir competition while we were still in high school. Jeff had this big, dreamy vocal solo and I–being a 14-year-old fan-girl–fell in love with him instantly. We went on to study music together at Missouri Southern State University, which led to a successful career performing together on cruise ships all over the world. Since the wedding, we have settled down in Sullivan, Illinois, where we co-direct and choreograph the nationally renowned Sullivan Singers show choir program. We’ve really come full circle!
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: Our favorite detail of our wedding day was the string quartet from UMKC playing Beatles music! While working on the cruise ship, we would host tea time everyday at 4:00 P.M., where the quartet would play this incredible Beatles medley. We were so happy to incorporate a little bit of our “home away from home” into our big day.
What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? Our wedding was a little unconventional. The ceremony took place on a Sunday morning in Kansas City’s Loose Park, followed by a brunch reception at the historic Loose Mansion. I’d have to say that the food was the most Southern detail of our wedding! Jeffrey’s favorite was the pie! He isn’t much of a cake lover, so we opted for pies instead. We were lucky enough to sample all three varieties: mixed berry, apple, and chocolate. My favorite Southern food was the biscuits and gravy! My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Some of my favorite childhood memories are of my Papa and I sharing a big helping of biscuits and gravy. I loved being able to share my favorite comfort food with both of the most important men in my life on my wedding day. We both agree that the mimosa bar was also a big win! Can you really go wrong with champagne and pink lemonade?

Videographer: Creative Films | Ceremony Venue: Loose Park Rose Garden | Reception Venue: Loose Mansion | Florist: Victorian Gardens | Photography: Caroline and Rob Bratney | Bridal Salon: Belle Vogue | String Quartet: UMKC Musicians

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  1. avatar Amy reply

    Thank you for featuring this wedding. It was such a beautiful venue, couple and story that they shared. We loved being apart of it. It is moments like these that truly warm our hearts. -Amy

  2. avatar Maura reply

    I adore this couple and their story! It WAS the most charming day. xoxo

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As many longtime readers may already know, I have a soft spot for beautiful wedding films, and when it came time for Dave and I to choose a talented team to capture our own wedding day, our first choice was, hands down, Philip and Mackenzie of Inkspot Crow Films. We were so honored and grateful to see our wedding day through their lens, and Dave and I will cherish the sweet moments and precious words they captured forever! Friends, I hope you enjoy our highlights film below!

Find our wedding feature in Southern Weddings V8 and on the blog here!

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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  1. avatar Our Wedding Morning – Something Pretty reply

    […] While Ryan took their portraits, my mom and sisters and I loaded my big tulle skirt into the car and headed to the park so I could meet Dave for our first look. That story is coming on Tuesday…but if you want a sneak peek, check out our feature on the Southern Weddings blog this morning, as well as our amazing wedding video! […]

  2. avatar Allie Little reply

    What a precious video! Not going to lie, had to grab the tissues. I can’t even imagine how beautiful this wedding was in real life!

    • avatar Lisa reply

      Thank you so much for your sweet comment! We thought the day was pretty darn wonderful :)

  3. avatar Stephanie Creekmur reply

    Eeek! This is gorgeous! Makes me so excited for our May wedding! <3

  4. avatar Our First Look – Something Pretty reply

    […] I’m so happy that our videographers, Inkspot Crow, included quite a bit of our first look in our wedding film–you can see it on Southern Weddings here! […]

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Wedding videography played a much bigger role in MaryClare and Chris’ story than just this beautiful film of their special day–in fact, it’s what brought them together in the first place! Cinematographers themselves, they met at a film conference in New Orleans and began working together–as MaryClare so beautifully put it, they “fell in love while telling others’ love stories.” Well, on a gorgeous fall day in Rosemary Beach, Florida, it was their turn to be in front of the camera and experience the moments they had captured for so many others: saying their vows, twirling around during their first dance, and celebrating with their loved ones. Their joy of finally coming to this day is so evident, and I’m sure MaryClare and Chris are thrilled with the way our Blue Ribbon Vendor PenWeddings captured it all!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story! We are both wedding cinematographers, and we met at a film conference in New Orleans. We started working together, and our shared passions for all things film, traveling, food, and wine blossomed into a romance. We fell in love while telling others’ love stories!

What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? The most Southern aspect of our wedding was the sense of family I think everyone could feel throughout the weekend. I also surprised Chris with a groom’s cake made up of all of his favorite things. He cried when he saw it because it brought back some sweet memories from the start of our relationship! My best girls also participated in the Southern tradition of a cake pull, pulling all New Orleans-themed charm bracelets my mom made herself. Finally, we brought New Orleans with us to our Florida wedding, ending the night with a second line!

What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? Chris and I have trouble picking one moment because it truly was our favorite weekend ever! For me, waiting to walk down the aisle with my dad while looking at Chris and everyone on the beautiful beach below was unforgettable. For both of us, saying our vows to one another and our first dance were two of the BEST moments!

Cinematography: PenWeddings | Photography: Mark Eric Photography and Marroquin Photography | Planning and Design: It’s a Shore Thing | Venue: Rosemary Beach Eastern Green | Florals and Decor: Florals by the Sea | Catering and Rentals: Townsend Catering | Paper Goods: The Little Blue Chair | Calligraphy and Logo: Janice Montoya | Bonfire and Ceremony Musician: Michael Liuzza | Wedding Cake: Cindy Pagragan | Groom’s Cake: Confections on the Coast | Band: Mo’ Sol | Hair: Mindy Norris | Makeup: Make Me Blush | Bride’s Gown: Judd Waddell | Groom’s Suit: Luca Falcone | Bridesmaid Dresses: Amsale

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lisa Written with love by Lisa
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  1. avatar Geoff reply

    What a perfect speech to start a film. Great video as always. Love your work.

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