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{HITCHED} Jennifer & Jon in Kansas City

Jennifer & Jon already bring to the table a too-perfect “how we met” story To read it, click on the link in their names to be taken to their engagement session blog post. but other elements of their relationship and their wedding day followed suit.


  • Let’s get the obvious out of the way. They are gorgeous. They come from gorgeous parents and have gorgeous siblings. After staring at their photos for so long while editing, it finally dawned on me whom Jennifer resembles. Remember Aunt Becky from Full House? πŸ™‚
  • Jennifer works for a bridal gown designer, so she brought that into the wedding. She combined two dresses to make one, very unique stunning gown. And she also had the wedding dresses from the parents and grandparents on both sides of her and Jon’s family displayed at the reception. What a timeless exhibit!!! πŸ™‚
  • Jon has a kickbutt job too… his company owns two racecars and he is hoping to become the driver for one of the cars soon!Β Β It’s a dream for him. And possibly might have been the reason he didn’t mind watching THE BACHELORETTE this season with Jen since one of the main contenders was a racecar driver and the Bachelorette herself has ties to the racing world Jon is all-too familiar with. πŸ™‚
  • Jen’s bridesmaids were all giggles and jokes. Some were family members, others friends. All of them were more than ready to help her with anything she needed–even if it required helping her cool down under two layers of dresses.
  • Hands down, this was my favorite father-seeing-daughter moment. Jennifer’s father is a handsome man, and he’s not too proud to tear up when emotion overtakes him. His openness was met with tears streaming down all the ladies’ faces… including mine!!!! No joke.And when Jen’s mom joined the group hug, I was a goner. I’m surprised I could even continue shooting.
  • The guys were all dashing gentlemen, ready to laugh at any moment. And they tore it up on the dancefloor later.
  • The three ringbearers weren’t just brothers–they were triplets! And within the set of 3 is a pair of identical twins. How crazy is that?! And how cute are they!?
  • The ceremony venue, Saint Xavier church in Kansas City, gave off a tinted lavender glow from the stained-glass windows that actually matched Jen & Jon’s wedding colors!!!
  • Jen & Jon were to drive to the reception venue in a classic car. I was about 10 cars behind them in the caravan. When they got to a busy intersection up the street from the final destination, the car stalled out. I was too far away in traffic with cars behind me and in front of me, so I am sooooo bummed I couldn’t hop out and get pictures of this sight, but… wedding party and guests got out and pushed the car out of the precarious spot on the street and into a parking lot. And to boot–the bride and groom only laughed about it!
    When the couple and wedding party did arrive to the venue at Halbrook Country Club in Leawood, it was nearing dusk. But the dim light brought out the magical hues of lavender and pinks even more. Absolutely dreaminess…sigh!
    Other than dinner, the fun took place outdoors under small white lanterns and in the magenta light of an awesome cover band: Private Stock.
  • The bride’s second look–removing the ballroom skirt and sporting some pink converse shoes and a different hairpiece/veil ensemble was just as classy. Does her sense of style know no bounds??
  • Despite the high humidity, and the threat of storms, everyone stayed jovial and rain-free. The glow of the party was so enchanting amid the darkness of the golf course.
  • Rachel Holt, my assistant, and I had many laughs with this group and many sighs with the beauty of the day. Jennifer wants to go into wedding planning someday and I’d say her own wedding is great fodder for her portfolio.

Jennifer & Jon– your family and friends are all lovely accoutrements for your lovely life that you’ve cemented this summer. From smiles to tears and awesome style to downright fun, your traditional affair with unconventional modern twists was AMAZING. THANK YOU for turning to me to document it!! (And a thank you to my girl, Jaime E., for introducing Jennifer to me two years ago!!!)

 

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  • Julianne - Darbi these are amazing! I can’t even choose a favorite! It was a beautiful day and you captured things just as they appeared!ReplyCancel

  • Candace - Love the pictures Darbs. Perfect pictures for a perfect day. Glad you captured the actual sobfest that was going on when Mr. Huber walked in to see Jennifer in her dress. I would definitely get married just to have you take my pictures one day.ReplyCancel

  • Angie Carr Robinett - Jen,
    When you got engaged I told you that I couldnt’ wait to see your wedding pictures, these exceed my expectations! So happy for you!
    XOXOXO
    AngieReplyCancel

  • Catherine - The photos are stunning. Such a beautiful way to capture such a happy day with two people so incredibly in love. Thank you for sharing and for being so good at what you do.ReplyCancel

  • cait - lovely wedding and pictures! love the emotion on the father’s face πŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • reagan - Gorgeous bride!! Whew..those pics of the her father are priceless πŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Abby - Holy cow! This wedding is so gorgeous!! I absolutely love her dress. Beautiful pictures, Darbi!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - Beautiful photos!!! This was such a wonderful night!! You guys are great!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy - GORGEOUS beyond belief! a beautiful couple–beautiful wedding–beautiful photos!ReplyCancel

  • Paige - Beautiful!! What a gorgeous couple and wedding-congratulations!! Oh, and you too, Darbi;-)ReplyCancel

  • Laura Pestinger - Fabulous photos, wonderful memories! Choosing favorites will be a challenge, indeed! (Note: that classic car that Jen and Jon left the ceremony in was Jon’s great, great grandmother’s…and at 73 years old, the heat was just a little too much for her! Thanks to all for helping her out!)ReplyCancel

  • Nancy Pestinger - Jon and Jen, your “how we met” story is Disney-like and your wedding day followed that beautiful, romantic and fun story line! We loved being there to witness your love, laughter and joy! Continue to follow your dreams with each other! Cannot wait to see more pics!!ReplyCancel

  • Darbi's Mom - Beautiful! Love these! What a cute couple! The triplet ring bearers are so darn cute! Darbi, you did an amazing job! The family must love them!ReplyCancel

  • Amber Koon - Jen these are beautiful and so are you. They will be beautiful pictures to look back on over the years.ReplyCancel

  • Katherine - Beautiful pictures!ReplyCancel

  • Mary and Bob Exline - Jenn and Jon, the wedding was most spectacular! We were so happy to be there and to represent the many friends of Laura and Tim’s in Salina. The warmth of both families was very evident–how lucky you are to have such wonderful parents!! The pictures took us back to that wonderful time.ReplyCancel

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