Weddings

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot

For the past several years we’ve had the honor of getting to participate in The Big Reveal. What is The Big Reveal? If you’ve never been, it’s one of the very best bridal shows out there. It’s also the very first bridal show that we ever participated in several years ago. What makes it so great? Well, you get to visit 5 different venues. At each venue, you get to check out one of each kind of vendor – photographer, caterer, DJ, etc.. Then, you get to jump in a limo, and head to the next venue to repeat the process. We LOVE it, and so do a lot of our couples!

This year, the vendor team that was going to be at The Garment House decided to team up to do a styled bridal shoot before the bridal show started. The Garment House (formerly Club 1000) recently rebranded, and wanted to take advantage of some of the great vendors participating at the bridal show. We were more than eager, since The Garment House is one of our very favorite venues in the city. Not to mention, it gave us an opportunity to do some fun, creative work outside of the timelines of a traditional wedding day.

All of this would not have been possible without several AMAZING vendors, who we’ve listed at the end of this post. Be sure to head to their pages to give them some love. Everyone who participated is so extremely talented! This also wouldn’t have been possible with out the amazing Sabrina and Bubba. You may remember them from their Longview Mansion Engagement Session last fall, or their fun sneak peek from earlier this year. We promise they did get married this summer, we just haven’t gotten a chance to share their full wedding day yet!

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | The Big Reveal

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Three pictures of a groom modeling a Tip Top Tux Suit outside The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two pictures of a groom modeling a Tip Top Tux Suit outside The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two pictures of a groom modeling a Tip Top Tux Suit outside The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two photos of a groom modeling a Tip Top Tux Suit outside The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Four photos of a groom modeling a Tip Top Tux Suit outside The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two photos of a groom modeling a Tip Top Tux Suit outside The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | A picture of a groom modeling a Tip Top Tux Suit outside The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | A picture of a groom modeling a Tip Top Tux Suit in the basement of The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two photos of a groom modeling a Tip Top Tux Suit in the basement of The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two photos of a bride in her wedding gown in the basement of The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two photos of a bride and groom outside The Garment House in downtown Kansas City holding Hitched flowers.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | An image of a bride and groom outside The Garment House in downtown Kansas City holding Hitched flowers.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two images of a bride outside The Garment House in downtown Kansas City holding Hitched flowers.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two pictures of a bride and groom outside The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two pictures of a bride and groom outside The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two images of a bride outside The Garment House in downtown Kansas City holding Hitched flowers.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two photos of a bride and groom outside The Garment House in downtown Kansas City holding Hitched flowers.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Three pictures of a bride and groom on the roof of The Garment House in downtown Kansas City holding Hitched flowers.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Three pictures of a bride and groom on the roof of The Garment House in downtown Kansas City holding Hitched flowers.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two photos of a bride and groom on the roof of The Garment House in downtown Kansas City holding Hitched flowers.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Three pictures of a bride standing in The Garment House underneath a greenery and rose filled garland styled by Hitched in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Three pictures of a bride standing in The Garment House underneath a greenery and rose filled garland styled by Hitched in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two photos of a bride and groom standing in The Garment House underneath a greenery and rose filled garland styled by Hitched in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two photos of a bride and groom sitting at a table in The Garment House underneath a greenery and rose filled garland styled by Hitched in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Three pictures of a bride and groom sitting at a table in The Garment House underneath a greenery and rose filled garland styled by Hitched in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | An image of a bride and groom sitting at a table in The Garment House underneath a greenery and rose filled garland styled by Hitched in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two pictures of a bride and groom dancing in front of a table and hanging garland decorated by Hitched at The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Three pictures of a bride and groom dancing in front of a table and hanging garland decorated by Hitched at The Garment House in Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | A photo of a bride and groom standing underneath a greenery filled arbor at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | A photo of a bride and groom standing underneath a greenery filled arbor at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two close-up photos of a groom's tweed bow tie and pink flower filled boutonniere at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Three photos of a table filled with crystal glasses, candles, greenery, and various shades of roses decorated by Hitched at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | A picture of a table filled with crystal glasses, candles, greenery, and various shades of roses decorated by Hitched at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Four photos of a table filled with crystal glasses, candles, greenery, and various shades of roses decorated by Hitched at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | A photograph of a tabletop filled with crystal glasses, candles, greenery, and various shades of roses decorated by Hitched at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Three photos of a table filled with crystal glasses, candles, greenery, and various shades of roses decorated by Hitched at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Two pictures of a table filled with crystal glasses, candles, greenery, and various shades of roses decorated by Hitched at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | Three images of a table filled with crystal glasses, candles, greenery, and various shades of roses decorated by Hitched at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

Garment House Styled Bridal Shoot | A photo of a table filled with crystal glasses, candles, greenery, and various shades of roses decorated by Hitched at The Garment House in downtown Kansas City.

 Picture Location | The Garment House, Downtown Kansas City

 

The Garment House Big Reveal Team

Kansas City Wedding Venue: The Garment House

Florals/Decor: Hitched Planning + Floral

Photography Team: Rivas Photography

Tux: Tip Top Tux

Hair & Makeup: Hello Lovely

Gown: The Gown Gallery 

Rentals: Ultrapom

DJ: Fernando Productions

Videography: Shawn Gormley Films

Invitations: RSVP in The Village

Gown Cleaning & Preservation: Arrow Fabricare Services

Catering: KC Legacy Catering

Travel Agency: Blissful Honeymoons & Destination Weddings

Dishware & China: Celebrity China

 

 

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To book Rivas Photography for your engagement session or wedding please visit our contact page to send us a message. Or, check out our calendar for our next available meeting time!

Early Fall Wedding Sneak Peek | T+R

You guys. Yesterday could not have been more perfect for an early fall wedding in Kansas City. The weather was beautiful, and the city just seemed to be alive. The best part? Taia and Rich got married, and we created their wedding images!! We are so, so, so incredibly happy for this super sweet, crazy-in-love pair. They are by far two of the nicest, most caring and compassionate people that we’ve ever met and gotten to work with. In fact, we’re pretty sure Taia’s bridesmaids put it best last night at the reception. “She just has the biggest heart. She cares more about everyone else having a good time at her wedding than herself!” And Rich? He is just so good-natured and laid back, and cares so much for his bride! He did anything and everything he could yesterday to make sure the this bride was happy!

Although every one got a little sneak peek last night during their reception with their day-of-slideshow, we are so, so excited to share another image from their wedding day. And, just how stunning is Taia’s gown and Rich’s blue tux?! Instead of just sharing one image from their wedding like we normally do, this week we’ll be sharing a few more from their wedding day. Since we didn’t get to do an engagement session with this sweet pair, check back, all week for additional updates with more GORGEOUS wedding images!! Friends and family – we know you are already all eagerly waiting to see ALL of their images! And, we are so excited for you to see them too! Feel free to visit their gallery to register to be notified once their fully gallery is released in a few weeks – yay!!

Early Fall Wedding Sneak Peek | Taia & Rich

early fall wedding | Pictures of a bride and groom holding hands at The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art.

 

Wedding Picture Location | The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art

Congratulations again, Taia and Rich!! We hope you had the best day ever, and can’t thank you enough for letting us be there to create your images and capture your moments! By the way, we hope you have an AMAZING, well-deserved honeymoon, and will see you when you get back!

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To book Rivas Photography for your engagement session or wedding please visit our contact page to send us a message. Or check out our calendar to find our next available time to get together!

Children’s Mercy Park Vow Renewal Sneak Peek

Over Labor Day weekend, we had the utmost pleasure of creating Alyssa and Justin’s vow renewal images. We have known these two for just over a year now, and we are so completely honored to call them our friends. Their vow renewal day was a long, long time in the making. These two made it through thick and thin to get to their special day, and we’re so glad it went flawlessly for them.

We are so, so, so excited to share more images from their day! We are also so, so excited to release their sneak peek. These two celebrated their vows at their favorite place in the world. The place where it all started for them: Children’s Mercy Park. Not only did they get to celebrate their big day there, but they also got to go on the pitch for their photos. Talk about a super-soccer fan’s dream! Family and friends – please feel free to register here to see the rest of their images when they’re released!

Children’s Mercy Park Vow Renewal Sneak Peek | Alyssa & Justin

Children's Mercy Park Vow Renewal Sneak Peek | Bride and Groom taking sunset pictures on the pitch at Sporting KC's home stadium, Children's Mercy Park.

Kansas City Wedding Picture Location | Children’s Mercy Park

 

Alyssa and Justin – we are so excited to share the rest of your images with you!!! Get excited friends!

Check out Alyssa and Justin’s wedding day here. Or, their fall engagement session here.

Contact us to book your session or wedding:

To book Rivas Photography for your engagement session or wedding please visit our contact page to send us a message. Or, check out our calendar to find our next available time to get together!

 

 

Belvoir Winery Wedding Sneak Peek | S+T

It really, truly, honestly feels like just yesterday that we met this sweet couple. We’ve had such a fun, laughter-filled year with Savannah and Tim! And while we know it’s far from over, we can’t even believe they got married on Saturday! Their wedding day was full of so much love, laughter, and surprises for everyone.  These two have such a genuine love together, and it made our hearts so happy to be able to watch them say their vows. It’s been a long time coming for them, and their friends and family were so much fun to celebrate with! We are SO excited for them to see their wedding images!! In the meantime, we couldn’t wait to get their sneak peek up!!

By the way – if you’re just as excited to see the rest of their wedding day images, friends and family can feel free to pre-register here! You’ll receive an email as soon as the images become available for public viewing!

Savannah & Tim’s Belvoir Winery Wedding Sneak Peek

Belvoir Winery Wedding Sneak Peek | Photo of a bride and groom outside the main house at Belvoir Winery in Liberty, MO.

Wedding Picture Location | Belvoir Winery

Savannah and Tim – we hope you’re having an amazing honeymoon and can’t wait to see you soon! We are so grateful and thankful that we were able to be there on your wedding day to create your wedding day images! And, we can hardly wait for you to see the rest!

To see Savannah & Tim’s Engagement Session click here.

Contact us to Book your Session or Wedding:

To book Rivas Photography for your engagement session or wedding please visit our contact page to send us a message. Or, check out our calendar here to find our next available time to get together!

 

Wedding Day Timeline | KC Wedding Photographer

Some days we can’t even believe that we’re lucky enough to have been photographing weddings for going on our 10th year. That’s crazy! That’s just about a third of our lives spent together, creating wedding images for couples. We say it all the time, but we are so lucky that we get to do what we love, day in and day out.

Most of the couples that we work with are getting married for the first time. And, for a lot of people, wedding planning can be crazy stressful. We’ve always prided ourselves on taking some of that stress away from our couples when it comes to their wedding day. One of the things that can really help, is having a great wedding day timeline in place.

Putting your wedding day timeline together can sometimes seem like a daunting task. That’s one of the reasons why it’s one of the first things that we do with all of our couples. Where do you start? By thinking about what’s most important to you on your wedding day. And by thinking about what you want to see the most of on your wedding day.

Today we’ll be sharing some insight into how we help our couples put together their wedding day timelines. Hopefully, this will make your planning easier too! Please keep in mind when you’re looking through these times, that every wedding day is different. Some couples include traditions that others don’t. Some couples don’t want to travel all over the city. And, each of those unique differences are what makes your wedding day just that: your own.

Getting Ready & Details | 1.5 Hours

For a lot of our brides, this is an important part of their wedding day. Getting ready with their best girls. Some brides want all of their getting ready process photographed. Others, not so much. By giving your photographer about an hour and a half you’ll give yourself plenty of time to finish up hair and make-up. And of course to put your gown on and relax for a few minutes. To tell a full story and to see your groom getting ready in your finished images be sure to add an extra 30 minutes to an hour to this.

Wedding Day Timeline | Six photos of brides getting ready for their wedding day in Kansas City.

 Wedding Day Timeline | Three photos of wedding rings, wedding day gifts, and a bride's garter.

Wedding Day Timeline | Photos of three grooms getting ready for their wedding day in Kansas City.

Putting on The Gown | 30-45 minutes

What? 45 minutes to get dressed? Trust us! You don’t want to be rushed when you’re putting your wedding gown on! You’ll want a few extra minutes of downtime. And, depending on your gown, it may take longer to put on than you think. Take into consideration how your dress closes. Is it just a zipper? Does it have a lace-up back? Or are there lots of tiny buttons? Sometimes just getting those buttons done can add an extra 20 minutes into your day that you didn’t plan on.

Wedding Day Timeline | Photo of a bride looking at her wedding dress hanging in the window of a hotel on her wedding day.

Wedding Day Timeline | Three photos of brides getting dressed for their wedding day in various Kansas City hotels.

First Look & Couple’s Portraits | 45 minutes at a minimum

We never, ever push our couples to do a first look unless they want to. But, we can tell you, that doing a first look will result in about 40% more images from your wedding day. Not to mention it will reduce some stress. And, it may be the only time on your wedding day you get to see each other. Just the two of you. For our couples who do first looks, this is always an emotional time, and you won’t want to rush it. Be sure to give yourself (and your photographer) plenty of time to just take it all in. Plus, the photos of the two of you on your wedding day are the very most important photos of the day. We’re pretty sure you don’t want to walk away with only a handful because you didn’t give yourself enough time.

Wedding Day Timeline | Photos of couples sharing a first look with each other on their wedding day.

Wedding Day Timeline | Photo of a bride and groom at the Lawrence Art Museum on their wedding day, just after their first look.

Wedding Day Timeline | Three photos of brides and grooms together on their wedding day.

Wedding Party Pictures | 45 minutes to an hour

Whether these happen on-site at your venue, or off-site at multiple locations, give your photographer plenty of time. Your wedding party is just as excited as you are on your wedding day, and your photographer will want to take some time to have fun with the whole group. Plus, your photographer doesn’t want to miss any important friend groups that are in your wedding party. This is also normally the time when any individual photos will be taken with each person in your bridal party.

Wedding Day Timeline | Photo of a bridal party in turquoise and charcoal gray on a wedding day in downtown Kansas City.

Wedding Day Timeline | Photos of three wedding parties in various locations around Kansas City.

Formal Family Pictures | 30-45 Minutes

If your photographer knows what they’re doing, family photos will be a breeze for you. But, the reason you’ll need up to 45 minutes? To allow time for real, non-rushed moments to happen as you’re taking these photos. Oftentimes this is the first time your grandma will be seeing you in your gown. And that’s not something you want to just hurry by. Family photos are so important, so you’ll want to be sure to grab individuals with your most important people, and all of the groups for your mom too. That, and every now and again, someone does tend to roam off and need to be found to continue. 🙂

Wedding Day Timeline | Four formal family photos with the bride and groom on wedding days.

Pre-Ceremony Prep | 30 minutes

What? You mean you’re not just going to walk right down the aisle? You’ll find your wedding guests will start to arrive about 30 minutes before your ceremony. While they’re all arriving you’re going to want to tuck yourself away, touch-up make-up, and make sure that your gown is pristine.

Wedding Day Timeline | Photos of brides and grooms making last minute preparations for their wedding ceremonies.

Wedding Ceremony | 30 minutes to an hour

Depending on your ceremony, be sure to give yourself plenty of time! Your officiant should be able to help you decide exactly how long your ceremony will be.

Wedding Day Timeline | Photo of a bride's father walking her down the aisle at Ashland Presbyterian Church.

Wedding Day Timeline | Photos of brides and grooms during various stages of their wedding ceremonies.

Receiving Line | 20 minutes/100 people

Receiving lines are becoming a thing of the past at most weddings that we’ve been to. Why? We’ve found over the years that our brides and grooms would rather meet their guests at cocktail hour or their reception instead of adding anywhere from an extra 20-40 minutes to their ceremony time.

Wedding Day Timeline | A bride and groom exiting a church just after their ceremony while friends and family blow bubbles at them.

Travel Time | 20 minutes from each spot

Chances are on your wedding day you’ll be doing some traveling. Probably in a limo, trolley, or party bus of some sort. One thing that a lot of couples don’t think about in terms of their timeline is travel. Typically group transportation vehicles drive a little bit slower than in your normal car. And, it always takes everyone a few extra minutes to get on and off than you anticipate. This is more than fine with your photographers. Especially, since we have all kinds of gear to get from Location A, safely packed in the car (you can’t just throw in camera gear), and safely out at Location B. If you’re planning on hitting up several spots in the city on your wedding day, keep this in mind!

Wedding Day Timeline | Photos of brides and grooms and their wedding parties traveling in limos on their wedding days.

Cocktail Hour | 1 hour

If you’re not thinking about doing a cocktail hour, you should start considering it. This will give your guests plenty of time to get from your ceremony to your reception, without feeling rushed or like they’re running late. A lot of our couples get married downtown, and guests will have to fight traffic, find parking, and then make their way to the venue. Give your guests plenty of time. Most of our couples are also squeezing in a few extra portraits during cocktail hour before arriving at the reception site a little bit early to capture details and bustle your gown.

Wedding Day Timeline | Six photos of various wedding reception details including table settings, cakes, chandeliers, and centerpieces.

Reception Time | min. 2 hours

One of the most frequent questions we get is, “how long do you need to be at the reception?” While every wedding day is different, we always ask for a minimum of 2 hours, but closer to 3. If you’re serving your guests dinner, plan on that taking anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour and a half. Add in time for toasts, cake cutting, and of course all of your special dances, and the night will fly by. We always like to make sure that we always grab a few images of our couples dancing with friends and family too. And of course, if you’re planning an exit, let your photographer know! We’re pretty sure they don’t want to miss it and will work with you to make sure that it gets covered!

Wedding Day Timeline | Photos of brides and grooms taken during their wedding receptions. Includes first dances, toasts, champagne, entrances, and photo booths.

 

We hope our suggestions for wedding day timeline planning help! Our biggest advice is to take all of this with a grain of salt. Some couples prefer more reception and dancing pictures. Some couples don’t want to do a first look. These are merely suggestions to help you out along your planning journey.

 

Contact us to book your session or wedding:

To book Rivas Photography for your engagement or wedding please visit our contact page to send us a message! Or feel free to schedule your first consultation here. We can’t wait to hear your story!

 

 

 

 

 

Custom Wedding Albums | Rivas Photography

Custom wedding albums are something that we’ve included in each and every one of our wedding collections for years now. In fact, they’ve been part of what we’ve done for so long, that we can just about count on one hand the number of clients that didn’t receive a wedding album from us over the last 10 years. Our albums are how people know us. And, if I’m being honest, they set us apart from the rest of the crowd.

Custom Wedding Albums | Two pictures of seven wedding albums sitting on a shelf in a row with different color covers.

Creating, designing, and seeing them through to delivery is something that I’ve always loved being responsible for. In fact, I still remember the day that Kyle told me “good luck” to designing a first copy of our very first wedding album when he left for work. He came home 4 hours later, and I had designed the first 10 pages in what would become a 50 page album. That beautiful album of Laci & Ryan’s still sits in our client room, and it still gets brought out from time to time.

As you know, we believe in preservation, and making sure that you don’t go home with just a thumb drive, or digital. Instead, you’ll get something tangible. Something that will live in your family for generations to come, and that will get passed down. This year we made a BIG album update. Like super BIG. Years in the making. Why did we make the big change? Because we believe that our clients should have the best that we can get our hands on, every single time.

You’ve probably seen the album unveilings on Facebook, but now we’re so excited to share some up close and personal details with you from our new album line. We are SO, SO excited to be partnering with Graphistudio. Graphi is located in Italy, and only offers the very best HD printing, paper, and album covers. Each of these gorgeous albums below are custom-designed for our clients, and made in Italy. They smell so AMAZING when they arrive! And, they’re all completely customizable, based on what you want to see from your album.

Aspen Wedding Albums | 12×16 or 10×14, Italian Leather, Crystal Cover, Custom Art Box, 30 pages

Custom Wedding Albums | Photo of two wedding albums with pictures of a bride and groom on the front in Crystal Glance.

Custom Wedding Albums | Three close-up photos of a wedding album spine and page thickness.

Custom Wedding Albums | Photo of a GraphiStudio Original Wedding Book with matching art Box.

Custom Wedding Albums | Two photos of a 12x16 GraphiStudio Original Wedding Book with Crystal Glance Cover.

Three close-up photos of a GraphiStudio Original Wedding Book in its matching Art Box.

Custom Wedding Albums | Photo of a GraphiStudio Original Wedding Book in its matching Art Box.

Vail Wedding Albums | 12×12 or 10×10, Italian Leather, Crystal Cover, Custom Album Box, 30 pages

Custom Wedding Albums | Four photos of a GraphiStudio Youngbook with Crystal Glance Cover.

Custom Wedding Albums | Six detailed photos of a GraphiStudio Youngbook with Crystal Glance Cover.

Custom Wedding Albums | Photo of a GraphiStudio Youngbook with Crystal Glance Cover in its box.

Breckenridge Wedding Album | 8×12, Satin Touch Cover, Custom Album Box, 30 pages

Custom Wedding Albums | Photo of a GraphiStudio Baby Book in its box with the lid closed.

Custom Wedding Albums | Three photos of a GraphiStudio Baby Book in its box with the lid closed.

Custom Wedding Albums | Six detailed photos of a GraphiStudio Babybook.

Frisco Wedding Book | 8×8 Image Cover with Dust Jacket, 30 Pages

Custom Wedding Albums | Photo of a GraphiStudio Parent Book with custom cover.

Engagement Albums & Guestbooks | 8×8, 10×10, 20 pages

Custom Wedding Albums | Four close-up photos of a GraphiStudio GoBook out of its box.

Custom Wedding Albums | Three close-up photos of a GraphiStudio GoBook and its coordinating box.

Custom Wedding Albums | Two photos of a GraphiStudio GoBook and its coordinating box.

Custom Wedding Albums | Two photos of a custom engagement guestbook with an image wrapped cover.

 

Contact us to book your session:

To book Rivas Photography for your engagement or wedding please visit our contact page to send us a message!

Wedding Day Sneak Peek | Brecklyn & Alex

Words can’t even express how excited we are to FINALLY get to share this Wedding Day Sneak Peek! We have had the pleasure of working with and knowing Brecklyn and Alex since before they got engaged! We met Brecklyn at the Big Reveal almost two whole years ago. Shortly after that, Alex emailed us asking if we could hide out and take photos of his proposal to Brecklyn. After engagement photos, wedding day planning, and lots of dinners, they finally got married last weekend! And we are so incredibly happy for them! These two had such a great wedding day, and there are so many beautiful images from their special day! It was so hard to pick one! If you can’t wait to see the rest of their images feel free to register to be notified when they’re all released!

 Wedding Day Sneak Peek | Brecklyn & Alex

Wedding Day Sneak Peek | Photo of a bride and groom holding hands in front of the Bloch Building at The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City.

Brecklyn and Alex – we are so happy we are for you!! Thank you so, so, so much for letting us create your wedding day images! We are SO excited for you to see everything! Have a great honeymoon!!

Kansas City Wedding Picture Location | The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art

To see Brecklyn and Alex’s Engagement session click here.

Contact us to book your session or wedding:

To book Rivas Photography for your engagement session or wedding please visit our contact page to send us a message!

Sabrina and Bubba’s Wedding Day Sneak Peek! | KCMO

Last summer we met quite possibly one of the sweetest, most caring people we’ve ever met. A few days later, we got to meet her just as sweet and caring fiancé. Last weekend, that sweet couple – we’re talking about you, Sabrina and Bubba –  got married. And it was such a beautiful day! There were so many emotions and so much excitement all day long! We’ve been anxiously waiting to share a sneak peek from their wedding day, and here it is! Family and friends – get yourselves registered so you’ll be able to see the rest of Sabrina and Bubba’s wedding photos when they’re posted!

Sabrina and Bubba’s Wedding Day Sneak Peek | Staley Farms Golf Club

Sabrina and Bubba's Wedding Day Sneak Peek | Picture of a bride and a groom with the bride's veil flowing in the air.

Sabrina and Bubba – we can’t thank you enough from the very bottom of our hearts for letting us be there on your wedding day! We are SO, SO grateful for the chance to get to know you both, and to capture your wedding day memories for you. We can’t wait for you to see the rest!

Kansas City Wedding Picture Location | Staley Farms Golf Club

To see Sabrina and Bubba’s Engagement session click here.

Contact us to book your session or wedding:

To book Rivas Photography for your engagement session or wedding please visit our contact page to send us a message!