After several busy months of planning, it was time to enjoy the day they so lovingly put together! Jeff eagerly awaited the first look with his bride-to-be as she and her bridesmaids bustled excitedly around getting their hair and makeup done. Once Courtney had slipped into her gorgeous wedding dress, we whisked her away to surprise Jeff for their first look at the 17th hole on the Deer Creek Golf Club. As Courtney walked up behind him, Jeff’s smile was getting bigger by the moment and when he finally was able to turn around and see his bride, well, words just can’t express the love and awe Jeff and Courtney share with each other; but the photos do! After the first look, we hopped back into our borrowed golf carts (check out the awesome photos of this in the slideshow) and headed for photos at the ALOFT Hotel in Overland Park where the bridal party got to let loose and celebrate the day.
Their late afternoon outdoor ceremony was filled with added touches special to Jeff and Courtney. One of our favorites is when Jeff poured sand from Texas on the spot where he stood during the wedding. He is a Texas boy through and through and had the sand brought up from Texas so he would have a part of it there! It was awesome! (check out the pics of it in the slideshow)
Their reception was gorgeous with a tasty buffet, a lovely and delicious wedding cake by the Dreamery Bakery, awesome music by DJ Austin Burke, a photobooth for guests to enjoy, and a bubble send off. It was such a joy to see the love they shared and the love of their family and friends as they celebrated the beginning of their newest chapter in their life together! There is no doubt that they have a wonderful marriage ahead of them and we wish them all the best!! Congratulations Courtney and Jeff!!
Check out this slideshow to see all of the beautiful and priceless moments of Jeff and Courtney’s wedding!
Check out more photos of Courtney and Jeff on our Facebook page: Kevin Keith Photography – www.facebook.com/kevinkeithphotography
Loving the slideshow…
Thanks so much Joe!