A weekend in Kansas {Topeka, Atchison and Kansas City wedding, family and engagement photographer}

Whew.  This weekend was incredibly crazy… but so much fun!   I was blessed to be able to photograph a wedding, an engagement and four families.  Many of these families I’ve been photographing from before the wedding, so I always love these opportunities to come back to Kansas and document their families for a little while.

So, this is just a teensy-weensy peek the wonderful people I spent this weekend with.

Started with these two feisty kids.  They gave me a workout :).  This is one family I’ve been photographing for a long time now.  You can check out their last shoot here.

Then followed an absolutely gorgeous wedding.  I am beyond psyched about the location we did some of the photos (can you say gorgeous old barn). 

And then another favorite family!  You can check out there last shoot here and marvel in the absolute cuteness. 

And a new family!  I love that most of my work comes from referrals, and I met this wonderful family through the above family.  Four girls, all lovely, but each with their very own distinct personality.

And… for a little change of pace, some engagement pictures.  These two were so much fun to shoot!  They were sweet and so very in love. 

And one last… not only does this little boy have the sweetest smile ever, but this is another little family I’ve known and photographed since his parents got engaged!  Little Ben, it was so good to meet you!

I can’t wait to tell you more about this past weekend… but first it’s time to get down to work!

Life with Kaishon - Holy cow! You did all of that in one weekend? AMAZING! Amazing. : ) I love the dangling legs the very best I think. All of the shots are gorgeous though. Visiting via your comment at Enjoying the Small Things above mine. So nice to meet you : ) I am just stunned at how many things you can shoot in one weekend. WOW!

Alzbeta - Nice to meet you, as well! Because I only make it to that part of the state once or twice a year, I have to fit in all of my clients in one fell swoop… so it does get really crazy, but totally worth it! I think my years in college working for the paper and the PR department trained me when there were a million things going on in one day.