Hayley & Ryan were married on a gorgeous August day at the Fellowship Bible Church in Topeka, KS! You guys…I’m so excited to share more about their day because it was amazing! There were so many emotional moments that just made my heart so full! Like Hayley’s sweet first look with her dad! Then, of course, Ryan & Hayley’s first look. It’s probably one of my favorite first looks to date! You could just feel their excitement!

But one of my favorite parts of their day was when Ryan & Hayley washed each other’s feet. It was incredibly special! I’m not exaggerating when I say it was probably one the sweetest & most emotional things I’ve ever witnessed! You can ask Caleb…it brought me to tears! Their whole day was just so Christ-centered!

I remember from their engagement shoot how adorable these two are together! It’s pretty impossible not to feel their love for each other! Another favorite from their day was when they stopped for sno cones with their bridal party!  I’m a huge sno cone lover so of course, I loved this idea!

I’m so happy these two let me sneak them out for some stunning sunset photos during their reception! We feel so honored we were able to capture their special day! IBut enough of my ramblings, it’s time to check out their photos! I hope you’re prepared to feel all the feels because Hayley & Ryan’s day is sure to do that! I just LOVE their photos!! Hope you enjoy!

In His Love,

Joee

Rustic Romantic Church Wedding Topeka KS


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Hayley & Ryan | Rustic Romantic Church Wedding | Topeka, KS

August 17, 2017

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