Photographer’s Remarks: “While some girls grow up envisioning their wedding, Darrah grew up envisioning a career in paleontology. Thus it was perfectly fitting — once she fulfilled that career goal and found a fellow scientist with whom to spend her life — that the day they tied the knot would come with plenty of dinosaur details!
“Among these were the plush dinosaur their flower girl carried down the aisle and the many DIY dinosaur centerpieces at their reception (which were Dollar Store finds they spray-painted gold), as well as a DIY photo booth featuring dinosaur and paleontology details.
“The bride and groom even did a dance with their bridal party to the song I Am a Paleontologist by They Might Be Giants — leaving no question for any of the guests as to what the day’s theme was!
“And even items that didn’t fit that theme so overtly still had subtle tie-ins. Case in point: The bride’s massive, brightly colored bouquet, which she described as ‘clurassic’ — a cross between classic and Jurassic.”
Photographer: Wisdom-Watson Weddings
Event Venue: Abe and Jake’s Landing
Dress Store: Belle Vogue Bridal
Ring Designer: Brilliant Earth
DJ: Myers Mobile DJ Services
Jewelry: Riddle’s Jewelry
Beauty: Salon 101
Caterer: Taylor Made Catering
Event Designer: The Veil KC
Floral Designer: Turner Flowers & Country Store