Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Brynne & Eric's Simply Sweet Engagement Session at The Nelson Atkins Museum & The Kauffman Center

Brynne and Eric are two of the sweetest people you'll ever meet.  I first met them over coffee and  instantly felt the warmth of their personalities and their deep care and respect for each other.  Even amidst their busy schedules with Brynne at Law school, Eric getting his MBA and both working (oh, and planning a wedding!), they seem to take it all in stride and find time to enjoy life.   

Their January wedding will take place at the historic Loose Mansion here in KC and will have an Old Hollywood Christmas theme, which will be perfect for that setting and time of year!  I'm so excited to photograph such an unforgettable day in their lives as they're surrounded by family and friends.  

Here's a quick peek from their recent engagement session at The Nelson and Kauffman Center which was full of laughter and some oh-so-sweet moments.  Thankfully, the rain stayed away just until the last few moments of the session and we were able to take advantage of the gorgeous backdrop.  Enjoy!

Thanks again Brynne & Eric for choosing me to be your wedding photographer!  I can't wait to celebrate with you!

Allie Coyle

Kansas City Photographer

Monday, December 15, 2014

Jenni & Nate's Fall Engagement Session at The Nelson & West Bottoms Kansas City

It was a brisk (28 degree) morning when I met up with Jenni and Nate for their engagement session. And, even though none of us were expecting it to be such a chilly day, Jenni and Nate were amazing and didn't complain once.  In fact, they were excited when it started snowing and we were able to get a few shots in the beautiful, light flurries.  (But, what else would I expect from such an awesome, laid back couple?)

We started at the Nelson Atkins Museum and had the entire place to ourselves.  And, of course, what's a visit to the Nelson without a few photos by the shuttlecocks. :)  It was fun to watch Jenni and Nate interact as they are just so natural together... and in front of the camera!  We then ventured down to the West Bottoms and had a great time finding different backdrops of graffiti, abandoned buildings, brightly colored doors and remnants of railroad tracks.

Here's a quick peak of their session!
(Click on the image for a larger view) 

I have enjoyed getting to know Jenni and Nate and can't wait for their wedding next October!

Allie Coyle

Kansas City Photographer