SNAP Photography blog » Kansas City Wedding and Portrait Photography

Happy Easter everyone!  It’s been awhile since I put up a maternity shoot, but since Easter and spring is all about new life I figured I would post this maternity favorite!  New dad Marcus is a member of my beloved Kansas City Chiefs and to say I wasn’t a bit star struck would be a lie.  This was their first baby, and this shoot was actually a decent while ago, so now I’m wanting to hear how the REAL Chief of the family is doing.:)

Mama Courtney is naturally this beautiful, no Photoshop needed.


As the weather starts to warm, and I’m looking at getting out of my slow period of the year I wanted to get back to some of the families I didn’t blog over winter. These two families are darling, and as I got these ready noticed they both have redheads–which I just love. In my opinion they have the most fun.

First the Walshs–Kathy and I are friends and our daughters are in school together, is she not beautiful? She also is girls scout cookie coordinator extraordinaire.

Oh Tatum…how pretty!!!!!!

Then the Larsons, Kelly is part of the Burn fitness team and those ladies are so good, more on them later. Their littlest was hilarious….on the run!

I mean…..really? look at those eyes!?



There are few things better then a nice cold beer. I would say pretty sunlight, a hot cup of coffee with cream, baby’s breath….all compete. That’s why today’s featured wedding of Amy and Randy is so fun, Randy is one of the men behind and a brewer for Crane Brewing Company. They have recently launched a line of darn good beer!

Their small wedding was held at the Nelson Atkins on a pretty KC Fall day. I had not met them until that moment and it was instant ease, so relaxed they are. The following day they had a small reception at the brewery with yummy yummy desserts by 8 bit bakery and of course, beer. Bags were tossed, kittens were played with (they have a little litter they befriended at the brewery) and again I have to mention the desserts and beer!

Oh and I recommend the Orange Gose.