Abby + Kansas | Timeless wedding at The Onley Place


August 20, 2021


This beautiful day was held at The Onley Place in Belvidere North Carolina. With an amazing field backdrop, flowers in bloom, and red barn, this was the perfect location for Abby and Kansas’s rustic summer wedding. On what may have felt like the hottest day of the year, these two showed nothing but poise and grace as they vowed to love one another until forever.

In the weeks leading up to the wedding day, Abby made the executive decision to move the ceremony indoors which I believe all her guests were praising “Hallelujah” when the day came 🙂 with the AC kicking, Abby and Kansas shared their vows and symbolized their union together with a sand ceremony while Pastor Dunlow prayed over their marriage.

Now, as with any wedding, this one was definitely “eventful”. With 100+ degree humidity, we had to adjust our schedule to make sure people weren’t outside too long. We even had a bridesmaid almost faint during portraits, but don’t worry she was fine!! We all had a good laugh after and coined the phrase “let’s make sure we don’t have another ‘Carmen’ happen” HAHA!!! Also, I saved Abby from a massive tarantula!! Ok well the spider may not have been thattt big ~ but friendly reminder ladies… spiders and bugs do love those tulle dresses so just be prepared 😉

Something I’ll never forget from this wedding is the way Abby and Kansas look at one another. They’re the kind of couple who are just so madly in love and fit together like a perfect puzzle piece. Throughout the entire day Kansas couldn’t help but stare at his beautiful bride and stay right next to her. A love this strong, with God as the center, is surely to last a lifetime. I feel so truly honored to have had the privilege of capturing their wedding!! May God continue to bless y’all in the years to come!!!


All my best,



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