Kansas City Wedding
Kansas City is often considered the heart of America, and it’s a gorgeous city for weddings. Whether you’re a native Kansas Citian or you’re planning a destination wedding – you’re in for a real treat when it comes to locations, venues and vendors.
Photo by Loose Mansion
Planning a Kansas City Wedding: Highlights of the City
Kansas City is said to be the ‘City of Fountains,’ claiming to have more fountains than any other city in the world, excluding Paris. From the fountains at Kauffman Stadium (the largest privately funded fountains in the world) to the 200 others scattered around the city, many are a beautiful sight to behold. Kansas City is also home to the Chiefs and Arrowhead Stadium, a venue that NFL fans are quite familiar with. Kansas City can also claim a certain stardom, having been the backdrop for major motion pictures like Truman, In Cold Blood, and Bruno.
Planning a Kansas City Wedding: Weather Considerations
The couple planning an outdoor Kansas City wedding will have a little more preparation than those who choose a gorgeous indoor venue. June, July, and August are the hottest months, with temperatures rising well above 90 degrees at times. Arrangements will be needed to protect the cake and food, and to ensure the comfort of the guests. In addition, a plan B will be needed in case of rain.
Tips for a Flawless Kansas City Wedding
During the planning phase, you should ensure that your vendors (caterer, DJ, etc.) can deliver to the location of your choice. Kansas City is rather large, and many vendors are limited geographically. If you’re planning a destination wedding, it’s important that you visit your venues and vendors, and become familiar with the area before the big day.
Photos by Kansas City wedding venue, Loose Mansion.