Sunday House Wedding Photos | Delray Beach, FL Photographer | Megan and Kipp

Megan and Kipp

Modern couple Megan and Kipp are a fun, vibrant pair who were wed at the Sundy House just before Christmas Day. Their unique style and ability to go with the flow came in handy for their ceremony. Nothing could stop these two from saying “I Do” including a medical emergency and their photographer falling into a fish pond! Megan and Kipp just roll with the punches which is a great characteristic for a strong marriage.


The Couple

Megan, was born in Philadelphia, has a heart of gold and is the executive for a non-profit organization. She also has an identical twin sister. Megan was initially attracted to Kipp’s dimples, and he was easy to get along with. Their first date on New Year’s Day was a sign that the rest of her year would be just as great.

Kipp was born in Kansas City, Missouri and played semi-pro football. He is an avid lover of the Kansas City Royals and even has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics. Kipp was initially attracted to Megan’s eyes and her kind heart. The couple met online and after their first date, Kipp knew she was the girl for him.


The Engagement

Kipp was a little nervous proposing to Megan at the Colony Hotel in Delray Beach, Florida. The setting was serene and perfect for a magical proposal. When the time came, Kipp got down on one knee and asked the question that would change both of their lives. Megan enthusiastically replied “yes” and then Kipp put her ring on the wrong hand. As Kipp began to stand up, he noticed he had gotten down on his bad knee and needed a little assistance standing back up. The couple had a good laugh and excited to share their future together.


The Wedding Day and Ceremony

The wedding day began with a little drama as the Bride’s mother had a medical emergency. The couple almost stopped the ceremony but felt that it would be best to continue. The Bride’s uncle took the place of her father to walk Megan down the aisle, as her father was tending to her mother in the hospital. Megan was a little shaken but was a strong, stunning Bride walking down the aisle. All of the Groomsmen wore Kansas City Royals cufflinks to represent their favorite team.  The officiant, who was chosen for photogenic appearances alone, pronounced Megan & Kipp man and wife, and the party could begin!


The Reception at the Sundy House

The reception at Sunday House was filled with music, dancing, and great food. The music was provided by Let’s Party DJ and Entertainment. The Bride and Groom had taken dance lessons for their first dance, and they nailed it. A flawless performance. While cutting the cake, Megan tried to wipe icing on Kipp, but as he said, his cat-like reflexes and mongoose style speed proved too much. This couple knows how to have fun.  Both Megan and Kipp were very emotional during the reception, but both agreed it was simply wonderful. The couple thanked their guests for attending and were thrilled to be embarking on their honeymoon and new adventure as man and wife.  


The Honeymoon

Kipp and Megan are planning a trip to Alaska later this year and are in the process of buying their first home together. The hope to start a family soon but are enjoying the newlywed life for now.


Sunday House Wedding Rings PhotoSunday House Bride with Bouquet PhotoSunday House Bride with Dress and Bouquet PhotoSunday House Groom PhotoSunday House Bride and Groom Reflection Kiss PhotoSunday House Bride and Groom Kiss PhotoSunday House Bride and Groom Beach Embrace PhotoSunday House Bride and Groom Nighttime Beach PhotoSunday House Bride and Groom Backlit on Bridge PhotoSunday House Bride Wedding Shoes Photo


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Creative Team


Photographic Team Members:  Lenisse Komatsu   Maibel Ziello

Location: The Sundy House:

From Roehm With Love:

Two Fat Cookies:

Let’s Party DJ & Entertainment:

Reinhardt Productions:

Calligraphy By Marcelle:



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