Lindsey and Eric’s formals were taken in the Thanksgiving Point Gardens in Lehi. I loved photographing these two and walking around in the gorgeous scenery. If you haven’t had a chance to visit the Tulip Festival I highly recommend it. It makes for a gorgeous background and their pictures turned out to look like a fairy tale.
This dynamic duo are actually a success story from Tinder of all places! Eric sealed the deal by reenacting their first date and attending a comedy sketch where he ended up proposing to her on stage!
Lindsey’s lace dress is from Bridal Image in Bountiful. Eric’s stylish suit is from Combatgent. Her gorgeous bouquet was done by the talented Courtney at Florivore Events and her hair and make up was done by Samantha Bird Isom.
The train on Lindsey’s dress is stunning and her bouquet went really well with the spring blossoms. Spring is one of my favorite times of the year to shoot because of blossoms. It can also be tricky because of weather, but thankfully the storm cleared just in time for us to take these photos.
The night ended with one of the most gorgeous purple and pink sunsets. It was a really magical evening.
I wish the best to these two love birds! You can tell they are going to be very happy together.
Rachel & Hans formals were taken up Big Cottonwood Canyon. They were so fun and so natural together, and you could tell they are so excited to start their journey together. Rachel’s stunning dress is from Bridal Brilliance. The wind and her dress worked perfectly together in these photos! Hans’ suit is from Mens Warehouse and their flowers are from Provo Florist. Rachel’s ring was designed by Jose Casas.
Seriously, look at this gorgeous ring.
When I asked Hans if he could twirl Rachel, he lit up, and said, “Of course, I do that all the time!” it was adorable.
It was a pleasure taking Rachel & Hans formals. Stay posted for their wedding day photos!
Christian & Elena’s Wedding Day was beautiful! It was a gorgeous spring day that went back and forth from raining slightly to being sunny. They were wed at The Provo City Center Temple in Utah. He carried her out of the temple, which was adorable. I’ve never seen a groom carry his bride our before.
Christian’s suit is from Macys and Elena’s dress is from Margene’s Bridal in Idaho Falls. The two met while going to school in Idaho.
April is such a lovely time of year, especially when you can get some blossoms into the shots! The ground at the new Provo City Center Temple are stunning.
I am so happy that this old tabernacle was converted into a temple. I grew up going to the tabernacle for different events, and it’s wonderful to see it continue to serve the community.
The night ended with a dinner at the delicious La Jolla Groves in Provo.
And don’t forget the cupcakes from The Sweet Tooth Fairy for dessert! Some of which were gluten free!
I’m glad I go to photograph Christian & Elena’s wedding day. They are such a sweet couple and I wish them the best.
These Stone and Marsala Bridals were taken up Big Cottonwood Canyon. I worked with Utah vendors to put together this gorgeous styled session. On the day of our photo shoot it ended up being incredible windy. Thankfully I had some amazing assistants, Melissa and Courtney, to help out. We turned the crazy wind to our advantage and it helped give a dramatic flare to the photos. I want to thank everyone who donated their time and talents for these photos! Below are the names and websites of everyone who contributed.
Hair and Make up Artist: Hailee Day
Florist: Courtney Demmit-Rice
Graphic Designer: Melissa Mayr
Dress & Veil Rental: Opaque Weddings
Groom’s Suit: H&M
Models: Joseph & Haleigh Perry
I’m loving this bold floral head piece by Courtney Demmit-Rice at Florivore Events.
The rich lipstick and make-up done by Hailee Day contributes greatly to this look.
These invites by Melissa Mayr are so artistic and unique. They really added to our stone and marsala theme.
Lindsey and Eric’s engagements were taken at Cactus and Tropicals in Draper. The gorgeous greenhouse was a welcomed escape from the freezing Utah snow.
Lindsey’s lovely ring is pretty much to die for. We had some fun with the cacti.
Lindsey and Eric were so comfortable with each other, and it made the shoot a lot of fun. They could be relaxed and they could laugh and be silly. This dynamic duo met on Tinder of all places.
Another look at the ring. It’s really pretty.
We also braved the snow and took a few shots outside.
And then we went back in to the cozy greenhouse.
Elena and Christian’s engagements were taken at Tibble Fork up American Fork Canyon. The snow was very deep and we kept falling a foot or so down into the snow, but we had a great time of it and got these photos.
Zoe and John’s Fall Wedding was elegant and refreshing. They were sealed in the LDS Oquirrh Mountain Temple.
Their fall themed bouquet and boutonniere were a perfect fit for the season.
Pavlova was served at the reception!
Their reception was held at The Start Up Building in Provo decorated with twinkle lights and wreaths
One of the talented Brian Kershisnik’s paintings served as a beautiful backdrop for the event.
Loved this classic rice throwing exit!