Anyone up for a little throwback Thursday? I am finally getting to blog this wedding! I am slowly but surely catching up!!
Kimberly and Tristan got sealed at the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple last August! It was a perfect day! They got married early in the morning. It was the quickest LDS sealing I have ever hear of! They got sealed on the hour, and within about 20 minutes, family members were heading out of the temple! Usually, the wait is at least 45 minutes!
I could just tell that these cute people were just so excited to be married to each other. The way Tristan looks at Kimberly is enough to make anyone's heart melt. They had so much support from their friends and family. They just all had so much fun celebrating their marriage.
And then there was the crazy dance party that happened at Gardner Village in South Jordan. Seriously! They had a conga line. There were kids dancing all around, and the groomsmen and bridesmaids were not holding any dance skills back. I'm pretty sure it doesn't get much more fun than that!
You'll really want to check out their bridal session that happened in Albion Basin. Click here to check that out!
This boy and girl who are in love, play the ukulele together. Can it get anymore perfect than that? Pretty sure it cannot! We found a cute log, set them down and I made them serenade me. Even though I asked them to play, they couldn't take their eyes off each other. As they sung and played "Lava" I could tell, that they were so infatuated with each other. And it wasn't going away anytime soon.
Michelle and Darren have to be one of the cutest, most in love couples I have ever photographed! It is so completely obvious that they have the hots for each other! I would ask them to look at each other and without asking, it always ended up in a kiss. I mean, just look at the way Darrel looks at Michelle. It is priceless.
Cade and Hannah are both singers. They both attended a choir festival at the University of Wyoming where Hannah was chosen to perform a solo in front of everybody. And that's when Cade started his crush. They didn't officially meet for two years when they were both in the civic choir. They became Facebook friends and he would like her stuff and she thought, "Poor kid...never gonna happen."
A few weeks before the session, Norma's sister reached out to me asking if I could photograph two families and a couple session. I thought that this was a little odd, until it was all explained to me! George was planning to propose to Norma, but wanted both of their families to be there to support them. And that is exactly what happened!
This love story is one for the books! It is seriously so cute! Utah Lake was so good to us for their engagement session! And I just want to point out that Heather is a princess. She really is! She performs as a disney princess on the weekends! You look at how she looks at Taylor and you can tell that she has found her prince!