Mr. and Mrs. Osborn | The Bungalow and Payson Temple

On a wonderful, unusually warm day in March, Kylie and Jacob were sealed in the Payson, Utah Temple! It had snowed just the day before and I honestly was worried about mud and it being so gloomy and cold. But it was just the opposite! I got to the temple a little early and found that it was going to be one of the busiest weekends of the spring! BYU was on spring break and so all the lovers were getting hitched during their three day weekend. 

I met up with the videographer, Reggie Ann Film + Photo and we started scouting for the best spots. A lot of people want pictures right in front of the temple. And although the front of the temple is beautiful, it isn't the best lighting wise! So I will search around the temple for the best spot. Although I do love the big group photos right out front! 

There was a buzz in the air, waiting for Mr. and Mrs. Osborn to come out of the temple. Sisters and cousins, aunts and uncles were all so happy for these two. There were little nephews dancing around making everyone's heart light. And when they finally came out, there was nothing but smiles and joy on all sides! 

After family pictures and bridals at the Payson Temple, there was a very short break to grab a dirty soda and some lunch. And then it was time to head to the Bungalow in Pleasant Grove! The Bungalow is one of my favorite venues! It is gorgeous inside and out. Even in the early spring! 

We had some time before the reception started and so we took advantage by doing some more bridals and even getting a pretend first dance in there! Jake and Kylie are pretty much obsessed with each other, so it didn't take a lot to convince them to do so. 

Inside, there was a lot of hustle and bustle getting all of the beautiful and personal details in place. There is nothing that makes my little photographer heart happier, than seeing the amazing couple I get to hang out with everywhere at their reception through pictures. Everywhere you looked, there was a picture from their bridal session. And it was beautiful! This is one of the reasons why, I love doing bridal sessions a few weeks before the wedding. 

When we were doing the bridal session, Jake realized that he had locked his keys in his car! That would have made a very difficult getaway at the end of the night. Luckily with a couple of phone calls, AAA came to the rescue and saved the wedding night! 

The evening went perfectly. With a cake from the Provo Bakery and crepes supplied by the Bungalow, we all definitely got our sugar fix for the night. Jake, with keys in hand swooped the love of his life away for a quick honeymoon before the semester started up again at BYU. 

I loved being a part of the special day. It could not have been more beautiful or perfect!