“I never wanted to look like a ‘bride’ with the big white dress. It’s just not me.”
Rachel and Joey met at California Polytechnic State University where they were study partners during a Beatles Music Appreciation class. Two years later, Joey (a sales and marketing executive for his family’s company, Treehouse California Almonds) proposed to Rachel.
This real wedding proves that the Utah State Fair Park is a lovely venue.
Surrounded by the natural elements of the outdoors. This styled shoot is simple yet elegant.
Utah photographers, Julie and Nathan Argyle of Convincing Image photography teamed up with some talented local vendors to create this dreamy Autumn wedding styled shoot.
As mountain hues switched from fall to winter, Californians Erin and Brandon married in the candlelit comfort of a slope-side ski lodge.
Cailley Chakeen & Andrew Tonn – 10.3.15 THE COUPLE Long before Cailley and Drew settled into a newlywed life operating their own farm, Harris Buttes Ranch in Montana, mutual friends introduced the two Salt Lake City dwellers. Three years later, Drew proposed after a skinny dip—yes, a skinny dip—in an isolated Montana pool in Swan Valley. […]
Before moving to Utah, Christina and Ryan planned their wedding from Chicago. “I had always dreamed of a late-fall or early-winter wedding, but in Chicago, that meant it would be have to be indoors,” Christina says. “I had fallen in love with the mountains on our previous trips to Utah.”
University of Utah students Maggie and Spencer were longtime high school sweethearts in Philadelphia. After six years of dating (two of which were long distance), it was no surprise that Spencer proposed the week he returned to Salt Lake from his LDS Mission.
“Keegan and I both love the outdoors and wanted to incorporate the woodsy beauty of the Utah Mountains into our Fall wedding.”