Getting hitched alone or accompanied by only a few friends offers intimacy, beauty and, ultimately, a focus on what matters most: marrying the love of your life. Photographer D’Arcy Benincosa joins floral designer Sarah Winward to enlighten Utah couples on the art of eloping with unforgettable style.
· SLC LDS Temple & Utah State Capitol Building Wedding ·
David and Chelsea’s summer wedding at Utah’s capitol building oozes classic style.
Ryan and Susie first connected through a mutual friend. He says it was love at first sight.
This real wedding is a fairytale come true.
Megan and Jeffrey—who recently tied the knot at San Diego’s LDS Temple—have a church group to thank for their worlds colliding.
Grassy fields and soaring mountains provided the ceremony’s natural décor.
Jaime (a plastic surgeon) and Danielle (a preschool teacher) met on a blind date. The Los Angelenos dated for seven months before Jaime popped the question over the Fourth of July weekend. He proposed to Danielle with Champagne and roses in the same spot they subsequently were married a year later.
Shae and Sam met at a karaoke night their freshman year at Utah State University. They dated for a few months before Sam left on an LDS mission. Shae, too, went on a mission, but the couple reunited “right where we left off,” Shae says.
After the surprise proposal, Katelin and Tony set their sights on a Southern Utah wedding.
Marsala, Rose Quartz, Serenity and Radiant Orchid: Move over. You have nothing on 2017’s Pantone Color of the Year: Greenery.