This real wedding is a fairytale come true.
Utah couple Sabree and Tate were lined up by their families. Tate proposed to her on their one-year dating anniversary at the Layton Bird Refuge. He had a painting made for her, which he had waiting at the refuge.
Michelle and Braden began as friends in high school, but they weren’t interested in dating one each other until college.
Local couple Quinn and Erika first met at a mutual friends’ wedding. Erika was a bit hesitant to jump into a relationship, but Quinn was patient and their love blossomed over time.
What do, The Beatles, a Volkswagon bus and a record player all have in common? They’re part of the details that make up this beautiful boho-chic styled shoot.
Bria and McKay were both returning home to Utah from their LDS missions when their worlds collided.
Elizabeth and Alec first met in Washington D.C. She was working as in intern and he was there visiting friends. This Spanish-themed wedding is lively and vibrant.
Desert-themed weddings are on the rise, and what better place to host a desert wedding than well, in Utah’s deserts. We are loving this boho-styled shoot by photographer Carly Jensen. Inspired by warm burnt-orange fall colors and destination elopements, Carly and her team created this free-spirited look. Here are nine ideas to help you get the most gorgeous nuptials.
Congrats! You’re engaged. Now that he’s popped the question, what happens next? Choosing the date, picking the perfect dress, and finding the venue can seem daunting at first, but we have some secrets to success for you.
Nathan and Bryan celebrate their union among the copper and crevices of Utah’s iconic Natural History Museum of Utah.