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.
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Teaming with photographer Elisha Braithwaite, Fuse planners Mara Marian and Kandace Reader take inspiration from the hot style and luxury of Palm Springs.
Words can’t describe it. In memory, it’s a colorful blur. You have to be there or see the pictures to understand the vivid colors, joyful crowds, glittering traditions and rambunctious music of an Indian wedding.
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.
Your perfect day deserves the perfect venue, no exceptions. Whether you’ve dreamt of an intimate gathering or a one-of-a-kind grand affair, the location of your wedding is one the most important decisions you will make. At Thanksgiving Point, your dreams can finally become a reality. As Megan Roberts – a professional event planner at Thanksgiving […]