Alex and Sharra were married in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple on May 19, 2018. It was the perfect day for a wedding! Beautiful blue skies and warm weather, but not too warm. By the time I had photographed their engagements at Jordan Pines and their surprise-filled bridals at Thanksgiving Point, I felt like we had all become close friends. Their special day was filled with friends and family who had traveled far to be with them, and their intimate reception in Provo afterwards was the perfect opportunity to watch them interact so sweetly with their loved ones. My favorite part of the day – after them coming out as husband and wife – was the small session we fit in with Sharra and all 3 of her sisters in their wedding gowns! (Read on to see pictures!)
My favorite thing about photographing the Haleck family was how laid-back they were about the entire session and yet how perfectly everything came together, from their outfits to the lighting to the location!
Now booking mini sessions for Fall & Winter 2018!
I love doing these sessions! In the fall, the colors are beautiful, and I love capturing winter pictures for your Christmas cards! These mini sessions are just the right length for little ones' attention spans, and you can get your family pictures updated and sent out before the chaos of the holiday season begins! I'm doing more this year than ever before because demand the last 2 years has just grown so much. If you're a senior, engaged couple, or individual family, contact me here to book your spot - they fill up quickly!
The lavender fields in Mona, Utah are a gorgeous location, with the beautiful Wasatch range to the east, and Mona lake and golden, rolling hills to the west. This bridal shoot, styled by local photographer Heather Wrigley of Flying Gull Photography, combined the beautiful setting with a stunning bouquet and TWO exquisite lace wedding gowns.