Becca and Johnny are the epitome of the perfect couple. So it follows that their wedding day was perfect–complete with the occasional worry, a bit of stress and permeating bliss. (Good idea: getting married at sunset.)
I always want to wrap my arms around my clients and thank them, so sincerely, for letting me be so up close and personal with their big day. It takes real strength to let someone who was a stranger a few months before get close enough and deep enough to really tell the story–and I am so grateful for that opportunity.
Becca and Johnny have two of the most infectious smiles ever created–together, they light up entire rooms–and the entirety of Temple Square, mind you. No less than six strangers came up to Becca and Johnny and asked to take photos of them for various reasons–the real truth? They’re magnetic. People just want to be around them. It was such a thrill to witness their incredible souls united, forever and ever and ever. (Okay, that was dripping with sappy. It was that great. I can’t help it.)
Becca and Johnny, thank you so much for allowing me the privilege of documenting your amazing love and the beginning of your life together. It was an honor.
Flowers: Calie Rose (you know how I feel about her already–book.her.now.)
Dress: Prom dress from Dillard’s, altered by Design by Deanne
Veil: Design by Deanne
Hair: Ashley at Salon on the Ave
Groom’s Suit: Hugo Boss
Venue: The Lion House and Salt Lake City Temple