What a gorgeous day it was for a wedding at the Salt Lake Temple!
It had rained most of May, so we were REALLY glad that it had stopped just in time for their wedding.
Katelyn and Scott had so many family and friends come and out and support them for their wedding. They barely fit on the stairs!
I think my favorite new trend is mismatched bridesmaid dresses. I love that all of these girls found such gorgeous Tiffany mint green to compliment the purples and pinks in Katelyn’s bouquet.
Lots of friends in their bridal party for sure!
Just look at her gorgeous hair and make up done by Alex Crabtree! Perfection!
These flowers are just yummy. Flowers Squared did an amazing job on them!
I love her cake by Granite Bakery. They did my cake too, a “few” years ago ;D
The natural light on the 9th floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building is perfect for an evening reception!
They served yummy pies at he reception that were as delicious as they looked.
This was their view as they had their reception line. Not bad. Not bad 😀
I was kind of obsessed with her engagement ring and took “a few” pictures. She got her ring at Sierra West where I got mine…I miss my ring! I lost it over three years ago 🙁
I love when grooms get their rings engraved.
Our view for the night.
Good times with good friends.
Got to hang out with my friend Chris McClain-one of the best videographer in the business for sure!
Love me a emotional first dance, daddy dance and mother son dance.
And then the party started!
Ended the night with a sparkler send off. They may have ran out too fast and literally ran into Chris and I and we may have made them do it again, haha, but it was awesome!
Videographer: Chris McClain Productions
Venue/linens/catering: Joseph Smith Memorial Building
Dress: The Bride’s Shop
Bridesmaid dresses: They bought their own
Rings: Sierra West Jewelers
Flowers: Flowers Squared
Decor: Bride and her mom
Photo Booth: Utah Jive Photo Booth
Cake: Granite Bakery
Hair/make up: Alex Crabtree
Flower girl dress: Nordstrom
Also check out the amazing teaser film by my friend Chris below: