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Kylie and Doug were married at the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Sandy, Utah. Their reception was held at the Riverhorse On Main in Park City, Utah.  The cake was created by Granite Bakery. The DJ for the reception was Jonathan Marriott from Marriott Entertainment. I love this family and I am so excited to work with them again for Kylie’s sister Jillian’s wedding this coming summer!

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Katia and Juan were joined together in marriage on December 5th, 2013. This may have been one of the coldest mornings on record but you would never know it from looking at these two lovebirds.

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Nate and Whitney were married at the Tuscany Restaurant in Salt Lake City, Utah on July 16th. After working with these two on their bridal and engagement sessions it felt like I was in the company of old friends. Their friends and family were gracious and warm. One of my favorite moments of the day was when Nate’s Grandfather, accompanied by Eric Anthony, sang “Can’t Help Falling In Love” during the ceremony. There wasn’t a dry eye around. Tuscany Restaurant was beautiful as always and I feel fortunate to have been a part of this wonderful day.

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Congratulations to Nate and Whitney on their union last weekend at the Tuscany Restaurant in Salt Lake City, Utah. A full blog post will be coming in a few weeks.

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This was such a great day for a wedding. Despite the weather and other issue, this wedding went off without a hitch. We started the day off early. The girls and guys were supposed to have separate cabins. Due to a power issue they ended up having to share. Luckily these cabins were more like large homes with plenty of room for everyone. From there it was just a short 10 minute drive to Snowbasin Resort. Thunder storm after thunder storm blew over the mountain and the gondola ended up being closed down for the entire day. With the wedding planned at the Needles Lodge at the top of the mountain the plan was changed and everything was moved to Earls Lodge at the bottom of the hill. No matter where the ceremony ended up happening it was going to be incredible. There was just too much love and positivity for any other outcome. It was a long day and it wore me out but I had a great time and want to thank everyone involved for taking such great care of me.

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