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Payson Utah Temple Wedding | Priscilla & Justin

Priscilla & Justin were married inside the recently-built Payson Utah Temple.  No cameras are allowed inside so I joined them after their ceremony for some group photos and a few portraits around the exterior:

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After the temple ceremony in Payson their evening reception was inside the Harvest Park Event Center in Mapleton: Harvest Park Event Center ExteriorHarvest Park Event Center Dress and ShoesHarvest Park Event Center Exterior Bride Getting ReadyHarvest Park Event Center Wedding Details Have you ever had a Jdawg? DELICIOUS!  I’ve been dreaming about them ever since we flew back to Colorado.

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Cake in a jar–I love this!Wedding Cake in a mason jarI’ll be honest–I got a little teary-eyed during Priscilla’s dance with her father.  There’s almost always a moment at every wedding that makes me a bit emotional, and at this one, this dance was it:Harvest Park Event Center DancingHarvest Park Event Center Bouquet TossHarvest Park Event Center Bride and Groom first dance

Congrats Priscilla and Justin!

Wedding Info

Florist: Wright Flowers

Reception Venue: Harvest Park Event Center

Catering:  Jdawgs

Cake:  Little Cake Shop

Dress: Moonlight bridal

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Lyons Wedding | Julia & Eric

Earlier this month Julia and Eric were married in Lyons on Julia’s family’s amazing property.  I’ve been excited to shoot their wedding since the moment Julia contacted me about it.  You see, Julia and I go way back. :) When I was a senior in high school I worked at Lyons Elementary School as part of their after-school child care program.  She was the sweetest little second-grader and one of my favorites.  During library time we would grab blank paper, pencils and books and practice drawing characters from its pages. I’m pretty sure in my box of old high school stuff I still have a picture that Julia drew for me. :) Nine years later I took Julia’s high school senior portraits. That session is still one of my very favorites.  Though my memory is a bit hazy, I’m pretty sure I remember Julia mentioning a thing or two about Eric while I was taking her senior portraits.  So when Julia emailed me last summer with news of their engagement I just couldn’t wait to photograph their wedding.  Julia, I still think of you as that sweet second-grader I knew so well sixteen years ago and I think you’ve found a perfect match in Eric.  Congratulations!




The first look was by the giant maple tree in front of Julia’s parents’ house.  The same tree, in fact, that they stood by and got photos next to before heading to prom. :)lyonsWeddingFirstLook



lyonsWeddingCeremony5lyonsWeddingCeremony4lyonsWeddingCeremony6During the ceremony guests held a small “wishing stone.” Near the end of the ceremony they were asked to say out loud a wish or a prayer, to the stone, for Julia and Eric:lyonsWeddingCeremony1lyonsWeddingCeremony7
The bird seed exit:lyonsWeddingCeremony8




Wedding Info:

Coordinator: At Your Service 

Florist: Living Arts Floral Design

Band: Deja Blu

Officiant:  Sandi Rickert

Caterer:  KT’s BBQ

Cake:  Whole Foods

Hair/Makeup: Captivate Beauty Services

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