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Bishop Wedding | Provo, Utah Wedding Photographer

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John + McCall Formals | Provo, Utah Wedding Photographer

John and McCall are a dating app success story! They love concerts, going on adventures together, and being outdoors. Definitely my kind of couple!! These beautiful Utah lakeside formals were so much fun to take!

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Katie + Devin | Provo, Utah Engagement Photographer

I'll be the first to admit that I have off days! TERRIBLY off days. As I was driving down to Provo for Katie and Devins engagement session I was definitely having one of those days. I was nervous that I wouldn't be able to focus during their session...but these two have such a fun energy around them they can lift anyone out of a funk! And that's exactly what happened.

We ran all around the mountains for their engagement session, and NEVER. STOPPED. LAUGHING! It was such a fun night!

My favorite part about engagement sessions is that they are never really about the pictures. It's all about having fun, giggling, and making memories. We get some fun pictures out of it too, but I think that's just an added bonus ;)

 
 

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The Chadwick Wedding | Utah Valley Wedding Photographer

Maddie was one of the first people I met when I moved to Utah. She is also from Washington, and we both had curly hair so OBVIOUSLY we had to be friends!! Our freshman year was such a great year, where so many of us in that friend group found each other and got married. It was so great to see Maddie and Taylor's relationship from the beginning, and all the way to their new beginning. I'm so excited for them and this beautiful life they get to live together!

 

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The Halle Wedding | Provo, Utah Wedding Photographer

Yay for big families! I love photographing the happy couple surrounding by a bunch of people who are happy for them and there to celebrate their love with them. Loved spending the day with this beautiful couple down in Provo, Utah photographing their wedding and I wish them all the best wishes for their future together!

 

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The Perfect LDS Wedding Day Timeline

This is a sample timeline for you. This timeline minimizes downtime during your wedding, while still allowing enough time to enjoy the day. Keep in mind travel time! This is just a suggestion. *Pack the car the night before!

8:00 Breakfast! (make sure you eat a good breakfast! It will be a while until your next full meal, you don’t want to be hungry).

8:30 begin getting ready (blast your favorite jams, have your favorite girls around you!)

10:30 snack
11:00 Arrive at temple (usually an hour early. Make sure you have your recommend, temple bag, and wedding dress).

12:00 sealing (The best tip I have for this is put someone in charge of bringing pens and notecards. After the sealing while people are waiting for you to exit, have them pass out the cards and pens and ask people to write down what the sealer said or what they remember from the sealing. You won't remember much after the day is gone)

1:00 exit! (Be sure to open the door yourself, don’t have a temple worker open it for you. Throw those hands in the air! YOU’RE MARRIED! Give a kiss so we can all cheer. Then hug your momma’s!)

1:00-2:30 Pictures 

3:00-4:00 Luncheon

5:00-7:00 Reception

5:00-5:45 receiving line/mingling

5:45-6:15 first dances & cake cutting (it's important to cut the cake early into the reception so it can be cut up and served! Other wise it just goes to waste)

6:15-6:45 dancing/more mingling

6:45 throw bouquet & get ready to leave (If you want to take food with you, or some of the cards you received, put someone in charge of making sure that's taken care of so you don't carry it as you exit. Also put someone in charge of passing out the sparklers/bubbles/glowsticks etc. AND DON'T FORGET THE LIGHTERS)

7:00 Exit!