Downtown Salt lake city
Oquirrh Mountain Temple

Ethan + mccall

Ethan and McCall knew exactly what they wanted, and they wanted it downtown. With absolutely magnificent light, downtown Salt Lake City provided the perfect urban landscape that these two were looking for. With an LDS temple wedding in the wide open landscape of the Oquirrh Mountain Temple, these two put together a perfect combination of urban landscape and open space. They wrapped things up with a quick reception at the Publik Coffee Roasting Company, in downtown Salt Lake City.

Little Cottonwood canyon
Alta Peruvian Lodge

Brian + Lynn

Brian and Lynn wanted something different. And they knew how to do different. Brian's brother hopped online and got his ministry license and married them. They both had each of their friends share some words during the ceremony. You just can't get any more real and down to earth than these two, along with all their friends and family. Alta Peruvian Lodge is a perfect rustic venue for that homegrown local feel.  And was exactly what these two were hoping for.

Jackson + Christina

Jackson and Christina! Seriously, could you get any more adventurous than these two?! Within 30 minutes of making things official, these two were in their boots on their skis, and ripping it down the mountain. Well, ok. It was just a quick run down Chickadee, with all their friends and family cheering them on from the tram balcony. But it was pretty epic. One thing that is for sure, you could not have a more spectacular view that these two at their reception.

Nicholas + Miranda

Nicholas and Miranda are the perfect example of how to put class and style into a wedding. Throw in the most spectacular sunset ever, and you have the perfect wedding day. And maybe you didn't know this, but you can rent out the Utah State Capitol rotunda for your event. It's awesome! Especially with an amazing live band.

Honestly, it's kind of difficult to describe how incredible Neha and Nish's wedding was. It was also incredibly long! 3 Days of celebration at the Sundance Mountain Resort. Packed with brilliantly colored traditional celebrations like the Haldi Celebration. By the end of the first day I felt like I was a part of this wonderful family. Family and friends traveled from across the country and half way around the world.

Jacob + Lauren

It's a long drive from the home base, but I always love getting the chance to film in the Cache Valley. The Logan temple was the third LDS temple in Utah to be build. It is a classic and couples often choose to make the extra effort to travel up to Logan for their wedding. Lauren and Jacob have country in their genes. So the Cross E Ranch was the perfect place for their Fall wedding reception.