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Weston and Rachel: Utah Wedding Photographer

 
Where do I start with this wedding? Everything was absolutely perfect.
Let me begin by telling you how we met.
Rachel is very close friends with one of my previous brides. In fact, she tagged along to this bridal session, and I just loved her fun personality and zest for life! I was so pleased to get an email from her a few weeks later asking me to document her own big day.
I didn’t meet Wes until the morning of the wedding, and I was so impressed with his obvious adoration for his bride. Since photography is not allowed during LDS temple wedding ceremonies, the first time we spoke was right after this lovely couple was pronounced husband and wife. I remember offering my hand to introduce myself, and instead Wes exclaimed, “I’m so happy! It’s so good to meet you!” And then he proceeded to give me a bear hug. I just knew this was a special couple and that they were going to be very happy together! 
After doing family and couple portraits at the Salt Lake City LDS temple, my husband {who makes the occasional appearance as my assistant} and I hopped in the car and began the long drive to Orangeville, UT where a beautiful, charming backyard reception awaited us. I couldn’t get over the fact that we had to take a dirt road to get there! We were greeted by an oasis of quaint gardens and whimsical fields filled to the brim with yellow sagebrush. It was beautiful. 
In addition to their obvious love for each other, I was so impressed with this couple’s love for family. I recently found out that Wes’ sister, Natasha, was diagnosed with stage four melanoma cancer. Within hours, Rachel, Wes, and their family members formed this organization to help raise money for Tasha’s cancer treatments. Check out their facebook page and blog to follow her journey and to find out how to help. Wishing you all the best!
Ciao Bella!
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