Chance can hit any one of us unexpectedly. Sometimes, that chance can change a life forever. For Rob and Elizabeth, this chance struck them both at the same time. They were each on a separate work trip and ran into each other randomly a few times at the hotel they were both staying at. During each encounter they hadn’t said a word to each other. To make things even more of a coincidence, they both saw each other at the airport when leaving and decided to sit by each other. From there, the conversation flowed and they began to see each other when they got home to Utah. They both just felt like everything was so right and that they were connected. During their red and black Oak Hills spring wedding in Layton, it was clear to see that the stars had definitely aligned!
One aspect of the wedding day that was clearly important for Rob and Elizabeth was family. After a year like 2020, everyone was so happy to see each other again, and Rob and Elizabeth made it a special day not just for them, but also for their family. From having Elizabeth’s twin brother officiate the ceremony, the Pitbull song that was played during their recessional after saying their “I do’s”, to having a celebratory pinata for the grandkids, and dancing with family through the night, this wedding was full of fun and happiness that nobody seemed to want to end!
Rob and Elizabeth! It’s been so fun to get to know you and your story. We had so much fun during your red and black Oak Hills spring wedding. We hope the best for you both and are excited to see how your marriage will continue to grow. Keep connecting and having fun!
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Shout-out to these vendors!
Floral: Willow Specialty Florist
HMUA: Mandi Williams
Rings: McKay Diamonds
Dress: David’s Bridal
Suits: Tuxedo Junction