Chivalry tends to bring many images into our heads when we hear it. Images of a knight in shining armor ready to defeat an angry dragon attacking a town of women and children. In modern times, maybe it is someone literary taking the coat off of their back to give to someone they care about. As Nathan reached into his pocket and pulled out a handkerchief for Rachel, and as he held her bouquet for her at times during these winter formals at the Utah State Capitol, we realized that we were seeing a perfect image of modern chivalry. Not only was Nathan willing to do anything he could for his soon to be wife, he was prepared so that he could help her with anything that she needed.
Imagine the crowds cheering you on as you race off to your honeymoon! Wedding exits are worth every minute that they take on your wedding day, and are the perfect ending to one of the happiest days of your life! Find out our five favorite wedding exit ideas!
One of our favorite kinds of wedding grand exits is the sparkler exit. Sparklers look awesome in pictures and really end your wedding night in a way that is fun for our couples and their guests! Here are our top five tips for flawless sparkler exits!
Sparklers, fireworks, streamers, flower petals, bubbles, a getaway car, or a bike! The options for a wedding grand exit are endless. We love when our brides and grooms decide to do a grand exit to end their wedding reception! Here are four reasons why you should definitely do a wedding exit!
In Utah a lot of wedding receptions are different than they are in other states. LDS temple weddings are so much fun, but because many guests at these wedding don’t attend the ceremony in the temple, receptions tend to be completely different than traditional weddings. One of the traditions at LDS temple wedding receptions is to have a receiving line. Here’s why you should skip a receiving line during your LDS temple wedding reception.
When you hire a professional photographer for your wedding day, engagement, portrait, or family session, you are making an investment. It only makes sense because of your investment to make sure that you look your very best in those pictures! We do a lot of work while shooting and editing to make you look awesome, but we can’t replace your makeup or your how great your hair looks. One of our favorite artists is Hailey Gomez! Find out why here.
Isn’t it ironic? Don’t you think? Not only does having rain on your wedding day make for great poetry or music lyrics, but it can be super stressful! We’ve photographed rainy wedding days and even through the part where we get soaked, we still like to think of a rainy wedding day as a good omen! To help bring that good luck to you on your wedding day, if rain is in the forecast or if a surprise storm hits, here are our favorite pieces of advice for making the best of rain on your wedding day!
One of our favorite things about being a husband and wife photography team is that there are two of us! That means that you always will have a second shooter at your wedding or portrait session. Have you ever wondered why you should want to have two photographers at your wedding? Based on our experience having two photographers at your wedding or event is invaluable. Here are our top five reasons why you need two photographers!
“Keep it secret… keep it safe!” Six words that mean so much, were said to us as two rings were placed in the palm of our hands. This time, however, these words didn’t have anything to do with a hobbit, wizard, or a dark Lord. Find out why we are quoting Lord of the Rings and see more pictures from Jared and Brittiny’s wedding day in this blog post.
We have photographed getting ready details and bridal prep in many different types of locations. Shooting details in a hallway or in a field can still get you good getting ready pictures, but if you want an amazing getting ready experience here are our favorite five tips to choosing the best getting ready room!