Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Utah Wedding Photography - Jen + Jon

Jen + Jon
May 28, 2011
Sandy, Utah


BEFORE THE WEDDING

Occupations: Chemist/software developer

How the couple met: Swing dancing

How he proposed: Um... in the bathroom after I got out of the shower.
I sat on the toilet in shock when he knelt.

Bridal shower/Bachelorette party: Too shy

Bachelor party: "Strippers lack musicality. It's just depressing"

WEDDING
Ceremony Place: Our home

Date: May 28th, 2011


The bride wore: Maggie Sottero


The groom wore: Jones New York

RECEPTION

Reception Place: our home

Wedding music: iPod

Wedding song: Cara Mia

Menu: Avocado roast beef salad, sou vide short ribs with carrot puree,

asparagus with prosciutto, and seafood pasta


Cake: German chocolate with marshmallow fondant, although the top tier

was rice crispy treats, due to allergies in the family.


Theme: homemade


Flowers: NONE! My bouquet was made by my mother-in-law with antique

jewelry from my grandmothers.


D├ęcor elements: well, just our house.


Unique details: Crocheted table runners, string sphere lamps, banners


MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT


Bride's answer: Me almost crying and him making faces at me during the

ceremony


Groom's answer: Cake in her face!


WEDDING ADVICE


Oh, it's over so fast. You hear everyone say "It's just one day," but truly, it is merely that: a day. It is a first day of many happy ones, but it is only one day. Be kind to people and don't obsess about the

details, because you won't care on the day, and your relationships mean so much more and any silly detail. Also, people don't go to these things to be be mean. Everyone is there to love you and support you, so don't be scared. And think, what do YOU remember about other weddings you've gone to? It's not the pew bows, it's how happy the couple was. make sure the wedding is merely a means to an end. It's the marriage you want anyway.























VENDORS

Rings: Philip & Co

Invitations: Handwritten, paper from Xpedex

Rehearsal dinner: Biaggi's. They have a great menu for people with

allergies, and have private rooms.

Guest book: We had note cards and envelopes, so our guests could

privately share marriage advice with us. The advice we got was so good,

I would recommend this to everyone!

Photography: Opiefoto

Bridal gown: Gallery by Lynette (Blech, don't recommend)

Alterations: same as above

Hair and Makeup: Nikki DeRoest

Groom's Tux/Suit: Men's Wearhouse

Decorations and rentals: Diamond rental

Catering: Groom cooked

Cake: Bride baked

Venue: Our home

Entertainment/Music: iPod

Officiant: Rev. Anita Gordon


1 comment:

Taylor said...

The bride is SO amazingly beautiful that she would have looked incredible in a flour sack. However, if there was a problem with her wedding dress vendor, it is helpful to other brides to detail the nature of the problem. I did a little research and that vendor has any negative reviews from public websites "removed for verification." That does not seem ethical. :(