One of the hardest things about bridal photos is waiting until after the wedding to blog about the shoot. We did Heidi’s bridals middle of February at Wheeler Farm and had a beautiful day. I knew when I took these pictures they were amazing and could hardly wait to show them. But we always make sure not to let the bridal photos out early in case the groom sees them and brings bad luck to their marriage. Well they are worth the wait.
She had originally hoped for snow but after enduring even the nicest day in February in a dress I think she was happy it wasn’t colder that it was. We try really hard to keep the bride comfortable because I believe you can see it in the photos. Maybe that’s why our brides always look so good.
It was so great working with Heidi during the bridal shoot I could tell we’d have a great time at the wedding too. I really like Heidi’s easy going approach to everything and I think that attitude added to her beauty.
They had the wedding and reception at the Rice Eccles Stadium. We were able to go down to the field and do some photos with the wedding party on the 50 yard line. It’s always a pleasure shooting at the U of U stadium and Heidi and Jason’s wedding colors complimented the stadium nicely, don’t you think?
Great time with Heidi and Jason. They really did it up right and created these amazing memories. I think it was good times for everyone.
We were asked by The Perfect Dress to shoot some of their beautiful models in their gorgeous dresses. All of these images were taken at McCune Mansion. This was a super fun shoot. McCune mansion is an awesome location. It has ornate woodwork everywhere inside and out, and a fabulous ballroom on the upper level. It’s a perfect venue for any fancy event, especially weddings. The Perfect Dress is great to work with. I was very impressed by their staff. Those girls were able to create the perfect look for each of the models using different dress styles, colors, and accessories.
Here are just a few images from the shoot…
I had the privilege of shooting Ashlie’s bridals at La Caille a few weeks ago. As you can see from the images, Ashlie is a stunning bride. It was so cold we had to keep running inside the La Caille restaurant to warm up every 15 minutes or so, but it was worth it. Here are a few images…
The first image on the left is my favorite of the bunch. The expression on her face is just perfect. I did a bit of coloring on this one, the original color of the doors is actually more of a pastel green.
La Caille has peacocks all over the place. This one here decided it wanted to be a part of Ashlie’s bridals.
These bridals and groomals were taken recently at the Utah State Capitol. The Capitol building is a great place to shoot bridals, especially in the winter time. We did go outside for a few poses. Jenna and Connor were good sports about braving the cold. They are a fun couple, and we came out with some beautiful images. Here are just a few of the hundreds that I took.
These bridals were actually shot a few weeks ago, but we’ve been so busy that I haven’t been able to post them until now. That and the fact that you can’t normally post bridals until after the wedding’s taken place. (I wouldn’t want Bridger sneaking around to see his bride before the wedding day.) Camilla and Bridger picked this beautiful location. It was a gorgeous home located on Walker Lane…very very nice neighborhood.