Angela and Dallin got married on a cold winter day at the Bountiful LDS temple. Generally, photos are only taken outside the temple, but the Bountiful temple has a beautiful area downstairs that they allow photos for the cold weather times. And I am so glad we had that option! Poor girl, she was freezing. Here they are symbolically walking away into their new life. (Maybe a little cheesy, but I'm going to say it anyway!)
Now, Dallin grew up with all sisters and is an incredibly thoughtful person. He actually surprised Angela with this beautiful necklace the day before their wedding. So sweet!
As I mentioned, Dallin is the only boy in his family and as I've had the chance to get to know some of his sisters, I can't help but love them. Such a positive, caring, supportive family. And Angela fits right in. My favorite photos of all the job I've done are always of people laughing. I thought this one was a perfect moment:
There's always a big debate about having a family member photograph a wedding. I walked Angela through options of other photographers, looking at different styles, but she told me she's used to my photos and just likes my style. So, I brought an assistant I trusted and had him take the photos I needed to be in. Thanks Justin! It was neat being part of both, but I don't think I could have relaxed enough to sit and watch someone else do the photography for hers. I wanted to make sure it was done right and I wanted to be catching those moment. She's beautiful, and they are so happy, and the photography needs to show it. The balance between being part of the experience and working was surprisingly perfect for me. Exhausting! But definitely worth it.