Sharra and Alex had the most beautiful bridal session in late April at the gardens at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi, Utah. It was a big change from the snowy engagements we did earlier in the year at Jordan Pines in Big Cottonwood Canyon, but just as magical. The tulip festival was going on, so there were flowers everywhere, and all the trees were in full bloom, as well! To top it all off, Sharra had the sweetest surprise for Alex at the end of the session - a gift from her father, who recently passed away, for Alex - scroll down to see it!
I had so much fun taking Madi & Tony's engagement photos. They drove all the way from Ogden to have photos taken at Tibble Fork, but their GPS took them the wrong way, and they got stuck in the snow (!) so we ended up meeting in the middle at Sundance Resort. We laughed through the entire session. Tony is hilarious and kept us smiling. They met when they were coworkers, but never dated until they saw each other again at a mutual friend's wedding. Tony said, "I thought she looked stunning and we spent the wedding hanging out with each other and just had to ask her out but got really nervous and eventually did it over Facebook....laaaame!" Lame or not, it worked, and I loved seeing their love for each other and how sweet they were together!
Kandice and Jentry met me up American Fork Canyon at Tibble Fork Reservoir for their first look and formal session back in January. It was SO cold, but you wouldn't even know it by their smiles! My favorite details were their amazing boots! Both come from farming backgrounds and their families live near me, out in Cedar Fort and Eagle Mountain area. It shows through in their kindness, their loyalty to their friends, and their amazing work ethics!