Salt Lake Wedding Photography

by justin on April 10, 2014

in Weddings

I sure loved being photographer at the wedding of Ann and Kevin. They got married in Salt Lake City, then had their reception at Silver Fork Lodge in Big Cottonwood Canyon.

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Anonymous April 10, 2014 at 9:48 am

Oh my goodness; these pictures show SUCH a HAPPY event; I loved them all, but two stood out to me; the one of the men coming out of the church is just awesome. And, the one of the little kids is absolutely PRICELESS. One little boy has his shoulder around two little girls, and one little girl has crossed her legs…oh so Adorable. They are all great though. Looks like a marvelous wedding celebration.

Trilby Cope April 10, 2014 at 9:53 pm

Of course, as always, these shots are fabulous! You capture so many great moments. I especially love the one of the children lined up outside the door of the church. It is perfect.

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