Wednesday, September 22, 2010

{Cary & Carla Wedding} Provo, Utah Wedding Photographer

Remember Cary & Carla from when we did their engagements (if you forgot, click here!) Well, they got married this August and it was such a great wedding! While I was driving up to the Mount Timpanogos Temple, it was raining harder than I had ever seen in my entire life. I was so worried that none of their pictures would turn out and it was just got to be awful. Well, believe it or not, just minutes before they walked out of the Temple, it stopped raining. Not only did it stop raining, but it turned into one of the most beautiful days!

Their reception was held up Provo Canyon at Timpanogos Park. It was such an awesome reception. They had no line (yes!), had backyard games (boccie ball, croquet etc.), great food and the couple just went around and mingled with everyone.

Some people have requested that I share more photos from each session. So, starting this post, there are SO many photos for you to view! So that means more comments from you!

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4 comments:

  1. Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous! And THANK YOU for posting more! I love them all!

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  2. Beautiful pictures! Carla, you look gorgeous in the close ups of just you, and in the ones with you and Cary where you can see your beautiful dress! love it!

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  3. Remember that time when Carla said she never looked good in pictures?!?! YEAH RIGHT!!! Maybe it was the photographer that brought it out in her! THey are so great Sarah! I especially love the coming out of the temple succession of pics! That's awesome!

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  4. SarahRae, as I've said before, you have a wonderful talent, a creative eye, and an artistic way of capturing your subjects in a tender light.
    ~Dodd

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