Sunflowers and sage.
It felt like we were driving into the middle of nowhere. We totally were. Parking the car we saw a green valley in the middle of a beautiful red rock canyon. When I arrived it was just a few friends and the groom setting up chairs in a field surrounded with breathtaking mountain views. As I began photographing the location and the details, I began to have a deep appreciation for this place and knew exactly why Ann and Scott choose this location. The creek and the birds sang in harmony and it was breathtaking. …
The guests soon arrived in groups via charter busses from their Park City, UT hotel. The men carried down coolers of drinks and the women brought gifts and flowers. As each guest crossed the bridge they were greeted by a bow-tied and happy pooch. Blue skies and an open pavilion decorated with up-cycled bottles, reclaimed wood, and plenty of wildflowers.
Next the bride and her bridesmaids arrived. Each bridesmaid was dressed in shades of blue, different dresses to flatter each beautiful woman. They held simple, lovely, bouquets of white hydrangeas while they anticipated the event to come.
The rest of the evening was the picture of pure love and happiness. The ceremony was beautiful and intimate. The couple planned a wedding where they could be exactly in their element and surrounded themselves with loved ones, good food(Pat’s BBQ), and beautiful scenery. Everyone was happy, well fed, and full of love.
Thank you Ann and Scott, I was blessed to be a part of this special event.