If there’s a word to describe this wedding, it would be nostalgic. It’s a mix of modern and vintage details that made it look outstanding. Cynthia’s wedding gown was far from the traditional dresses we see today, but it was so delicate and fine, she looked like a pixie on her solo shots in the garden setting. The quaint doors and structures also contributed a nice look on their photos, making it look like a modern fairy tale. But more than anything else, it was their happy faces that made a beautiful scene.
Wallace and Cynthia’s wedding was a perfect peg for Spring, Summer and Fall. It was all-embracing, no matter what season you are in. The colors also flattered the setting – which was outdoor. All the details and decors were cohesive. I also love their backdrop which was a castle-like structure. Everyone seemed joyful about this momentous occasion, as you see the big smiles in everyone’s faces as they welcomed the newly weds into a brand new phase in their life. Congrats and best wishes, Cynthia and Wallace!
Photographer: Logan Walker Photography
Cake Designer: Carrie’s Cakes
Floral Designer: Hillside Floral
Tuxedo and Mens Attire:Hugo Boss
Band: Joe Muscolino Band
Makeup Artist: Kristen Packard Makeup Artist
Reception Venue: La Caille Weddings and Events
Cinema and Video: Ryan Hinman Films
Ceremony Location: Salt Lake LDS Temple
Ring Designer:Tiffany & Co.