Utah wedding vendors are amazing, aren’t they? Today I would like to start a series of blogs about Utah wedding vendors that I worked with. There are so many talented people in Utah. Many wedding photographers get lucky to work with those talented people.
Natalie Workman is one of them. She is not only a creative designer, but also one of the founders of Utah Fashion Week (ps, it’s coming soon!). 😉 Her dresses won me over from the first time I saw them at Utah Fashion Week last year. She uses a lot of lace, which makes the dresses look magical (you know how much I LOVE lace!). 😉 On top of everything she is such a pleasure to work with. She is always full of amazing ideas and is very professional and nice. I highly recommend you consider getting your wedding dress done by her, because you can be sure that your dress will not be only unforgettable, but also unique.
The dress that we used for this shoot reminded us of India. Our gorgeous model, Kim, styled the dress with bracelets and head piece to reflect more on Indian style. Luckily, the Krishna temple was in our area as well. I think the temple made it look more authentic and fun. I guess the only thing we are missing is an elephant? 🙂
Jessica Taukei’aho was amazing at make-up. This was my first time working with Jessica. And I absolutely loved her work. Kim’s make-up reminded me of a Disney princess Jasmin — so pretty and charming.
And of course, Kim looked stunning. Also, she was very brave to deal with those smoke balls. 🙂
This shoot was featured at Utah Valley Bride. I loved the name Utah Valley Bride gave to this photoshoot: Colors of Love.
May your life always have bright colors.