Utah photography locations are so pretty! I knew I would like working with Jacob and Janae ever since they said “yes” to driving to the Little Sahara Sand Dune Park. It took us about 2.5 hours to get there, but it was totally worth it. I am a big fan of simple backgrounds. I think they are the best, because it draws attention to the couple instead of the busy background. And on top of everything, the sand dunes’ colors are so pretty. With all being said, I’m so glad we went there. As a tip for photographers, it turned out to be really nice to go there when the park itself is closed. No four wheelers. 😉
Also, I wanted to say a few words about Jacob and Janae. These guys are so wonderful. It made me so happy to see how much they love each other. The first thing they told me after the ceremony was “it’s so exciting to be married! This is a wonderful feeling because you are married to a best friend!” And that’s how I felt about them: best friends who are crazy in love with each other.
Their reception was at “Break Canvas” at Thanksgiving point. I loved how many kids they had at their reception. And how much fun they had hitting the dancing floor.
Congratulations, Jacob and Janae!
Enjoy these wonderful photos and don’t forget to contact me to book your 2016 wedding 😉
Huge thanks to Janae’s sister and my husband who were there to assist and drive us. 😉
Canon 5D Mark II
24-70 mm f 2.8
50 mm f 1.2