To anyone out there who is currently engaged or going to be engaged one day, this is my biggest piece of advice to you... if you can, try to DO A WEDDING PRE-SHOOT! Seriously, one of the best decisions we made. We met our photographer at the Mt. Timpanogos temple a few weeks before the wedding to take some pictures, and then headed over to the gardens at Thanksgiving Point to take some more. I cannot stress how relaxing this made our wedding day! Instead of taking pictures for 2 hours after the sealing on our wedding day, we were able to focus on family and friends and have an early luncheon. (Okay, my second big piece of advice is to HIRE A VIDEOGRAPHER. I am in love with our wedding video and I don't care who knows it! But we'll get to that later.) I apologize in advance for all of the pictures that are about to follow.
Bridesmaid dresses. That is a curse word in our family, haha. Light pink or champagne bridesmaid dresses are nearly impossible to find in February and March since stores don't start putting out spring clothing until April. We actually ended up buying three different sets of dresses before settling on one (sorry about that, mom!). We ordered the pink dresses off of a website that we stumbled upon, and bought the cream ruffle slips from a boutique in Draper, the heels at Payless (of all places!), the belts from Bags That Fit in American Fork, and the earrings from Francesca's in University Mall. I loved how their outfits turned out!
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