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Wedding Photographers Utah | Natalie + Dan | The Old Meeting House

Monday, February 27, 2012

Natalie and Dan's family all huddled up eagerly awaiting the moment when the bride and groom would make their grand exit out of the Salt Lake Temple doors. A chilly day but filled with the warm celebration of the union of these two.

This was such a sweet and endearing gesture to me.  Natalie's little brother had shown his own personal excitement and happiness for his older sister getting married by expressing it through lego's! So very sweet!  I mean, who does that!  My heart just felt warmed at this cute little gift this guy made.
Natalie and Dan's friend ready for the moment. I love that perfect look of love the groom has those moments after the two of them are sealed and they are just so blissfully happy coming out the temple doors.

They had a love filled reception at the the Old Meeting House where they celebrated their historic day in this old historic building. I always love the combination of those two.

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