Tyler and Ashlie ~ Colorado Wedding
The past few weeks have been crazy to say the least and way more stressful then I want to even think about.
So basically what happened is two weekends ago I flew to the oh so dear to my heart Colorado and shot a lovely wedding. I flew home bright and early Sunday morning. And..... The next day we decided to move. And so started the lovely moving process.
It was unplanned, unexpected, and possibly slightly unwise, but we are now, rather, happily moved to Eagle Mountain. It is slightly weird being so close to home, but not really being home, but I can't express how happy I am to not be in Provo any more.
I have to say, I don't enjoy moving, packing, any of it. Yuck. When we moved into our apartment it took one trailer. To move out, it took 3 (not counting the many car trips without the trailer....). For our next move we will just buy a truck as apparently, we have enough crap to actually need one. Lesson learned.
I have been busy with lots of photo shoots lately and am Finally catching up. Sorry for being such a bad blogger =(
We will start from the beginning...
A couple weekends ago I shot Kyla's brother's wedding.
Tyler and Ashlie had an adorable, quaint little wedding.
On Friday they had a nice little BBQ at her parent's house.
Kyla and her adorable husband Travis made cupcakes for the BBQ. They were the yummiest, most gourmet cupcakes ever! She made three different types, a Vanilla Chai, Vanilla Almond cupcakes with a blackberry puree frosting, and chocolate balsamic raspberry cupcakes. Hello yummy! I didn't try the Vanilla Almond, but the others were amazing.
The next afternoon was the wedding of the lovely couple. They were married in a pretty little garden behind a very yummy restaurant, Augustine Grill.Her dress was absolutely stunning and so unique. It had the most intricate beading and fit perfectly for such an adorable, unique girl.
I loved their cake! Their wedding revolved around an oh so cute bird theme.....
I felt so lucky to get to share in the beautiful joy and happiness that just oozed out of everyone at the wedding.