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Words cannot describe how much I loved being a part of this wedding.  Rusty and Jenna are one of those epic couples.  One of those that you never forget because they are so wonderful!  Their happiness is contagious.  It is a JOY to be around them.  I was able to go to San Diego the day before their wedding and shoot a bridal session around the San Diego Temple and then down at the beach in La Jolla.  Not only did I get to spend the evening with this lovely couple, but my husband came and shot with me and DAVID PERRY!  David is an AMAZING videographer based in Utah...and...he shot MY wedding 5 years ago. Yeah, he rocks!  Seriously, it was so much fun!

I loved their "First Look", so much emotion. Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket

Their wedding day, the next day, was perfect.  They were positively glowing.  It was a beautiful thing to watch!  So grateful to have been a part of their special day!


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CLICK HERE to see the amazing sneak peek of their wedding video by David Perry!



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Emily:

Ok WOW just found your photography page and you are so so so good at getting those middle-of-the-day temple shots! I'm a photographer in UT who just shot a wedding in San Diego for the first time last month. Wish I would have seen you images before I went - you have some GREAT angles of the temple. Very inspiring!

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