Salt Lake City Wedding Photography - Caternia

Monday, June 17th, 2013

Liz + Kevin
June 22, 2012
Caternia


BEFORE THE WEDDING

Where do you live?
*Midvale, Utah

Occupations:
*Liz: student and psychiatric technician
Kevin: software architect


How the couple met:

*We met on dating website called OKCupid after my sister discretely set up a profile for me and did a little micromanaging of my love life for a while.  That being said, she got me involved pretty soon and by the time Kevin wrote me, I was managing it on my own.  However, it took me like a month to write him back initially because I didn't have a computer and used my phone to access the site, but I had dropped it in pedicure water so it was super dysfunctional.  By the time I wrote him back, he already assumed I just hadn't given him the time of day.  Thank goodness I finally responded! haha!

What attracted her to him:
*What initially attracted me to him on the website were similarities in likes and dislikes, music tastes and how he seemed to be a nice guy and not a player.  Once we started talking I was very attracted by his openness and honesty, how easy and comfortable it was to talk with him and how it seemed we had the same desires we wanted out of life.  Also, on a physical standpoint, I liked that he was tall. :)

What attracted him to her:
*he says: her warm and friendly personality.  Her kindness and selflessness.  Her voice and her beauty.  Her sense of humor and open mindedness.

How he proposed:
*He proposed to me exactly a year after he initially wrote me on OKCupid.  It was very ellaborate, actually! But, to sum it up, he basically planned a huge scavenger hunt leading us (through my discovery) to all of the places we went during our early dating.  At each venue there was a friend or family member we knew who surprised us there and we got to spend time with before they gave me the next clue.  The clues were puzzle shaped pieces from a big picture collage he made of us and on the back side he wrote the clue... they came in "top secret" envelopes.  There were a total of 6 stops.  On the 5th stop, we went to desert star playhouse, which is where we went on our first date, and we arrived right after intermission so the show was going on, but we were the only ones in the hallway.  When we were walking in he stopped me and said, "You were about here when I first saw you." and then we walked down and he said, "And I don't know if you know this, but it was a year ago that I wrote you for the first time on OKCupid and that was a decision that changed my life... so I have a question for you..." and then he got down on one knee, pulled out a beautiful ring and said, "Will you marry me?".  I was tearing up and couldn't speak for a minute, but when I could I said, "of course!" and then we hugged and kissed and cried for a long time in the desert star hallway.   It was such a beautiful moment!  After we got back to the car, I got the final puzzle piece and the clue said, "now lets go eat where we first had dinner".  We went downtown to dinner and turns out he had invited all of the friends and family that had been involved in the days events to meet us there to have dinner with us to celebrate! It was such an amazing way to finish up the night and it was all so thoughtful!

Bridal shower/Bachelorette party:
*My mom and niece threw my bridal shower and it was so lovely! Just a bunch of friends and family.  Yummy appetizers and fun but simple games.  My favorite part was when everyone introduced themselves, told how they knew me and one of their favorite memories with me.  It was so nice.  We also did a version of an Austrian tradition where there are an assortment of cookies for guests to select and take home with them.
*The bachelorette party was pretty crazy!! My sister and her best friend (who has become one of my best friends) got a huge suite and the grand america hotel.  We checked in early and spent the day by the pool just relaxing and sun bathing and it was so wonderful for stress relief.  We then got ready and had a pre-party in our suite for anyone that wanted to come.  We had some girlfriends come and we played silly bachelorette games and laughed and talked.  We had scandalous temporary tattoos that we put all over us all to get ready for our night out on the town.  We went to have dinner at Maxwells downtown and had a delicious dinner.  Maxwells is really fun because it sort of transforms to a night club the later it gets, so we just transitioned with them there.  We had a big booth reserved and just drank, danced and laughed the night away.  I also had a ton of bachelorette dares to complete and prizes to give out to those strangers that helped me out, but it definitely pushed me outside my comfort zone, but was really fun!  The next day we got up early and spent our last hours back at the pool before we had to return to reality, but it was just heavenly.
Also, one of my best friends just moved to portland and so had to miss the bachelorette party, so we are having another bachelorette party with just my nearest and dearest friends on the 19th and we are just going to go to dinner and out to sing some karaoke.


Bachelor party:

*The bachelor party has not happened yet, but a close group of Kevin's friends will be first going to shoot guns and then they are going to go to a pub/bar for dinner and I cannot say what other shenanigans will be happening.  That is scheduled for the 20th.  Kevin's best friend and cousin is coming into town and he is throwing this party.

WEDDING
Ceremony Place: Caterina

Date: 6/22/12


Number of guests: 90 to ceremony and dinner.  340 total to reception

The bride's wardrobe details: I will be wearing a maggie sottero asymmetrical gown and green "Toms" shoes.

The groom's wardrobe details: Kevin has a new charcoal suit and he will be wearing with it a shirt, tie, vest, and pocket square. 




RECEPTION
Reception Place: Caterina

Wedding music: Clair de Lune, Somewhere over the Rainbow, DJ will be with complete music

First Dance Song: "Settle Down" by Kimbra.  We are actually going to do a sort of cha cha to it and then break into a fun dance.  We are hoping to get organized a kind of flash mob to happen during the first dance.

Menu: Dinner will be a choice of fettuccine with Julienne vegetables in a carrot ginger broth, butterflied chicken breast with asparagus and artichokes in a lemon sauce or filet of salmon in a mustard and cognac cream sauce.  There will also be a wedge salad, potatoes, daily vegetable and bread and dipping sauce served with every meal.
For the reception, our appetizers will be Bruschetta,  Melon E Prosciutto, and bite sized zucchini filled with a meat ragou.

Cake: Cake will be done by Carrie's cakes.  The flavors will be lemon lime and raspberry swirl.  Caterina will also have a gelato bar to compliment the cake.

Colors: Charcoal, pistachio green and hints of pink

Theme: Simple elegance

Flowers: wide assortment.  Variety throughout the entire venue as well as wedding party flowers.  Some of the flowers are lilies, orchids, roses, tulips, mums, dusty rose and pewter pots

Décor elements: a fun puzzle piece guest sign in magnet board to tie in our proposal.  chalk boards.  
Unique details: We are having a photo booth that we are creating for our guests.  We are having props available for them to be able to just have fun and let loose with funny pictures.  We are hoping to have an eyefi card set up so that the pictures taken can get sent directly to our website and we can have a slideshow going of the current pictures being taken.  We are also hoping to include their pictures in our thank you cards to them.


Special Touch: My dad passed away when I was young and I really want his presence to be felt at the wedding since he can't be there to walk me down the aisle.  I am having my 2 brothers walk me down the aisle.  I also have a locket with a picture of him that I will have on my bouquet.  I will have a table with pictures of him and my memories of him written up and I am going to dance to "My Girl", which was the song he used to sing to me, with my mom in place of a daddy/daughter dance.

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VENDORS
Rings: Shane Company (Liz), Morgan Jewelers (Kevin)
Invitations: Jaffa printing
Rehearsal dinner: BBQ at my sisters house in cottonwood.
Guest book: Self made with help from my friend, Elise Airmet.  Puzzle magnet board
Photography:Opiefoto (the big day), Elise Airmet Photography (Bridals), Bill Kershisnik (my brother) (Engagements)
Bridal gown:The Perfect Dress (Maggie Sottero)
Shoes, Veil, Jewelery: No veil.  Great grandma's earrings, bracelet from etsy (can't remember the vendor's name), Toms shoes that my friend sent me from the UK because they didn't sell the green ones in the US.
Alterations: Lydia and The Perfect Dress
Hair and Makeup: Hair: Valerie Hartley at Salon Lydia.  Makeup: Bare Escentuals
Bridesmaids' dresses: Dessy.com (Through The Perfect Dress)
Groom’s Tux/Suit: Nordstrom (Hugo Boss)
Flowers: Persimmons Floral (Megan Dunford)
Decorations and rentals: No rentals, all provided through Caterina and Persimmons Floral.
Catering: Caterina
Cake: Carrie's Cakes
Venue: Caterina
Entertainment/Music: Jamelle Avei (ceremony song), Bill Nicholls Jazz Trio for during dinner, Complete Music for DJ
Officiant: W. Lee Shaw (Episcopal priest)
Wedding Registry: Bed, Bath and Beyond



Johnson Mill Wedding - Jamie + John

Sunday, June 2nd, 2013

Jamie and John

Johnson Mill

100 N Johnson Mill Rd 

Midway, UT 84049

 

 
BEFORE THE WEDDING
Where do you live? Riverton, Utah
Occupations: Jamie: First Grade Teacher Jon: Senior Account Manager/Sales
How the couple met: Blind Date 
What attracted her to him: kindness/humor
What attracted him to her: positive attitude/willingness to do things
How he proposed: At our home, on the sprinkler box!
Bridal Shower: Salt Lake Country Club 
Bachelorette Party: Stein Eriksen Lodge
Bachelor party: Wyoming/Friends Cabin 


WEDDING
Ceremony Place: Johnson Mill
Date: June 24, 2012
Number of guests: 150
The bride's wardrobe details: David's Bridal 
The groom's wardrobe details: Men's Warehouse  

RECEPTION 
Reception Place: Johnson Mill 
Wedding music: Utah Jive 
First Dance Song: Wade Bowen/Who am I 
Menu: Cosmopolitan Catering
Passed Hors d'oeuvres: Bacon Lettuce and Tomato Bruchetta and Blackened Salmon Skewer
Reception Buffet: Sliders, Mini Bratwurst, Rosemary Chicken Skewer, French Fried Green Beans, Spring Mix Salad with Pomegranate Vinaigrette, Caprese Salad, Greman Style POtato Salad and a Selection of Fresh Fruit
Beverage/Bar Service: Lemonade, Ice Tea and Water Colorado Beer and Red/White Wine Signature Drink: Summer Brew 

Cake: One Sweet Slice
Colors: Peach and Pastel Pink
Theme: Simply Elegant
Flowers: Five Penny Floral
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VENDORS
Rings: Custom Made
Invitations: Polka Dots and Daisies
Rehearsal dinner: Private Resident in Park City/Caterer: Red Iguana 
Guest book: Utah and Colorado State Picture/Coffee Table Books 
Photography: Opie Foto
Videography: n/a
Bridal gown: ivory
Shoes, Veil, Jewelery: Fancy Flip Flops, I am a practical woman!
Alterations: n/a
Hair and Makeup: Close friend
Bridesmaids' dresses: David's Bridal
Groom’s Tux/Suit: Men's Warehouse
Flowers: Five Penny Floral
Decorations and rentals: Utah Event Rental: Chairs, Linenes and a Tent
Catering: Cosmopoletian Catering
Cake: One Sweet Slice
Venue: Johnson Mill
Entertainment/Music: Utah Jive
Wedding favors: American Meadows Wildflower Seed Packets/ Custom Koozie
Wedding planner: Lani Lively
Officiant: Patrick Lambert, Close Friend
Transportation: n/a
Guest lodging: The Homestead Resort, Zermatt Resort and Spa, Holiday Inn Express
Wedding Registry: Pottery Barn and Crate and Barrel

Millennial Falls Wedding Pictures - Crystal + Mason

Saturday, May 25th, 2013

Crystal + Mason

April 27, 2013

Millennial Falls


12375 S 1300 E

Draper, UT 84020



BEFORE THE WEDDING
Occupations: crystal insurance recoveries, mason production supervisor
How the couple met: friend of a friend
How he proposed: for crystals 30 th bday

WEDDING
Date: 4/27/13
Ceremony Place: millennial falls
Reception Place: millennial falls
First Dance Song: stay by Rihanna feat. Mikky ekko
Menu: lemon chicken and honey crusted ham
Cake Flavors: white, red velvet, chocolate
Colors: orange, purple, grey
Favors: candy buffet and photo booth
Décor elements: candles, flowers, parasols, pictures



The day in three words: crazy, amazing, unforgettable
What was the weather like on your wedding day? Perfect 79 degrees
What was the most memorable moment of your wedding? The entire day
What is the best advice you can give to a couple that is planning? Find a place that does package deals ...flowers, cake, food, bldg, invitations
What was the biggest surprise about your wedding day? The emotions
How did you tame those wedding day nerves? Alcohol
Where did you have your honeymoon?bora bora
What was the most memorable moment of your honeymoon? The island

by Opie Janzer


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VENDORS
Rings: Morgan jewelers
Invitations: millennial falls
Photography: OpieFoto
Bridal gown: Mary's bridal
Shoes, Veil, Jewelery: bridesmaids shoes Mary's bridal, bride shoes nordstrom rack,  accessories from Morgan jewelers and michaels, veil made by wedding party last minute
Hair and Makeup: hair by cassi an migliorini at 3 edge, makeup by janelle at versa
Bridesmaids' dresses: Mary's bridal
Groom’s Tux/Suit: jos banks
Flowers: millennial falls
Decorations and rentals: millennial falls and the bride
Catering: millennial falls
Cake: millennial falls
Venue: millennial falls
Entertainment/Music: laughing gravy
Wedding favors: candy buffet and photo booth
Wedding planner: misty at millennial falls
Officiant: Sharon vollett
Transportation: all seasons limo



Women in Weddings Lunch at La Caille

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

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La Caille

9565 Wastach Blvd

Sandy, Utah

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VENDORS

La Caille
OpieFoto
WEbb IP Law Group
Petal Pixie
Life of the Party
Modern Cake

Jordan River Temple Wedding Pictures - Molly + Ryan

Sunday, May 12th, 2013

Yesterday, I photographed Molly and Ryan's bridal/groomal session at the LDS Jordan River Temple in South Jordan, Utah.  It was such a warm and beautiful spring day for Utah.  The perfect weather for bridal pictures.  Molly had a red rose bouquet and Ryan had a red rose boutineer with stunning modern wedding dress and black suit.  I was able to capture all the colorful tulips at the Jordan River Temple along with the flowering purple trees.

Molly and Ryan had their temple sealing on April 27th at the LDS Jordan River Temple in the afternoon but wanted some additional bride and groom pictures in May.  Congrats guys!

by Opie Janzer

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Salt Lake Wedding Photographer - La Caille Bridals

Friday, May 10th, 2013

Check out Crystal's beautiful bridal session shot at La Caille a few weeks ago.  Crystal's dress is dramatic and modern with a stunning long train.  I photographed their modern wedding 2 weeks ago at Millenial Falls in Draper, Utah.

by Opie Janzer








This one is my favorite shot! (above)
Love this light blue railing.


Published on Utah Bride Blog

Monday, April 29th, 2013

Head on over to Utah Bride Blog to check out Jane and Dane's beautiful art gallery wedding.

Your Wedding Day Schedule Part Two

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Your Wedding Day Schedule Part Two

by Chauntelle Janzer

Today I met with a bride that is having her wedding in June.  She didn't know what time her ceremony was going to start but did tell me that she has the venue from 3:30pm to 10:30pm.  Most brides assume the venue coordinator will help with the wedding day schedule but I've found that isn't the case. You need to hire an independent utah wedding planner to help with schedule, day of coordinator, and decor.  I've found it's best to give yourself one full hour to get ready before the ceremony at the venue.  This is assuming that your hair and makeup are already done and your putting your dress on at the venue.  So we decided that 4:30pm would be the ceremony time.  Most ceremonies are about 30 minutes long so you can building the rest of your wedding day schedule based off of the ceremony time.  After the ceremony is picture time and cocktail hour.  I like to start with the largest family group photos and go from there until it's just the bride and groom.

 Here is the sample schedule we put together today:

 

Wedding Day Schedule 6-7 hours

3:30pm Getting Ready

4:30pm Ceremony

5:00pm Group Pictures and Open Buffet

6:00pm Bride and Groom Eat

7:00pm Open House Reception with Receiving Line

8:00pm Toasts and Cut Cake

8:30pm 1st Dance and Open Dancing

9:00pm Bouquet and Garter Toss

9:30pm Send Off

This is the wedding package that we found is the best one for the above wedding:

Collection Two

    • 7 Hours Coverage

    • 2nd Photographer OR Bridal Session

    • Engagement Session

    • 10x10 Leather Album 20 Page Credit

    • High Resolution Negatives

Your Wedding Day Timeline

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

Should you see each other before the ceremony?

THE FIRST LOOK:  Its a new age, so its no longer considered bad luck for the groom to see the bride before the wedding. Whats more, there are actually some pretty big advantages to a first-look session prior to the wedding. Not only are the bride, groom, bridal party and family in top form, the bride and bridesmaids hair and makeup are fresh, and the groom and groomsmen are still comfortable in their tuxes.

If you do decide to go with a pre-ceremony formal portrait approach, be sure to set aside 15 minutes of private time for just the two of you. These private moments, before you start taking more formal, posed portraits, are often the most special for the bride and groom. You are able to hold each other or exchange gifts, relax and think about the moments to come. This time together also serves as a break to calm your nerves. This pre-ceremony atmosphere creates a smooth, steady flow through your days events. Getting this step out of the way early in the day frees up the rest of your time to spend with your guests.

On time and terrific: Because I prefer to shoot these group shots when everyone is ready and fresh, right before the ceremony, meeting at the designated spot 15 minutes before formals ensures an on-time arrival. Since our most important goal is getting you to your wedding on time, please set aside 60-90 minutes for group pictures to ensure maximum results.

Adorned and fabulous : Make sure all flowers and boutonnieres are delivered on time and affixed to family members and to the wedding party 30 minutes before scheduled group pictures. Have hair and makeup teams arrive extra early since those tend to cause a delay more than anything else.

Formal then fun:  Because I prefer to keep the number of groups to 20 or less for more intimate group shots, we always start with the largest groups of family and break it down after that to allow for mingling. As time permits, I love to include a picture of the bride with each of her bridesmaids and the groom with each of his groomsmen.

If you have ideas for any cant-miss portrait groupings you would like to see photographed during this time, make sure to include them on your group shot list and give me that list 2 weeks prior to the wedding. Im happy to work with you to capture all of your special moments!


by Chauntelle Janzer


Salt Lake City Wedding Photographers - 15th Street Art Gallery

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Jane + Dane
April 6, 2013
15th Street Art Gallery

BEFORE THE WEDDING
Where do you live?
Jane grew up in a military family in Clearfield, Utah, near Hill Air Force Base. She later moved to Salt Lake City in order to shorten her commute to work; this is where she met Dane. Dane has lived in the Sugarhouse area for his whole life. They now reside in the Sugarhouse area in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Occupations:
Groom:Data Analyst
Bride: Database Specialist
How the couple met:
It was an office romance
What attracted her to him:
Jane as initially attracted to Dane's witty sense of humor and his kindness.
What attracted him to her:
Dane was initially attracted to Jane's independence and maturity, her beauty and her drive.
How he proposed:
Love was known and nothing special was needed to be said and so plainly put, our date was set.
Bridal shower/Bachelorette party:
The bridal shower took place at Mindful Women Day Spa in Ogden, Utah. All the guests received spa treatments, including pedicures, massages and facials while they ate brunch goodies and sipped on mimosas. The spa day was followed by lunch at Zucca Trattoria. There was no bachelorette party.
Bachelor party:
Dinner at Desert Edge Brewery followed by cocktails at Twilight Lounge. The party was fueled by an atmosphere of good drink, food, people, conversation and the thought of Dane's future wife never leaving his mind.


WEDDING
Ceremony Place:
15th Street Gallery
Date:
April 6, 2013
Number of guests:
110
The bride's wardrobe details:
I didn't want to buy a dress that I would only wear once. I decided on a formal gown in a dusty rose color with flower applique details on the sleeves. I fell in love with trendy rose gold shoes.
The groom's wardrobe details:
Charcoal suit with tie matching brides dress. Heirloom cuff links inherited by grandfather with B engraving details.

RECEPTION
Reception Place:
15th Street Gallery
Wedding music:
Bride and Groom self-compiled playlist
First Dance Song:
"You Are The Best Thing" by Ray Lemontagne
Menu:
Celebration Chicken Tenders, Coconut Shrimp, Rosemary Foccacia Sandwich Squares, Vegetable Crudités Platter, Z-stem Martini Salads in Strawberry Pistachio Salad and Caprese Salad, Gelato Shooters in Raspberry Sorbet, Cookies n Cream and Pistachio
Cake:
Cake flavors included red velvet cake, yellow pound cake with coconut creme filling and almond cake with raspberry jam filling.
Colors:
Dusty rose, champagne, eggplant, silver
Theme:
Classic James Bond
Flowers:
Tulips, Sahara Roses, Black Calla Lilies, Dusty Miller, Flowering Eucalyptus
Favors:
Jacques Torres Chocolates, 4 piece Signature Favor Box containing flavors: Love Potion #9, LoveBug, Dark Heart of Passion, Milk Caramel
Décor elements:
Flowers, candles, art

The day in three words:
Party, dance, love
What was the weather like on your wedding day?
Mostly sunny with a cool breeze.
What was the most memorable moment of your wedding?
The exchanging of wedding vows.
What is the best advice you can give to a couple that is planning?
The ability to accept a tentative schedule and to enjoy whatever happens.
What was your favorite photo moment?
The candid first dance photos.
What did you like the most about working with OpieFoto?
Her professional, no-nonsense approach to capturing all of the important moments of our wedding.
How did you tame those wedding day nerves?
With a stiff drink.
Where did you have your honeymoon?
Anaheim, CA. Disneyland
What was the most memorable moment of your honeymoon?
We are waiting to go on our honeymoon until we are done with school (May 2013).


VENDORS
Rings:
The wedding bands were purchased at Stroud Jewelers. The engagement ring was purchased in India. 
Invitations:
Handmade by Bride and Groom
Rehearsal dinner:
David's Kitchen
Guest book:
Capture the Moment Photo Booths
Photography:
OPIEFOTO
Bridal gown:
BCBG Max Azria
Shoes, Veil, Jewelery:
Shoes:Sam Edelman
Hair and Makeup:
Brides hair was done by Alex Crabtree. Brides makeup was done by Jillyn Leone Neslen
Bridesmaids' dresses:
Two of the bridesmaids bought their dresses at Lily and Iris. One bought hers from Macy's. 
Groom’s Tux/Suit:
Suit was purchased at Men's Warehouse, tie was purchased at Hugo Boss.
Flowers:
Bride and friends made the table centerpieces; the flowers were bought at Ensign Wholesale Floral. Botanica made the bridal party bouquets, boutonnieres and corsages. 
Decorations and rentals:
Diamond Rental provided the linens. Bride and groom supplied the remainder of the decorations. Along with some decorations provided by 15th Street Gallery.
Catering:
Utah Celebrations Catering
Cake:
Family friend, Paulette Martin Goto
Venue:
15th Street Gallery
Entertainment/Music:
Photo booth was provided for entertainment by Capture the Moment Photo Booths. Music was a compilation of music gathered by the bride, groom and friends. The ceremony song was produced by our good friend Jason Jay Brown, member of Background Noise Crew.
Wedding favors:
Jacques Torres Chocolate, New York
Wedding planner:
Bride and Groom
Officiant:
Reverend Christopher
Transportation:
Private shuttle provided by Salt Lake City Marriott, University Park
Guest lodging:
Our guests stayed at Salt Lake City Marriott, University Park.
Wedding Registry:
MyRegistry.com