Plus I can see all the wedding dresses I want on happy newly married brides any day of the week.
It doesn't matter when I go: it can be snowing, raining, hotter than heck, and still, there WILL be brides and grooms posing in impossibly beautiful scenes.
Their smiles are real: they have married in their temple just moments before.
Such happiness is even found on the streets: mothers arrive with white gowns which they too will be wearing at the wedding as part of their faith practices.
SLC, an April or May wedding allows for pictures to be taken surrounded by tulips. Yes...I am jealous of that too.
The semi-down side: Wedding couple traffic is heavy; often two or three, four or even five couples may be seen getting their "special day" photos taken. The more the merrier, or does each couple feel a little less special sharing the space with others who also just got married?
Now here's a trend I wish would pass: Brides who think it is just so cute to wear training shoes or flip flops or army boots with their gowns.
Sorry girls: it's been done before, and done to death. Pick something different to put you own stamp on the day. May I suggest an interesting cocktail style hat for instance?
Well, in her case, I am willing to make an exception. Perhaps she slipped the shoes on after the ceremony just for the pictures.
I just don't understand why there would be flip flops on the feet of the bride.
If it had been a beach wedding...maybe...but this is anything but a beach wedding!