This cooking inspiration shoot is featured in the 2017 issue of Southern Utah Bride. It was so much fun to put together a small, intimate and casual shoot in such a beautiful space. Thanks for all of the talented folks who contributed!
For this editorial shoot in the 2017 issue of Southern Utah Bride magazine, I really wanted to do something fun and different. The idea was inspired by the Wes Anderson film Moonrise Kingdom and the vintage Scout camp sketches from the 1950s and 60s. I teamed up with my favorite gals Forvermore Events and Bloomers to make the vision come to like! I’m so happy with how it all turned out. It was the most relaxed and fun styled shoot to date, even with our little adventure with the canoe. Thank you to all of the talented people who contributed!
Design: Forevermore Events
Videography: A. Green Films
Hair and Makeup: Sarah Boling at Lunatic Fringe
Catering: Kitchen 435
Dress: Illume Gowns
Paper Goods: Hey Hay Designs
Cake: Mary Lou Timpson
Film Lab: The Find Lab
I had so much fun adventuring around the desert with these two! Siera and Max are an absolute blast to be around and I can’t wait for their wedding in just a few weeks. When we were planning their engagement session, Siera told me they love rock climbing, hiking, and pretty much anything that involves an outdoor adventure. We started the shoot at Ivin’s Reservoir. Sierra and Max skipped some rocks together and frolicked around on the beach. We finished up the shoot in the beautiful desert just outside of Utah where we found plenty of gorgeous Joshua Trees and a beautiful sunset.