Utah hands down is the most amazing place I've visited thus far in my life journey. I even went skydiving in Moab! When I had the opportunity to photograph this styled wedding in Zion National Park, I was head-over-heels, crazy excited! The scenery speaks for itself. As for the wedding inspiration design, all the elements such made it that much more magical. I will start with this is the coolest, most unique bouquet I've ever seen. Designed with a blooming cherry blossom branch, a handmade macrame dreamcatcher was crafted with dangling floral blooms through it. The bride wore a classy trumpet dress with a lace tiered back from Edith-Elan. The stationery had gold and rose gold geometric designs. Even the vintage stamps tied into it all - lace making, Zion's official stamp, and even a pteranodon dinosaur stamp. How does the dinosaur fit into the design? The handmade wooden men's band has a dinosaur inlay that was dug up in Utah. There is also a song lyric that says "she didn't give me butterflies, she gave me pterodactyl" and that's the sweetest (Hello Watsky!). The women's wedding rings are unique as well with twig designed bands and a sapphire. Oh Utah, you're always stealing my breath.