Snowbasin Resort Winter Wedding
Jessie and Dallin Photography blog
by Jessica Jackson
1M ago
The cool winter air brought shivers and goosebumps to Sarah’s arms as she stood anxiously waiting for Libo to turn around and see her for the first time in her wedding dress. As he turned, they both had the sweetest reactions and smiles followed by a gigantic hug. The Snowbasin Resort winter wedding they had been planning for the past year was finally here and they couldn’t wait to celebrate with each other and their friends and family! Incorporated into their day were Scottish scarves and shawls with thistle brooches. These were the best gifts for their wedding party and kept them warm(er) as ..read more
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Thanksgiving Point Rainy Spring Formal Session
Jessie and Dallin Photography blog
by Jessica Jackson
5M ago
When we were getting ready for Curtis and Tiffany’s Thanksgiving Point rainy spring formal session, the weather kept telling us just that, that it was going to rain. It was the only time that Curtis and Tiffany could do their formals, so we prepared for the elements the best we could and packed our umbrellas. We like to use clear ones and a black umbrella with a white color inside. These are our favorite kinds of umbrellas to use for creative photos! Once we got to Thanksgiving Point, however… the weather updated… no rain. It was possibly the first time during a session that we were HOPING for ..read more
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Bountiful Temple and Eldredge Manor Wedding
Jessie and Dallin Photography blog
by Jessica Jackson
7M ago
If you were to walk outside at just the right time at Eldredge Manor on Megan and Keith’s wedding day, you’d feel the energy during their Bountiful Temple and Eldredge Manor wedding. You’d see a crowd of groomsmen around Megan, the bride, which is always a key sign that something is about to happen. You also would have heard a slow countdown of three… two… one… now! At that moment, you could see Megan FLYING three to four feet above the heads of all of the groomsmen!   This happened only a few moments after Keith had already had the same experience with his groomsmen. Megan did not w ..read more
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Bountiful Temple and Tunnel Springs Wedding Formal Session
Jessie and Dallin Photography blog
by Jessica Jackson
7M ago
The Bountiful Temple is one of our favorite places for temple weddings. It’s up against the mountain, has plenty of flowers in the summer and spring, and also has a beautiful fountain that allows us to flex our creative muscles. Kaitlyn and Alex chose to have a Bountiful Temple and Tunnel Springs wedding formal session to ensure that they had plenty of portraits at the temple and wouldn’t have to spend as much time on their wedding day taking photos of the two of them. Advice for Couples Getting Married in the Temple One of our best pieces of advice to couples getting married in the temple is ..read more
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Utah State Capitol and Tunnel Springs Wedding Formal Session
Jessie and Dallin Photography blog
by Jessica Jackson
11M ago
One of our favorite places to go for sunsets is Tunnel Springs, which is located in North Salt Lake. The views are always spectacular, and it feels like the sunsets show up every single time we go. We love it even more when the sun is just about to set because for most photographers, it’s too dark to take more photos. But for us, with our flashes and amazing MagMod gear we can continue to photograph! At this point in the evening, it’s commonly just us and our couple left on the mountain since everyone else left with the sunlight. When a session is paired up to be both a Utah State Capitol and ..read more
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Draper Temple and Wadley Farms Castle Wedding
Jessie and Dallin Photography blog
by Jessica Jackson
11M ago
When we are doing large family photos at a wedding, it kind of goes without saying, but we can’t actually record the audio of what is happening in a photo. Until someone invents a printed photo that allows you to hear a photo, this will always be the case (We’re also still waiting for smellovision to happen in the future at some point!) Sometimes that makes it a challenge for almost any photographer to make sure that they can capture the moment. To counteract not having any audio, one of Jessie’s favorite sayings, when we are doing family photos, is to bring a high level of excitement and wave ..read more
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Cache Valley and Utah State University Engagement Session
Jessie and Dallin Photography blog
by Jessica Jackson
1y ago
Cache Valley always has and always will hold a special place in our hearts. Dallin grew up in Cache Valley and both of us went to Utah State. It’s actually where we met on a blind date! So naturally, we were excited about this Cache Valley and Utah State University engagement session with Kaitlyn and Alex! Both Alex and Kaitlyn are attending Utah State. Kaitlyn is going into Mechanical Engineering, and Alex is going into computer science. We (especially Dallin) may be a little biased, but engineering (ESPECIALLY Mechanical Engineering) may be the best major at Utah State (for those who don’t k ..read more
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Rainy Snowbasin Wedding Formal Session
Jessie and Dallin Photography blog
by Jessica Jackson
1y ago
Before any photography session, we are always very vigilant about the weather. If there’s more than a 30% chance of rain, we will usually reschedule a session. As we started Tori and Tyler’s session there was a really low chance of rain (about 20%) so we didn’t think we had anything to worry about. As photographed the two of them in the Aspen trees, we heard the rumble of thunder. It wasn’t clear how far away the thunder was, but it continued to rumble. Suddenly, a few raindrops started to fall. We knew that we had a rogue storm cell that was about to come over us during this rainy Snowbasin w ..read more
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Oak Hills Utah Destination Wedding with Jewish Traditions
Jessie and Dallin Photography blog
by Jessica Jackson
1y ago
“Ready? One! Two! Three! Go!” At that moment, a sky full of paper airplanes flew over our heads. Each one of Daisy and Eddy’s guests, at their request, had made a paper airplane and were having a contest to see which plane flew the furthest. Daisy and Eddy wanted to do this during their wedding reception because when they first met, they were part of a competition to see who could fold the best paper airplane that would go the longest distance. During this competition, Eddy was excited, because he knew of the best way to fold an airplane to make it go far. As he was folding his airplane, he no ..read more
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Moroccan-Inspired Utah State Capitol Sunset Wedding Session
Jessie and Dallin Photography blog
by Jessica Jackson
1y ago
Two people from different backgrounds, different countries even, meet in an unlikely place halfway around the world. Sue and Shah were born and raised in Morocco, and Bangladesh. They both were really excited this last year during the World Cup in Qatar when Morocco was one of the “underdog” teams that got way further in the tournament than anyone expected! We were rooting for the Moroccan team the entire tournament and hoped that they would go all of the way! Unfortunately, they didn’t, but it was fun to watch the Morocco national team as well as watch Sue and Shah also follow them. Both Sue ..read more
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