Andy is perfect for Camie.
I’ve known Camie for years and I’ve never seen her smile this much. A constant grin on her face from joy, love and possibly slight embarrassment. He is goofy and I’d be surprised if he wasn’t the class clown everyone loves in school.
As the happy couple exited the Oquirrh Mountain Temple, Andy kissed his bride then proceeded to run down the line and give everyone a high five. This is a perfect example of how Andy brought light and love into her life again.
A modern day Brady Bunch family was formed when Andy and Camie were sealed together on a beautiful summer day. Camie’s four kids gained three more siblings to love and tease.
Their reception/luncheon was held at Daybreak’s clubhouse in South Jordan, Utah. It was an indoor/outdoor combo. A beautiful location for all those who came to celebrate The Doyle’s on their big day. They served their favorite food (Cafe Rio) and had personalized bottled My Jones drinks.
I always ask my bride and groom, “What is the most important thing you want to remember about your wedding day?” It’s important to me to capture your special day in a way you’d want to remember. For some, it’s the dress. Others want to remember the details and decorations. For Camie and Andy, the most important thing they wanted to remember were the people. Who came to celebrate with them! They have such a great family & friend support system.
I loved all the details at this wedding luncheon. My favorite was the Polariod sign in book. As guests arrived they snap a pic and glue it to a page in the guest sign in book. I loved this idea! Another perfect way to capture the moments of your wedding day. The cake design was simply divine. It had a nostalgic vibe with carved initials in a “tree trunk”.
Being a wedding photographer is such a joy. I love to find new ways to encapsulate a bride and groom’s big day. A wedding day isn’t typically perfect, without flaws or hiccups and that’s OK. When you look through your wedding day gallery, my hope is that you remember all the good parts and laugh at the not so fun parts.