Allison & Quentin had such a beautiful wedding day and I was so excited to be apart of all the magic! I first met them when I took their bridals earlier in the month, so when it came time for their wedding day I was seriously so excited for them. We started the day at the Provo City Center temple. This temple is notorious for having bad lighting, or just not a ton of spots to take pictures at. Luckily, the day we were there, there was cloud coverage and not a lot of other people at the temple, so we had so much time and space for photos, it was SO nice. We started with family pictures and then bridal party, and then finished with just the two of them. They just kept smiling at each other the entire day, and you could just tell how happy they were to finally be married. After the temple photos were done, we headed over to the Springville Museum of Art (http://www.smofa.org/) and they held a ring ceremony hosted by Allison & Quentin's mission president. They both first met on their mission so it was fitting to have him officiate this ceremony. At one point an open mic was done at the ceremony so that anyone who wanted to wish Allison & Quentin good words for their marriage could do that. It was so fun to see so many friends and family talk about how happy they were and how they knew Allison & Quentin were a perfect couple. After the ceremony we (the videographer & I) took Allison & Quentin around the museum for some pictures of just the two of them. This venue is seriously stunning, and I could not get over how beautiful it was. Once we were finally done with pictures, the reception started. Something that was so cool about this wedding is they had a live band! Quentin is really into jazz and so I loved that personal touch into the wedding. They cut cake, mingled, and danced the night away. We ended the night with a send off, and it was so fun hearing everyone cheer for them. This wedding will always be one for the books and I'm so happy that these two decided to get married!!