Golden Hour: Black Rock

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Black Rock is the rough edge of the Great Salt Lake and not wanting to take from the organic, natural landscape we had our bride get rid of her shoes and loosen her hair. Reducing the couple to having only each other to hold on to as the sun goes down, symbolic of how real couples face reality after their wedding. The golden hour of the wedding day fades and the couple is left standing and walking into the future with only each other.

The simplicity of the vision for this shoot is the perfect inspiration for any bride. Choosing a naturally beautiful location like Black Rock instantly makes for incredible pictures without any costly decor. We also love the use of household candles and tablecloths on the “wedding table” showing how everyday items can make for perfectly affordable decor. Sometimes less is more. Lace, flowers, and a little bit of sand can be the best combination for a simply romantic wedding.

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Styled Shoot submitted by Rebecca M Creative Productions and featured in The Budget Savvy Bride.

Photography by Meghan Rose Photography | Event Production by Rebecca M Creative | Stationery by Nat’s Paper Studio | Rentals from Sage & Thistle Rentals | Flowers by Rebecca M Creative | Fabric from Hobby Lobby | Ribbon from Tono & Co | Model are Alexander Fender & Kim Kienow | Wedding Dress by JNoelle.Designs

Headpiece – Sparrow Station