The Salt Lake City Temple is a popular place for many LDS brides! The Temple workers work hard to keep the building and grounds looking GORGEOUS year-round. Walking around the Temple grounds in the Summer is so much fun because there are always so many flowers in bloom! Miranda’s perfectly white dress definitely popped with all the color around them!

      After taking their pictures at the temple we made our way to their reception where to my surprise there was my favorite Summer treat! ICE CREAM! Yummmm. (Scroll to the bottom to get the link to their adorable ice cream cart!) The reception was absolutely beautiful a filled with fun events for their guests! They even did a sparkler exit before they left for their honeymoon!

      Bride and Groom exiting the Salt Lake City Temple
      Group photos at the Salt Lake City Temple in Utah
      Wedding party pictures at the Salt Lake City Temple in Utah
      Bride and Groom at the Salt Lake City Temple
      Bride smiling at Camera at her wedding in SLC Utah

      This is one of my favorite spots to take pictures at the Salt Lake City Temple on Wedding days!

      Bride holding bouquet
      Bride and groom sitting on a bench at the Salt Lake City Temple
      Salt Lake City Temple Wedding formal pictures

      Another favorite spot of mine is this bench!

      Salt Lake City Temple Wedding
      Temple Wedding photos near the flowers

      In the Summer the flowers look stunning at the SLC Temple!

      Bride and Groom in front of the Salt Lake City Temple Lds couple

      Of all the spots on the Salt Lake City Temple grounds, this one is my favorite!

      Bride and Groom holding hands on the Salt Lake City Temple Grounds
      Bride and Groom at Salt Lake City Temple
      Wedding details
      Salt Lake City Temple Wedding Reception

      If you want to include ICE CREAM at your wedding reception, I highly recommend the Penguin Brothers! You can contact them if you click HERE!

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