Shannon and Hylton got engaged at Snowbird Ski Resort after an Easter sunrise service. Hylton had this grand master plan and asked for special permission to ski down after the sunrise service. Little did Shannon know he was up there just four days earlier to rehearse their ski down and find the perfect spot to pop the question. Halfway down the mountain at eight in the morning, he suggested they stop for a photo. It was a beautiful scene, and they had the entire place to themselves before the resort opened. Hylton got down on one knee and proposed. How beautiful is that?
With Logan Walker Photography behind the lens at their December wedding in Park City, Shannon wore a lace Allure dress with a v-neck front and back. It was form-fitting and absolutely beautiful. But her favorite accessory was her grandmother’s true vintage 70-year-old veil. The veil was made in Europe, and it has become a tradition in her family to wear it, three generations and seventeen people have worn on their wedding days so far. Now that’s a treasured heirloom indeed!
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Photographer: Logan Walker Photography | Dress Designer: Allure | Cake Designer: Carrie’s Cakes | Floral Designer: Flower Afternoon | Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Joseph A Bank | Cinema and Video: Kale Fitch Films | Restaurant: Riverhorse on Main | Ceremony Location: St. Mary of the Assumption | Makeup Artist: Versa Artistry | Submitted via Two Bright Lights