This will always be a favorite.
Lizzy Karp, a digital communications strategist and creative events planner, met Pat Kelly, a media content producer and coproducer of the comedic radio program This is That, through a mutual friend in Toronto in 2007. Six years later, they were traveling in the south of France and had hopped on a train to Provence. Pat had schemed to pop the question, but the weather wasn't cooperating. Every morning the pair woke up to rain. Then, while driving to Roussillon one night, they pulled over into a random vineyard to "watch the sunset." Pat got on his knee in the mud and proposed. Lizzy said yes, and they headed back to Paris to celebrate.
The following summer, on August 30, 2014, the couple (who had moved to Vancouver) returned to Lizzy's home state of Utah for what the bride describes as "a perfect afternoon in the American West, gathering friends and family in a playful, joyful celebration, under an open sky." Showcasing the natural beauty and spirit of the area was a key part of the wedding, which was also inspired by a large dose of humor, the merging of two cultures (the groom is Canadian), and a dash of the movie Days of Heaven. The weekend kicked off with a welcome barbecue in Millcreek Canyon, followed by a rehearsal dinner at a whiskey distillery in Park City. Guests got to spend loads of time together and exploring the areas before the big event on Sunday.
A sweet note from the bride...
Writing to say how in love we are with these photos. It has been such a treat to share them with family and friends.
More gushing to come, but I just had to share our overwhelming love for them!
A million thank you's,
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