The first snow of the season hit last night, and although it was barely an inch and will most likely be melted by tomorrow, a few flakes are still drifting down past my windows and it inspired me to blog this white-landscaped bridals session! Although we shot in salt, not snow, and it was definitely much warmer then than it is now, I feel like it still fits the mood. Savannah and Brady elected to have their bridals out on the salty grounds of the Saltair by the Great Salt Lake, a favorite of mine- I will always love shooting in gorgeous, neutral landscapes like this! And can we talk about this insane sunset?? Still one of the most incredible I’ve ever seen. Enjoy! xx

 

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