Step into your love story with Whitney Hunt, a seasoned wedding photographer with a decade’s worth of experience in capturing the profound emotions of your special day. Having started with a desire to document all facets of life, Whitney found her heart beats happiest when telling love stories. Her talent is not confined to tracking the main event but she has an uncanny knack for seizing those spontaneous moments that flood back a rush of emotions. In pursuit of her passion and inspiration, Whitney extends her services beyond borders transforming ordinary moments into extraordinary memories. The most gratifying compliment she could receive from you is becoming your “forever photographer,” invited to chronicle your life’s milestones amidst blossoming futures and growing families.
Gabby Schmidt and Dalton Cline’s love started the way so many modern romances do — a dating app. Gabby is originally from Las Vegas, and Dalton is from St. George. They were both living in Provo when they went on their awkward first date. When Dalton moved back to southern Utah, they kept in touch as friends. It wasn’t until they did a pandemic “FaceTime Date” that sparks flew. “We ended up talking for four hours,” Gabby says.
Wedding planning is back in full swing. Tim Chi, The Knot’s CEO, predicted a wedding boom in the second half of 2021 — and he was right. Almost half of the couples who had a wedding planned in 2020 postponed it to a later date, which means 2021 and 2022 are the years of never-ending nuptials. Whether you’re planning or re-planning your wedding, here are five areas to start.