Today’s wedding was shot by the fab-u-lous “adventure” photographer McKenzi Taylor of Taylored Photo Memories. She was fortunate enough to be amongst the few witnesses to this very private yet very grand wedding at Red Rock Canyon.
The couple, from Salt Lake City, are big climbers, so it is apt that they got married at one of the premiere climbing locations in Nevada. The bride wore a gorgeous blue gown that matched the skies that day, and did her own hair and arranged her own bouquet. Simply gorgeous.
For more photos, climb on over to McKenzi Taylor’s blog.
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Ceremony location: Red Rock Canyon / Photographer: McKenzi Taylor of Taylored Photo Memories / Officiant: Revered Angie Kelly of Peachy Keen Unions
Aria Las Vegas exudes this sort of cool, calm glamour with architectural highlights and completely modern details. So it makes sense that an extremely fashionable couple from New York City would choose to elope there!
Stephanie and Brandon had their ceremony in a penthouse suite in Aria, did dinner at Jean Georges Steakhouse (complete with a Freed’s cake – the same people who did the cake for Stephanie’s mom’s wedding years before) and then did a shoot with photographer Brian Leahy all over the property. She wore a Nicole Miller gown and he wore a completely ensemble by Burberry Prorsum. Feast your eyes on this completely chic, couture wedding.
Loving the circles Brian Leahy captured in these photos. My eye was immediately drawn to them.
Bride Stephanie looked fabulous in her Nicole Miller dress. Rock those curls, girl. Brandon was incredible in that Burberry Prorsum suit.
That wedding party wins for most fashionable, ever.
Check out a few more photos from this chic wedding on Brian Leahy’s blog!
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Wedding Venue: Penthouse Suite at ARIA Las Vegas / Reception Venue: Jean Georges Steakhouse at ARIA/ Photographer: Brian Leahy Photography / Wedding Dress: Nicole Miller / Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka / Groom’s Suit and Shoes: Burberry Prorsum / Floral: Matthew Sawicki / Cake: Freed’s Bakery / Celebrant: Ed Bruning