…the person who you cannot live without…

“You don’t marry someone you can live with, you marry the person who you cannot live without.” ~Anonymous

I had the opportunity to assist Millie Southworth of Amelia Kate Photography with a wedding recently.

The afternoon was brilliant with the bright Arizona sun, but nothing compared to the bright and happy smiles that radiated from Ashley and Kody’s faces as they stepped out of the doors of the Mesa, Arizona LDS Temple as husband and wife.  Their families greeted them with joyful cheers as they gathered on the temple steps for a group photo.

Later that evening the happy couple gathered with family and friends to celebrate their new lives together.  The DJ was a delightful part of the evening.  Just prior to the first dance he asked Kody to kiss Ashley the way he wants to be kissed every day.  Later the DJ asked Ashley to do the same.  Both kisses, like their first dance, were beautiful and full of tenderness.

The DJ kept the dance floor rocking all through the evening.  Some of my favorite moments from the evening took place on the dance floor.  Here are a just a few:  The bride with her father, the groom with his mother, and one of Ashley and Kody showing everyone how to be rock stars!

Lasting Impressions did a fantastic job with the wedding decorations. If you are interested in contacting Marlene of Lasting Impressions send me an email and I will send you her contact information.

A huge congratulations to Ashley and Kody and a BIG Thanks to Millie for taking me on as an assistant photographer for their special day!



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