This warm weather that we're (finally) getting here in Salt Lake City is making me sooooo happy. I've been working in my garden and taking my kids outside to play as much as possible to soak it up. In the spirit of summertime, I'm super duper excited to share this gorgeous Los Angeles Temple wedding with you! Wait until you see the bride, she is STUNNING. She chose our modest Aviana dress and I think you'll agree that it was the perfect choice.
Los Angeles Temple | Aviana Dress
First of all, I want to share their love story with you! Both Natalie and Cameron are from California. They met while they were working at the Polynesian Cultural Center as tour guides while also attending BYU Hawaii in 2013. They started hanging out after participating in Samoan Club practices together for a culture night performance, and starting dating soon after. Cameron was very serious about being with Natalie, but she had a mission call to Tokyo, Japan. Although he really hoped she would stay home, he supported her decision to go. While she was on her mission, they wrote occasionally as friends (oh please, guys) until she came home. She went back to BYU Hawaii and Cameron had already graduated from college but still wanted to end up with Natalie. They dated long distance for 2.5 months and got engaged. Their engagement lasted 8 months while Natalie finished school, and once she graduated they were married in the Los Angeles temple in April of this year! Ahhhh, love. It's the best.
I'm just a bit obsessed with her bouquet. Succulents and creamy white flowers, so simple yet so sophisticated and lovely. I also didn't know how beautiful the Los Angeles Temple was! And the palm trees on the grounds just make it all the more dreamy.
Soooo the dress! The Aviana has a gorgeous mermaid silhouette covered in beautiful lace leading to an illusion lace train. Flattering, feminine, and flowy. The perfect choice for this summery Los Angeles Temple wedding.
I hope you enjoyed the eye candy from this gorgeous Los Angeles Temple wedding! See you next time! XO
Photography by Naomi Masina of OmiPhoto