For McKenzie and Brian, it all started with a little friendly competition among coworkers. Brian enlisted their help in finding his future wife, setting the reward at $100. His coworkers were game, but the dates they set him up on were less than satisfactory. Brian thought they were holding back on him, though, so he upped the ante, increasing the reward to $500. Not long after that, one of McKenzie’s best friends, who had worked alongside Brian for awhile, decided to set them up. McKenzie knew that her friend wasn’t expecting anything to come of it, and frankly, neither McKenzie or Brian expected anything either. But the pair went to Settebello’s, and well, the rest is history!
McKenzie had a perfect vision of her dream dress, but after a lot of footwork, she was still no closer to finding it. With four months to go, she searched online and found her dress! It became a matter of finding a store nearby that carried it in her size and color, and Petals and Promises was the only store that did. McKenzie and her parents drove up to try it on, and she fell in love with the gorgeous fit and flare organza gown.
“The consultant I worked with was incredible. She didn’t care that I wanted to just stay in the dress in front of the mirror forever! I love Petals and Promises!” McKenzie shared.
gown :: M492
location :: LDS Temple Salt Lake City, UT & Salt Lake City Country Club
photography :: Logan Walker Photography
Videography :: David Perry
hair & makeup :: Kristine Hang (MAC)
florals/event designer :: Brenda Robertson (Posies and Company)
catering :: Salt Lake City Country Club
bridesmaids :: J. Crew
tuxedos :: DC Tuxedos
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