Every once in a while a wedding comes along that is so thought out, unique and special it will never be forgotten in Canterbury History… and this is definitely one of those weddings! Every detail was carefully planned by the couple and I couldn’t have been happier with how it all turned out!

To give you an inside scoop about how the couple met….
Addison and Jenna met on their missions in Birmingham, Alabama. They served in the same area for 6 months and became really good friends. She got home a month after he did and then her mom invited him to her homecoming on Facebook (don’t you love the new erra of realtionships stemming from Facebook? It’s amazing). He luckily showed up and the rest is history!

They were engaged May 7th 2010 and married in the Salt Lake Temple on August 5th 2010.
In her own words “It was an amazing day! The Canterbury was a perfect place for the ring ceremony and a great reception! I loved how we could have the ring ceremony outside and the reception inside! There was so much space for dancing and eating, including separate rooms! It was also nice to have a wedding planner to make sure that it was all planned! The people at Canterbury were so great to work with and they’d let you do just about anything you wanted! Everything turned out perfect! ”

Thanks Jenna for all the kind words! I too am thrilled at how amazing all of it turned out and I am even more excited to finally show off these incredible pictures shot by Morgan Trinker Photography. I am completely in love with her style and it confirms what I tell all of my brides…. make it a priority to find a good photographer who will document your wedding day perfectly. It’s worth it!

 
 One of my favorite details were these tissue poms, Bird cages, and topiary balls that we hung from the ceiling. She had the theme of birds incorporated into the decor all over the building. FUN!

I can’t get over how beautiful this shot is! Reminds me of Italy…

One crative detail they incorporated into the wedding was Jenna’s Dad hand built a photo booth that hung these picture frames so guests could get pictures the moment they walked in the door. Can you say Creative and Cute!

Thanks Jenna and Addison for letting me share these amazing pictures and ecspecially THANK YOU for letting me be a part of planning your special day!
Photography: Morgan Trinker
Flowers: Emily
Cake: Her grandma
 
Post by Elysha Black