real wedding feature {anne pearson photography}












Bride & Groom: Jordann Wills & Brant Snow

Wedding date: September 24th 2009

How they met:

How he proposed: In her apartment preceding a typical night out for the two of them. It was intimate and a big surprise to the bride who had no idea. He had even asked her parents without her knowing. An evening dining at La Caille followed by their regular routine of watching Friday Night Lights in her apartment.

Wedding ceremony location: Salt Lake City Temple

Reception location: Provo Historic Library @ Academy Square

Wedding Song: “Too Marvelous for Words” Frank Sinatra

Wedding colors: brown, tan, gold, off white, & black

Theme: Vintage

Menu: cheesecake w/assorted sauces & lemon water

Special touches: FEATHERS! Fans, chests, trunks, antique mirrors, rugs, couches, wing back chairs, & buffet lamps

Rings: brides came from a New York jeweler {art-deco style} and the grooms was found online

Invitations: Jaffa Printing

Photography: Anne Pearson

Dress: was found at a discount store and the black bolero was custom made to go over it.

bridal attire – bridesmaids each bought their own flattering black dress and they all adorned vintage inspired head bands {forever 21} and the groomsman all wore matching gold ties.

Tuxedo’s: tuxedo junction {slc}

Hair & Makeup: Jordann herself is a licensed cosmetologist

decor: feathers from Fabulous Feathers in California, all of which was ostrich and peacock plumage. ksl, consignment stores, collections of vintage furniture.

Linens: Wed for less

Curtains: Celebrations

Catering: Celebrations by Kimberly Roy

Entertainment: Jordan Stoneman {pianist}

Favors: Vintage rolled up into a cone sheet music with feathers to throw at the bride & groom as they departed.


  1. Genius!!! So dramatic yet soft and feminine. The black bolero is stunning against that gorgeous find of a dress accented by the perfect shoes. I could go on and on… so very gatsby!!! Great photography too!!!

  2. Anne says:

    Thanks for the feature…Jordann worked so hard. Since her theme was obviously vintage, I tried hard to follow through with it with the pictures as well. Lots of “almost flat” images, textures, seriousness…and very little “bright” images or colors. She rocked to work with and truly followed her theme all the way till the end.

  3. So I don’t know what it is about this wedding, but it totally pulled me in. All of the elements were flattering to each other and came together perfectly. Both the photographer and the bride deserve the props for this one.

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