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Tara and Brent’s Vintage Engagements

June 4, 2011 – “The 1940’s . . . an era of swing music, amazing clothes and great movies like ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ and ‘Casablanca’.  It was a time when the whole country, men and women, came together to support our involvement in World War II.  This truly was the greatest generation.  They sacrificed much for our benefit.  Did you know that the minimum wage in 1940 was 43 cents per hour? Inventions in the 40’s included the slinky, frisbee and velcro. Where would we be without velcro?

Inspired by the movie ‘The Notebook’ and the great era of the 1940’s, Tara and Brent chose this as the theme for their engagement photos.  We found the perfect venue at the historic Union Station in Ogden.  It is always fun to do something unique and we LOVE the vintage look of their photos!!!  It didn’t hurt that Tara and Brent are both spectacularly good-looking and madly in love.  We had such a great time with them and finished off our session with them sharing a milkshake at the quaint Farr’s Ice Cream Shop, an old-fashioned ice cream parlor filled with sweet treats, mint green decor and nostalgia for days gone by.  We look forward to Tara and Brent’s wedding in August at the Canyons Resort.  Enjoy the photos . . . it was hard to pick our favorites!”  Glade and Corinne   

We ADORE this next photo . . .

Love everything about this . . .

                                                       The colors in this photo are spectacular and Tara and Brent look so incredible . . .

                                                       WOW!!!

Killer shoes . . . (by the end of the photo session, Tara agreed!  Fashion over comfort, right?)

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