Monday, September 24, 2012

Barber Shop Love

Morgan was a hard working, beautiful, single, hair dresser.
Sean was a single rocker, whose hair-cutting sister moved away.

A mutual friend told Sean to go to Morgan for a hair cut. There was instant attraction between the two and after four more hair cuts, Sean got the courage to get Morgan's phone number.

Their first date was relaxing and comfortable. Since Morgan had been cutting Sean's hair for a while, there weren't any awkward "getting to know you" moments. Sean didn't hesitate to show affection and took her hand. They ended up at Sean's apartment for a movie. Sean was bold and went for the first kiss. Morgan was very happy as she had been really "into him" after cutting his hair so much!

By December they were official, and February they were in love. The proposal came the following December.  Sean took Morgan to the Draper temple to look at the Christmas lights. While sitting on a bench, with snow lightly falling, Sean asked Morgan to be his wife. 

After trying on multiple dresses, Morgan knew this Allure lace gown was hers! After receiving words of comfort from her seamstress, she knew it would be beautiful, once altered, to have sleeves. Her gown paved the way for her wedding color choices of ivory, champagne, and bronze. 

Her gown also inspired the texture of her cake. 

Morgan and Sean were married on March 10, 2012 in the Draper Utah LDS Temple,
with a reception at the Bungalow that evening. 

During the reception, Sean performed a song he had written just for Morgan.

Sean thought Morgan looked flawless in her gown. Morgan felt sexy, beautiful and completely herself.
Her advice to other brides is to go with your gut. 
When you have found your dress don't hesitate and don't second guess yourself!

Morgan loved her wedding day. It was just perfect! 
She couldn't pick out just one favorite moment when it was all amazingly wonderful!

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