Yep you read that right! This wedding took place at a place called the Church of Dirt. It’s at the top of Guardsman’s Pass between Park City and Big Cottonwood Canyon. It’s a beautiful spot where someone has created a natural wood wedding arch. In order to book this beautiful spot you have to wait until the roads are open and the snow has cleared. Once you are able to get up to the pass, you can write your name and date on a rock to reserve. It sounds crazy but somehow it works. Victoria and Logan were the perfect couple and it was such an honor to be a part of their wedding celebration. Every detail was perfectly planned. Subtle touches of their Texas and Louisiana background were everywhere. Victoria’s dress was out of this world and the touches of casual with the denim jacket and cowboy boots and hat made it extra special. The ceremony details were simple yet elegant and the dinner setting at Tupelo was intimate and beautiful. As if that wasn’t enough, the couple had a grand wedding exit in a hot air balloon. It doesn’t get any better than that. This stunning wedding captured by the talented Bobbi Tolman Photography was featured in the 2020 print issue of Utah Valley Bride.