Chasing Daylight: Bridals at Antelope Island

With boho in mind, Kevyn Bruce ventured out to Antelope Island along with models, real-life husband and wife, McKenna and Alex Wood. The simplicity of the greenery and gown alongside the setting sun gave us the warm and fuzzies, thanks to Kevyn’s photography skills, but she gave us a little inside scoop on the reality, “Kenna and Alex were such troopers at this shoot, while it looks like a warm dessert, it was actually freezing once the sun started to go down.”


Kevyn found inspiration for this shoot through the scenery and variety of landscapes seen all over Utah. The Antelope Island backdrop perfectly flattered  his Boho-inspired shoot, keeping its beauty even as the sun faded away.


J Noelle Designs custom lace dress captured the effortless-bride-vibe for this shoot. Her custom designs give brides the ability to be unique on their wedding day without missing any detail. Boho-bonus: the hat!


The simplicity of the eucalyptus bouquet did not distract from the scenery and more importantly, the couple! Using greenery instead of flowers is an inexpensive and natural look that can go with any style. We love how perfectly the green complimented the scenery at Antelope Island, which was captured beautifully  in all of the photos by Kevyn, keep scrolling for more!


Photography: Kevyn Bruce Photography | @kevynbrucephoto
Bouquet: Harper Florals | @harperflorals
Dress: J Noelle Design |
Models: McKenna Wood and Alex Wood | @kenna.wo0d
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