Utah Photographer | Nick Sokoloff

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Yashoda and Kevin: Hindu Wedding Ceremony: The Grand America, Salt Lake City

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Yashoda and Kevin’s Hindu wedding ceremony was held at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City. Friends and family from literally all over the world came to celebrate the occasion. It was an honor to be the photographer for this beautiful, cultural and heart-felt day and night. I love the tradition and ceremony and styles of Indian weddings and this one was truly memorable. The love and fun was enjoyed by all, and young and old alike danced the night away. I think the images really reflect this special day. Special thanks to my second photographer extraordinaire, David Daniels, and to Yashoda and Kevin’s wonderful families. Most of all, congratulations to Yashoda and Kevin…a great couple who clearly belong together.

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Yashoda and Kevin: Western Ceremony, Huntsman Institute.

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Yashoda and kevin’s weekend wedding celebration kicked off on a Friday night at the The Point Restaurant and Reception Center in the Huntsman Cancer Institute. The setting was perfect for this celebration with blue skies and picturesque views high above the city. The ceremony was perfect with interesting light and everyone in great spirits…it was the perfect lead-up to the traditional Indian ceremony to be held the following night at the Grand America Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City. So much fun working with these guys and being the photographer for all their wedding festivities.




Engagement Ceremony: Yashoda and Kevin

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Yashoda and Kevin had their engagement ceremony recently in Salt Lake City, UT. In the Indian tradition, this ceremony binds not just the couple together, but unites the families as well (gotta like your in-laws! Good thing both of these families are lovely.) It was a fun afternoon with an interesting cultural ceremony, delicious food and amazing faces to photograph. As a photographer, it is great to know that at an Indian ceremony there will be incredible fashions and amazing, vibrant colors. The wedding is in February…can’t wait for the full-blown affair.