This bride Lindsee never let covid get her down and still had an amazing unique fall wedding. Lindsee is a pilot and is studying at Utah State University and will finish her degree in the fall so there is no wonder she decided to fly into the Mendon Mountains right down the ceremony aisle. She was even flown in a plane her grandpa built who is also a pilot. Jeffery Olson was their officiant for their wedding. He works for the tv network at BYU and had such a unique outlook on their marriage. He tied a rope around both of them symbolizing their union and gave lindsee a feather because of her free spirit and Kaveera a rock for being strong and keeping her grounded. Followed by some touching vows from the couple who had over cast all day except for the peak of sun that came out during their vows. Another unique detail is Kaveera or Kav his family is from cambodia and lindsee incorporated a cambodian ring ceremony. What it is, is anyone who is married can come up to the couple, grab a string and tie it around their wrists and then throw flower petals on them. This symbolizes a long happy marriage. For dinner they had fillet mignon or salmon from off premise catering. They also had a hot chocolate bar and creme brulee for dessert at the reception. AS for music a good mix of cambodian and american music was present. They danced the night away. Her amazing dress featuring swiss dots on the train was from the perfect dress bridal in salt lake city. Her incredible makeup was done by Carrie Purser. The florals are from Fleur Market in Logan. Her venue is a hidden gem in Logan only open to people by referral to The Logan House. The inrecdible cake is from Graceful Baker in Logan. And of course the amazing food was from Off Premise Catering.