An Outdoor Jewish Wedding at Sundance Resort from Perez Photography

Julia and Marc settled on having their wedding at Sundance Resort in Sundance, Utah since it was convenient for both the bride’s family (who were traveling from Dallas) and the groom’s family (who were traveling from Seattle). It was also important for them to pick a scenic destination where they could have an outdoor wedding complete with activities like white water rafting and horseback riding to keep guests busy between events. Navy blue and bright pops of coral and pink brought out the natural beauty of the setting and the couple even had a chuppah made out of tree trunks. The best part of the entire wedding though? The chair dance. Marc’s reaction is an absolute must-see! See all the photos from Perez Photography.

Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog
Perez Photography / Sponsored: The Knot Blog

Ceremony & Reception Site: Sundance Resort, Sundance, UT | Photography: Perez Photography, Dallas, TX | Videography: Aaron Horton Productions, Seattle, WA | Consultant: Paige Chenault Events, Dallas, TX | Gown: Amsale, Neiman Marcus, Dallas, TX | Hair: Vicki Bonnheim, Dallas, TX & Lunatic Fringe Salon, Salt Lake City, UT | Makeup: Allure Image, Salt Lake City, UT | Veil: Mother’s veil | Shoes: Valentino, Neiman Marcus, Bellevue, WA | Bridesmaids Dresses: Two Birds, Nordstrom, Dallas, TX | Wedding Rings: Ben Bridge Jeweler, Seattle, WA | Formalwear: Tom Ford, Neiman Marcus, Dallas, TX | Stationery: Stamped Paper Co., Dallas, TX | Flowers: Artisan Bloom, Draper, UT | Catering: Sundance Resort, Sundance, UT | Cake: Carrie’s Cakes, Sandy, UT | Chuppah: Handmade by friends of couple | Honeymoon: Bali, Indonesia and Hong Kong

More from The Knot:
> See Julia & Marc’s full wedding album
> See more traditional Jewish weddings
> Learn more about Jewish wedding rituals

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