Salt Lake Temple Missionary Session - Alex & Stacey Garrett

MISSIONARIES


Salt Lake City Temple Missionary Session

June 8th, 2019

One of the perks of marrying someone is that you inherit some really neat family members. I am blessed to have inherited Rachel as a cousin when I married Alex. She is one of the kindest and most positive individuals you will meet. In fact, if I had to describe Rachel to a stranger I would describe her as a beautiful ray of sunshine! I would also inform this stranger that she has a contagious laugh, beautiful smile, and a light inside of her.

A BEAUTIFUL RAY OF SUNSHINE…

Rachel has been called to serve as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Chicago, Illinois mission. For 18 months Rachel will be joining the other 67,000 current full time missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to serve and love the people of Chicago. We know that she will be incredible and successful in helping others, teaching them, and spreading her light.

SPREADING HER LIGHT…

We agreed that the Salt Lake Temple was the perfect venue for this portrait session because of the beautiful landscaped flowers, gorgeous surrounding buildings, and of course, the beautiful temple itself. Rachel even brought along a Book of Mormon and the Illinois state flag that added so much to these images! Rachel, we are so excited for you and know you are going to be such an amazing missionary and help so many individuals. Thank you for letting us be a part of this experience, it was so fun and your images turned out so beautiful, just like you!



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Alex & Stacey Garrett

Alex & Stacey are a husband and wife photography team based in Cache Valley, UT with a passion for changing lives, promoting healthy, loving marriages and families, and providing extraordinary experiences for their clients with divine images that last forever. Alex & Stacey serve bride and grooms all over Utah and Southern Idaho.