Temple Exit Tips | Utah Temple Wedding

Updated: Apr 28

Temple Exit Tips

As a Cedar City wedding photographer, and a photographer of Latter Day Saint weddings who getting married in LDS temples, I would love to give some of my "temple exit tips" to ease the stress that may come with your temple exit.


1. Go slow: A lot of bride and grooms get nervous coming out of the temple doors to see a lot of people staring at them. The first reaction can be to hurry and get the attention off of the two of you, but I am here to tell you to SLOW DOWN. Forget everyone is there. Go slow. Whether you dip, kiss, cheer, don't get too antsy and again go slow.


2. Soak in the moment: Instead of thinking about everyone watching you, think about how the exciting things that happened moments just moments previous. Soak each other in and enjoy every single moment.


3. Hugs on Hugs: After you have exited the temple, done a silent cheered, dipped, kissed and all the fun poses, a lot of couples freeze and don't know what to do next. Do not hesitate to hug family and share the moment with them.


These are just a few of my temple exit tips for my LDS Bride and Grooms. I hope they helped! If you have any additional questions do not hesitate to reach out! I am always happy to help!



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As a Utah wedding photographer I shoot a lot of wedding ceremonies, but I also shoot a lot of LDS temple weddings! They both are gorgeous events I am so grateful to be apart of!


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