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Sin in Salt City

Earlier this summer I witnessed a murder.
It was so shocking to my system that I am only just now able to bring myself to talk about it.
It started innocently enough. I was invited to a party with a bunch of lovely people.
Everyone was mingling and getting to know each other and having a grand ol’ time.
Then suddenly, out of nowhere, an innocent woman lay dead on the floor.
Thankfully there was a keen detective in the group and he proceeded to get to the bottom of this horrible tragedy.
After uncovering layers of lies and deceit, the mystery was solved and the murderer was brought to justice.
Despite a messy murder and invasive investigation, I appreciated how these party guests never let this murder spoil their evening.
Everyone still managed to thoroughly enjoy themselves and in the end, the party was a huge success.
My kind of people. #priorities.



Big thanks to the amazing hosts of the night. Michelle from Twig Creative and Jenn from Annelily Design.
Lofgrens Modern Furniture for providing the gorgeous space.
Pak n Wrap who provided paper products for the night.
Sweet Tooth Fairy who provided their infamous cake bites.
The Crepe Co who provided their delicious crepes.
Brickyard Buffalo who provided amazing swag bags for giveaways throughout the night and last but certainly not least,
Becky Earl who second shot this fabulous event with me.
For some behind the scenes images, follow me on Instagram.   @kieraeve.

Hailey and Bob

This beautiful bridal session is being featured on Utah Bride Blog today so I figured I had better post it here as well! Bob and Hailey are the most amazing couple who have such a beautiful story of love. It was my absolute pleasure to work with them. Their wedding post will follow as soon as I have the chance to catch up on my blogging.

August 12, 2013 - 10:23 am

Anonymous - Loooove them all, love you too! Thanks for everything!

August 12, 2013 - 9:37 am

Sarah Knight - Absolutely gorgeous!


I wanted to take a minute and tell you about my oldest son Isaiah.
He just graduated from Elementary School and in honor of the big day, he wanted to sing an acoustic version of Radioactive by Imagine Dragons.
With the help of his Uncle Greg who played the guitar, Isaiah sang his solo in front of the parents and students during the 6th grade talent show.
Because he was so good they asked him if he would be willing to sing at graduation.
He accepted their offer and blew me out of the water with his amazing performance.
The photos are from the talent show and the video was taken at his 6th grade graduation.
I am such a proud mama.
And I might have a superstar on my hands.

June 12, 2013 - 9:30 pm

angie - He’s good!

June 7, 2013 - 4:51 pm

tearese - wow, he did a great job! What a brave kid.

June 7, 2013 - 11:56 am

Kristin - Awe, so good!! He has a great voice! I love his big breath in the middle.

June 7, 2013 - 9:14 am

yan palmer - i can’t even describe the degree to which i love this. its such a vulnerable and tender to thing to put yourself out there, and he totally KILLED it. did you cry? is that asher fussing at the end who said, “i like dat song….” geeeze. cuteness and talent overload.