September 9, 2009
Erika & Chris tied the knot at Salt Lake’s legendary
Ruth’s Diner which is now owned by Erika’s parents. The diner had never hosted a wedding before but suited the couple’s laid back, rock n roll style down to the ground. Dispite living in relatively conservative Utah, it would seem that nearly every tattooed kid in the State was in attendance – from tattoo artists to punk rockers!
Thanks to the hugely talented Ryan for sharing this day with us.
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