On Saturday, Kristy, Tess, and I went to lunch at the Red Iguana and then visited Temple Square. It was a beautiful day for a visit, and apparently, to get married. We saw at least five brides and their retinue hanging around the temple.
Traditionally, couples getting married at the Salt Lake Temple pose with their families in front of one of the four massive doors to the temple. The two on the east side were occupied, but we found a free one on the west.
We walked around the Main Plaza for a better view of the temple.
And waited for a bride to finish getting her pictures taken on the pedestal, so we could take a few of our own.
And then we found a nice patch of grass in the shade and relaxed while Tess explored the flowerbeds.
Altogether, it was a simply lovely afternoon.