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All love stories have to start somewhere and for Kerrigan and Trevor, it started back when they were in college. Fresh into college, Kerrigan Ah Mook Sang bumped into Trevor Ventura who was a senior at that time.

They both had the same group of friends and were even in Hawaii club together. Their friendship started off in a way you would see in movies; the girl asked to borrow a textbook for class, and the next thing you know, they are constantly seen together.

From spending time together between classes and taking part in the same extracurricular activities; Kerrigan and Trevor were quite inseparable. Their friendship soon turned into something more and 7 years down the road, they decided to tie the knot. Both individuals had a lot in common, so it was just meant to be.

Kerrigan and Trevor at the Dry Lake Bed with wooden sign.

The recently married couple moved from Washington to Florida and then to Las Vegas. They both love to travel, and on their recent trip to Alaska, Trevor proposed and of course Kerrigan said YES. This all happened in the most romantic setting possible; they took a private helicopter ride to Knik Glacier and that is where Trevor popped the question.

Kerrigan and Trevor are simple people who love Disney, so they decided to have the perfect movie-inspired wedding at the dessert with their close friends and family members. They had a Dry Lake Bed Wedding and it was an absolute delight to capture the happy event.

Kerrigan and Trevor dancing at the Dry Lake Bed.
Kerrigan and Trevor's ceremony at the Dry Lake Bed.

The theme of the Dry Lake Bed wedding was boho with a hint of fall colors and textures. Kerrigan wore this beautiful white wedding gown with a plunge neckline, short sleeves and a slit along the hem to show off some extra leg. It was definitely a great pick to wear for a Las Vegas wedding
happening in the desert. As for Trevor, he was a camel colored suit and looked quite handsome in it. The color of his outfit complimented the theme and the location quite well.

Kerrigan carried a beautiful flower bouquet featuring a variation of fall colors. The small wedding party wore outfits within the same color palette, so everything was on point. As for the décor, it was quite next to nothing because the happy couple wanted to do something minimal and just enjoy the day with their loved ones. A wooden triangle shaped arch stood along, decorated with some flowers.

Kerrigan and Trevor kissing in front of their ceremony arbor.

It was a simple ceremony and wedding, followed up a romantic photoshoot of the newly wedded couple. The Dry Lake Bed Wedding was a joy to capture because it was quite unique, intimate and simple all at the same time. Every moment captured on film was filled with emotions of love and
that is easily visible through the album. We wish the happy couple best of luck for their future; may they spend a lifetime together and more.

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Florals: Gaia Flowers
Umbrella: Modern Vintage Rentals

McKenzi Taylor
McKenzi Taylor

McKenzi Taylor is America’s go-to elopement and micro wedding expert, often featured in small and major media outlets, such as the New York Times. With over 15 years of wedding photography experience, it was after planning her own Las Vegas elopement in 2016 that McKenzi felt her purpose shift into elopement coordination. She started Cactus Collective Weddings soon after in 2017. Since then, she’s become a WIPA board member, and has helped well over 1000 couples get hitched in style around Las Vegas, San Diego and Black Hills.