Real Wedding: Tregan Roney & Landon Johnson



June 28, 2012

Story  by Kate Nash

Photography by Alixann Loosle Photography

TREGAN RONEY AND Landon Johnson’s wedding was relaxed and romantic — just like their relationship.

“When I met Landon, I was immediately comfortable around him and I felt like I could be myself,” Tregan says.

The Orem couple met at a friend’s birthday party and became inseparable soon after. Four years of dating and one romantic, rose-petals-everywhere proposal later — they were engaged.

Tregan had dreamed about her wedding for years before she was officially engaged (don’t we all?), and once she had the gorgeous rose-gold ring on her finger, she began assembling her team of all-star vendors.

The first order of business? A dreamy dress fit for a bohemian princess. Butterfly sleeves, ethereal lace and an ever-so-slight blush underlay? Bring. It. On.

Nancy Barrus at Avenía Bridal was the mastermind behind Tregan’s swoon-worthy seams. After some creative collaboration and many fittings, Tregan’s free-spirited frock materialized.

“I loved my dress so much,” Tregan says. “She did such an amazing job. I wish I could wear my dress again!”

Tregan knew she wanted a rustic farm atmosphere for the reception, and Wadley Farms set the scene perfectly. Tregan added floating florals hanging above the tables for a natural, earthy vibe.

And what do you serve at such a beautifully down-to-earth event? Waffles, of course. Culinary Crafts served up a buffet of Belgian waffles with delicious toppings and sauces. A local band, The Gatsbys, provided the perfect soundtrack for the night with stripped-down, acoustic music.

After the cake was cut and the bouquet was tossed, Tregan and Landon made an elegant exit in a horse-drawn carriage.

Tregan’s favorite part of the day?

“I loved seeing everything come together and being surrounded by all of our friends and family,” she says.

img_0815-copy img_0479-copy


Kate Lehnhof Nash first joined Bennett Communications as a summer intern in 2009. Now, as an associate editor, she writes for magazines including Utah Valley Magazine, Utah Valley Bride and Prosper. Kate lives in Springville with her husband Steve and enjoys running, reading, sushi and her french bulldog, Chief.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *