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We're getting hitched!

Welcome to our wedding website, we can't wait to share and celebrate our special day with you. 

We've created this website as a convenient and interactive way to share all the important details with you in the lead up to our wedding. 

You can read more about our love story, get updates on the celebration and check out our registry information too. 

Thank you for your ongoing love and support. We are thrilled to share the excitement of our marriage with you and are grateful for all your support, especially in consideration of the current pandemic situation. We wish you all safety and good health and hope to see you soon!


Update About the Wedding

In line with federal, state and local guidelines, Kalem and Greta have postponed celebrating their wedding until further notice. Further, on March 25th, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints closed all temples. Kalem and Greta had planned to solemnize their marriage in the Ogden Temple, and plan to do so upon its re-opening. If the Ogden Temple is not yet open on May 2nd, the couple plans to be civilly married and celebrate with immediate family. 

Kalem and Greta are disappointed to not be able to share this special day with all of their friends and family. They look forward to gathering together to celebrate their love for each other and their love and friendship for each of you when this crisis resolves. Until then, they wish you all good health and happiness. 

About the couple

Kalem and Greta met in March of 2019 on a backpacking trip to Havasupai Falls. Even though they spent the entirety of the five-day trip blazing trails side-by-side, Greta didn't think twice about Kalem after coming home. The next week, however, Kalem asked Greta on a date, and she said yes. They went on a multi-pitch climb up Rock Canyon in Provo. In the days that followed, they became inseparable, spending time studying in the BYU library, cooking at Greta's little house south of campus and going on many adventures, with Greta teaching Kalem how to backcountry ski and Kalem teaching Greta how to roll a kayak. After the semester ended Kalem moved back to Buhl for the summer, and Greta moved home to Kaysville. They made up for the distance by planning trips that brought them together, from hiking across the Grand Canyon to roasting s' mores on the Pacific.


In the Fall of 2019, they found themselves across the world in Jordan, where Greta was a teaching assistant and Kalem a student on a study abroad with BYU. They loved walking the dusty streets and eating Arab food like hummus, manakish, and fatoush. At the end of the trip, while traveling in Egypt with Kalem's family, Kalem proposed on a morning walk along the banks of the Nile. 

Since returning to the USA, they've gotten down and dirty getting their new home, a 2019 RAM Promaster van, ready for the move-in day after they get married on May 2nd.  

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