Loren Steven Mullin and Heidi Diana Henry were married on June 24 in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Salt Lake Temple in Utah.
Heidi is the daughter of Kenneth and Patricia Henry of John Day. Loren is the son of Allan and Rozanne Mullin of John Day. A reception was held in their honor at the home of the bride's parents on June 26.
The wedding dress was made by AKA Designs, owned and operated by the bride. The design for the dress was inspired by 1870s English fashion. The two-piece dress was made from nearly 50 yards of satin and double Georgette. The bodice was a boned corset that laced up the back. The pagoda sleeves were hand-crocheted with hand-beaded accents. The floor-length skirt was embellished with embroidered flowers and hand-beaded around the circumference of the hem. The seven-foot train was on pull cords for easy bustling. The bride's bouquet was made by Adele Wilson of John Day.
The bride and groom reside in Laramie, Wyo., where the groom is attending Wyoming Technical Institute and the bride is employed at Sew Perfect.
Paternal grandparents include Steve and Carolyn Mullin of Prairie City, and Blair and Ineta Carpenter of John Day, currently serving a mission for the LDS church in New Jersey.
Maternal grandparents are Emogene Henry of Portland and the late Kenneth Henry, and Ralph and Thelma Miller of Nampa, Idaho.