This destination wedding was pure joy to create from start to finish. The Groom is currently a pro football player for the Denver Broncos, but at the time he was playing for the Arizona Cardinals, so basically it was a long distance relationship between bride, groom and planner. The Grooms family lives in Utah along with many of the couples friends so I got the privilage of creating their lovely winter wedding.
This couple had such a great style to say the least! I adored them and it was fun swapping ideas back and forth. The bride and I even had a joint pinterest board together and it made it easier to share ideas over a long distance.
The three thematic elements that were weaved throughout this wedding were; the couples love for France, ivory garden roses, and copper. I am always a little sad to see any event come to a close and this one was no exception.
The Salt Lake Hardware location was a perfect setting for this romantic winter wedding. Creating the 9 ft fresh boxwood topiaries was a challenge, but they turned out gorgeous! The floating white roses and glass orbs from the beams added a soft feminine touch. The guests dined on pomme frites, authentic belgian waffles and real decadent french hot chocolate.
The party went on late into the evening with a snowy sparkler exit that rivaled no other!
Check out the incredible video of this wedding. Video made by Fielding Films.
This wedding embodied modern artistic elegance. The Salt Lake Hardware Building made the perfect canvas for this stunning reception. The wedding's three elements that were painted throughout the reception were; white orchids, terrariums, and a pop of pink and orange from the bridal party.
This bride was was excited about so many different ideas. It was such a blast working with such an artistic family. The Bride's Mother and Father welded the unique terrariums for the tables just off of a picture I found.
There were so many details that I loved about this wedding ... from the 9 ft orchid arrangements that almost looked as if they were floating against the rustic brick wall ... to the glass orb chandelier in the cool lounge area. It was an incredible event for an equally incredible couple.
It was a beautiful day in May. This lovely May 1st wedding reception was held at The Sea Salt Restaurant located in one of Salt Lake City's most enchanting neighborhoods. This wedding's three elements that were entwined throughout were; "May Day", gold/ soft pink and mood moss.
The beautiful bride was very creative and unique so I wanted to be sure to keep the event whimsical and light as well as fresh and elegant. It was such a treat to create the 16 ft garland over the entrance with bunches of ribbons trailing to the ground. I also loved the framed moss and floral art we created to greet guests as they entered.
What a wonderful winter wedding. I loved planning and creating for this wedding from start to finish! I adore this family and the couple was not only stunning, but sweet down to the core. The three elements that guided me throughout the planning of this wedding were; birch trees, the color ice blue and silver mercury.
The reception was held at the Gallivan Center, a total blank slate for planning. All of the millions of twinkling christmas lights outside and the ice skaters down below turned our surroundings into a magical wintery cityscape. I think the main focal point were the two 27 ft trellises we made out of these gorgeous birch poles, spanning the length of the sleek tuscan tables. They looked so amazing covered in flowers,vines and hanging mercury glass lanterns.
One of my favorite elements of this wedding were the linens. I spent countless hrs scouring for the perfect ones for this event -- I think they added that spark that was needed in the space. It was a joy to create the ivory and ice blue floral. They were dreamy and added elegance to the fun atmosphere.
They dined, they danced and ended the evening with a sparkling send off!