Utah Bride and Groom

Art Deco Meets Minimalist Wedding Style

Written by Val Rasmussen

Earlier this week, I chatted about 2018 Utah wedding trends on Good Things Utah and this was one style that I couldn’t resist sharing with viewers.

Our “Less is More” feature story unveils a simple sophistication. It showcases a restraint on over-theming a party, which is easy to do when a party planner can’t contain their excitement for a specific style. Party planning tip: Balance the details and let each one shine.

Art deco hints—carnations, baby roses, crystal goblets and the groom’s classic tuxedo—balance the clean lines of a marbled cake, sculptural candleholder, and the bride’s contemporary gown.

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Flowers and Styling: Rachael Ellen Events, SLC

Photos: Kenzie Victory, Provo

Cake: Flour & Flourish, Orem

Ribbon: Frou Frou Chic

Ring box: The Mrs. Box

Dress: Rent the Runway

Suit: The Black Tux

Ring: J. Brooks, SLC

Hair and makeup: Katie Livingston, Riverton

Invitation: Script Merchant

Rentals: Anthropologie at City Creek, SLC; Alice Lane Home Collection, SLC; Crate & Barrel at Fashion Place, Murray

Love the minimalist design in this post? Check out Less is More: Wedding Inspo for the Minimalist Bride

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Val Rasmussen
Val Rasmussen reports on local trailblazers in design and fashion for Utah Bride & Groom, Utah Style & Design and Salt Lake magazines. Additionally, she works with marketing teams to create content about leaders impacting business, construction, technology and healthcare.



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