Minimal of color can be magical, especially when a site is dark and moody. Leslie Price of Leslie Dawn Events and photographer Alixann Loosle enter La Caille’s deep forest at dusk to create a quiet design that caresses and calms. This enchanting retreat captures the charm of a captivating storybook romance.
Flowers are one of the most beautiful components in a wedding. From the bouquet to table centerpieces, flowers are key to setting the tone for the entire day. We, sat down with Kellie Jackstien of Artisan Bloom to talk everything floral. Here’s what she had to say.
Scenemakers has been helping couples plan their dream weddings in Utah for over 20 years. We sat down for a Q&A with one of its experts to chat about wedding planner weapons and some of their favorite projects from last year.
2018 wedding trend alert: Vintage trailers are a thing and we can’t get enough of them.
Brrrr…it’s cold out there. No, this isn’t the start to that famous early 2000 cheerleader romcom chant from Bring it On. No it really it’s cold outside. We might be in the middle of a late winter, but the late season snow and below freezing temps are making up the difference. Unless you’re an avid skier or snowboarder, going outdoors for exercise between the months of November and early April is not an option.
These days, alcohol isn’t just reserved for the bar.
After going through a thorough seven-month remodel, Talia Event Center is now back to making wedding dreams come true for brides across Utah. Our editorial team here at Utah Bride & Groom sat down with Talia Event Center’s Talia Painter to talk about what makes their venue unique and ways to make a large wedding more intimate, here’s what she had to say.
Minimalist party planning tip: Balance the details and let them shine.
Wedding day hair and makeup fit for a Goddess? I think yes. This team of local talent created this gorgeous shoot that shows us how to get the look.
Photographer Pepper Nix reveals Utah’s most opulent and jaw-dropping ceremony venues.