Ten months before Molly said yes, Seth met his future wife. “We were set up on a blind date by one of Molly’s friends from preschool and one of the firefighters on my crew,” says Seth, a wildland firefighter who grew up in Henniker, New Hampshire.
Rachel and Joey met at California Polytechnic State University where they were study partners during a Beatles Music Appreciation class. Two years later, Joey (a sales and marketing executive for his family’s company, Treehouse California Almonds) proposed to Rachel.
8 things to add to your wedding and newlywed checklists for stylish living, eating and celebrating.
Getting hitched alone or accompanied by only a few friends offers intimacy, beauty and, ultimately, a focus on what matters most: marrying the love of your life. Photographer D’Arcy Benincosa joins floral designer Sarah Winward to enlighten Utah couples on the art of eloping with unforgettable style.
Want party design with maximum impact? Try a minimalist approach. Rachael Affleck of Rachael Ellen Events and photographer Kenzie Victory reject the conventional overdone décor, princess gown and endless guest list. Instead, they focus on what matters most—a couple starting its life together. Follow these five tips to harness sophisticated style for a Scandi-chic winter celebration.
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David and Chelsea’s summer wedding at Utah’s capitol building oozes classic style.
If you’re enchanted by mermaids or unicorns in your design, here’s a wedding style for you.
Cue up Pachelbel’s “Canon in D” and make way for the main (fashion) event. Showstoppers—like these gowns from our favorite Utah boutiques—flaunt fine fabrics and sophisticated silhouettes. Paired with sparkling jewels, glowing skin and classic hairstyles, these head-to-toe ensembles shine from “I do” to the last dance.
Photographer Heather Nan focuses on beyond-the-bouquet wedding florals.
Three things: You can’t do it all. Go with your gut. Invite fewer people.