Before moving to Utah, Christina and Ryan planned their wedding from Chicago. “I had always dreamed of a late-fall or early-winter wedding, but in Chicago, that meant it would be have to be indoors,” Christina says. “I had fallen in love with the mountains on our previous trips to Utah.”
Acrylic furnishings deliver chic see-through style to newlyweds’ nests.
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Take it from the Parisians: Don’t overdo it. “There’s an art to arranging,” says Shelly Huynh of Orchid Dynasty, who just returned from Paris, “but I’m not doing anything over-manipulative.” Huynh’s approach is simple, yet yields bouquet wow factor. She heads to her 9th & 9th neighborhood greenhouse to find the stars of her bouquet—lime […]
Words can’t describe it. In memory, it’s a colorful blur. You have to be there or see the pictures to understand the vivid colors, joyful crowds, glittering traditions and rambunctious music of an Indian wedding.
Paris, New York…Salt Lake? Hot, hip, haute. If you think Utah isn’t on the cutting edge when it comes to high-end wedding fashion, think again. Now more than ever, Utah brides have a plethora of local, high-style options—from seasoned boutiques to up-and-comers like Bitsy Bridal. Akin to big-city couture houses, Bitsy’s showroom boasts natural light […]
Caps sleeves and crew necks aren’t only reserved for the modest bride. Here, sheer peek-a-boo lace exposes just the right amount of skin, keeping the look flirty and fun. See more Mountain High inspirations here. See some of the other looks: Pop the Champagne, Channel Your Inner Goddess and Think Pink. Guipure lace applique on a Chantilly lace […]
When it comes to wedding day directions, Michelle Cousins of Michelle Leo Events shows the way. Go here. Wear this. Bring that. Weddings can be confusing for guests, so they need direction. What signs should couples provide at their wedding events? Master planner and designer Michelle Cousins of Michelle Leo Events reports her favorites. Announce […]
“You can really focus on texture and foliage with monochromatic colors,” explains Soil & Stem’s Nicole Land, who just recently returned from a floral workshop in New Zealand. “You don’t need a green-base bouquet. This plum branch is that special element you can’t buy.” Ornamental plum foliage—foraged straight from Land’s garden—not only adds a shade […]
No lace. No beads. No problem. This simple sheath walks down the aisle, then waltzes into the reception with uncomplicated elegance. Phalaenopsis orchids add interest and a pop color.