It’s a nice day for a white wedding, don’t you think? Inspired by the kitschy fads from the ‘80s—hair bands, pixelated video games and cassette tapes—the creative team of Brynn Larsen of Blooms & Co. and Michelle Frampton of Miesh Photography amps the volume of the era with a modern-day twist.
When it comes to wedding day fashion, strike the perfect balance of poise and personality.
Utah wedding season may be winding down, but my Insta feed is on fire with tons of wedding inspiration and resources. Here’s a look at all the trends, people and products catching my eye this week.
Context is everything. The setting in which we see something colors our appreciation and opinion of it. When the Utah Museum of Fine Arts needed to update the building to accommodate the latest in conservation technology, the galleries were reconfigured to better suit the diverse art collection and the walls received dazzling new colors. What better way to […]
Our beauty experts here at Utah Bride & Groom magazine, have teamed up with a local designers and stylists to bring you the hottest bridal fashion trends for 2018.
“When shooting a bride, you want to always make sure they stand out in the most dramatic way possible,” photographer Sydney Reid says.
The choice isn’t always black or white. Color is the story. You are the main character.
Easy-breezy gowns for the spirited, sun-kissed bride. “The mountains are calling and I must go,” said John Muir in his most famous quote. Every year, the indisputable romance of mountain life lures engaged couples to Utah from all over the country. These wanderers and outdoor thrill-seekers celebrate our canyon breezes, grassy slopes and vast views. […]
A local gal’s go-to guide for party prep.
Nothing says “let’s party” like a dress with bare shoulders, exaggerated ruffles and a high-low hem. Add oversized sunnies and this two-piece brings sass and class to a casual wedding or rehearsal dinner. Swan by VGY Collection top, $70, skirt, $77, Farasha, Park City; Dior sunglasses, $180, Name Droppers, SLC Photography by: Brushfire Photography