Let’s get real. Many wedding guests have one thing on their minds when penciling in a wedding: food. Don’t disappoint. Choose a caterer or menu that includes sweet, savory and maybe even a little surprise.
“Since it was a ‘destination’ wedding for a lot of the guests, we made a week of the wedding with events, hikes, pool parties and concerts.”
· Tinge Floral Owner ·
Florist extraordinare, Ashley Beyer understands the key to life lies in simplicity . . . and dressing fancy every once in a while.
Close your eyes and let your mind wander back to the delightful summer memories of childhood.
Personal touches—including a five-course menu with wine pairings, signature High West Distillery cocktails, plus a meaningful venue—cater to Alex and Henry’s luxurious autumn ranch wedding.
On a day filled with laughter and happy tears, Stacia and Dustyn infuse glamorous and whimsical details into a summer scene staged beneath an aspen canopy.
Flowers are one of the best parts of being a bride. It’s not everyday you carry a bundle of blooms around in your arms, wear them in your hair or ceremoniously toss them to your friends.
· Wedding Photographer ·
Tessa Barton, wedding photographer, talks lipstick, managing career and beauty, and her idea of a night out.
· Lindsey Stewart, Wedding Photographer ·
Being a bride is a unique moment in life, from the peak of the proposal to the sparkler-lit getaway, there’s a lot of wedding planning and prepping you need to do to enjoy a very special day.
“Park City is near and dear to our hearts and we immediately knew we wanted to get married there.”