‘Let them eat cake!’ is one phrase every wedding guest can’t wait to hear. Give your guests something sweet to look forward to—choose a wedding cake that’s easy on the eyes and taste buds.
Focused on fun, music and food, Cari and Mark orchestrated a destination wedding weekend set among the simple beauty of Park City’s changing season.
Relying on the pristine beauty of a natural mountain setting, Suzie and Andy—with her five-year-old son and his loyal golden retriever next to them—married during a magical December snowfall.
A New York state-of-mind brought these two Utah natives together. With the right mix of rustic and elegance, Sheena and Bryan melded city and country flair to create a refined mountainside retreat.
· Scenemakers Executive Designer ·
As a creative and artist, Karley Parker doesn’t get bogged down by details. She revels in them.
Liza and Matt invite families and friends from both coasts to converge in the Uinta Mountains for a rustic and sweetly elegant celebration.
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.