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Utah Bride and Groom

Earthy Glam

Utah is best known for its one-of-a-kind landscapes, and when photographers draw inspiration from Utah’s majestic natural surroundings, the results are pure magic.

“My inspiration for the shoot started with the location and evolved from there,” says photographer Madison d’Huart. She’s always on the hunt for unique places to shoot, and this little alcove was the perfect hideaway for all of this beauty. Both d’Huart and her collaborators, Jessica of J. Noelle Design and Macie Redd of Salt and Flora floral design, took full advantage of the area’s botanical texture and neutral color palette, to create a look that is effortlessly “earthly glam.”

The florals in particular capture the rustic tones of fall, setting the mood. Macie Redd shared that for this look, she focused heavily on foraged materials in order to cultivate a “raw and natural” look. She picked up tumbleweed and grass from around the site to create her “arch,” an unexpected twist of  beauty that somehow perfectly matches the copper hues in the bouquet and ribbon.

 

If you’re searching for the perfect fall floral look, you’ve found it here: simple and elegant, with just a dash of “woodland fairy.”

 

Vendors:
Photography: Madison d’Huart Photography

Gown: J. Noelle Design 

Headpiece: Danani Bridal 

Florals and Arch: Salt and Flora

Model & MUA: Chloe Bennett

Get more floral inspo here! 

Megan Bartholomew
Megan Hulse Bartholomew is the web editor for Utah Bride & Groom and Utah Style & Design magazines. She recently graduated from the University of Utah with degrees in English and Journalism, and is currently trying to catch up on 5+ years of pleasure reading.

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