Utah Bride and Groom

Singular Sensations: Bellflower

Heather, lilac, wisteria, orchid, thistle and bellflower. With their naturally alluring hues, it’s no wonder these flowers are names of shades of soft purple. “With the range of colors flying off the runways, I’m so happy to finally see color in weddings,” La Fete’s Allison Baddley says. The planner-slash-designer showcases a bouquet filled with tree peonies, frilly tulips, clematis, frittilaria, anemone, lilac, sweet peas, scabiosa, iris, French lavender, allium, thistle and columbine. “I prefer to focus on one element—such as a couple’s favorite color or a detail from a venue like wood or leather—and weave it throughout the wedding, much like an interior designer does to a home,” Baddley says. But what about those brides hung up on a multi-colored wedding? “Even when a bride says, my colors are navy, pink and white, I try to focus on one of these colors as a focal point.”

Heather Nan Photography – Utah Wedding Photographer

Leanne Marshall Michaela gown, $3,350, Alta Moda Bridal, SLC

— Hair and makeup: Janelle Ingram

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Val Rasmussen is Editor at Utah Bride & Groom magazine, Assistant Editor at Utah Style & Design magazine, and Contributor to Salt Lake magazine. She can be reached at val@utahbrideandgroom.com or via Instagram @ValerieFRas.

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