Utah Bride and Groom

Singular Sensations: Solar Power

“Mixture and placement of blooms is key,” says Jessica St. Thomas of St. Thomas Floral. She blends electric oranges and sunny golds in her monochromatic display using classically romantic blooms such as ranunculus, traditional roses, garden roses, zinnias and rose buds. “I love color,” she says. “Some people shy away from color because it can look cheesy fast.” Instead of forcing every color of a wedding palette into a bouquet, she suggests editing the arrangement to just one. Once a single hue is chosen, keep it small. “My brides this year have been asking for something smaller; they don’t want an oversized bouquet.”

Heather Nan Photography -Utah Wedding Photographer

Leanne Marshal Lorelei gown, $3,390, Alta Moda Bridal, SLC; Roberto Coin Princess Earrings with diamonds in yellow and white gold, $3,000, O.C. Tanner Jewelers, SLC and Park City; Roberto Coin Princess Flower Bracelet with diamonds in yellow gold, $1,930, O.C. Tanner Jewelers, SLC and Park City

— 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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