Photos by: Kate Osborne Photography The Gatherist’s design in this stylized shoot is a lesson in push-and-pull from top to bottom. Ember’s floor-to-ceiling windows–paned in iron–provide bright, natural light and create shadows along the concrete floor that photographer, Kate Osborne uses to create depth. And, the simplicity of the space compliments the classic silhouette of the Jann Marie Bridal shift […]
Tunnel Springs, Utah Photos by: Chelsey Black Photography This outdoor minimony inspiration editorial was influenced by a romantic fine art aesthetic and a touch of European influence. With soft and delicate floral, champagne dress, and elegant invitation suite handmade in Spain this wedding was a dream. The images were captured with a gorgeous blend of […]
· Utah's first DryBar is a blow-out-only bar. No cuts, no color. Just a wash and a blow-dry. ·
From the moment you walk into Utah’s very first DryBar, located in Sugarhouse, you can feel the positivity coming from the staff, the decor and the clients, themselves. Floating mirrors and pops of yellow and lavender are well-lit by wall-length windows that create a bright and cheerful atmosphere. First, you pick a hairstyle from a […]
Abby Bengtzen, owner of Forever La Fleur on turning floral arrangements into pressed flower keepsakes. Abby Bengtzen, owner and operator of Forever La Fleur, first started pressing flowers alongside her grandmother. In the summer months, the two would go out into the garden and create homemade bouquets before returning home to press them into cards […]
The Couple Erin and Joe met as neighbors while they were both living in Texas. Unbeknownst to them at the time, they went to college at each other’s hometown. As they went on dates, they realized that they could have met years ago and were inseparable ever since. After getting married, they decided to move […]
After going through a thorough seven-month remodel, Talia Event Center is now back to making wedding dreams come true for brides across Utah. Our editorial team here at Utah Bride & Groom sat down with Talia Event Center’s Talia Painter to talk about what makes their venue unique and ways to make a large wedding more intimate, here’s what she had to say.
“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 […]
“The key is to make the décor look effortless.”
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Nothing screams summertime quite like outdoor weddings do.