When it comes to wedding day fashion, strike the perfect balance of poise and personality.
Utah photographer, Bri Bergman, teamed up with local professionals to create this gorgeous shoot. From the cakes to the florals, we love everything about this styled session.
“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 […]
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 […]
Grassy fields and soaring mountains provided the ceremony’s natural décor.
I had to make do with the always friendly—and free—alternative: Pinterest.
Jaime (a plastic surgeon) and Danielle (a preschool teacher) met on a blind date. The Los Angelenos dated for seven months before Jaime popped the question over the Fourth of July weekend. He proposed to Danielle with Champagne and roses in the same spot they subsequently were married a year later.
Designer Kellie Jackstien on… floral trends, hot colors, mistakes to avoid and must-have vases.
With so many options out there for planning your wedding, it’s easy to get lost in a Pinterest menagerie of fonts, flowers and fondue fountains all leading to dead links and an #epicweddingfail. We’re here to help. Not only do UB&G’s guides showcase the products and the prettiness, we also present WHO is behind Utah’s picture-perfect weddings
Pink and blushing brides go hand-in-hand. Tinge Floral’s Ashley Beyer chooses this demure palette—combining foxgloves, astilbe, ranunculus, peonies, Distant Drum shrub roses, cottage yarrow, blueberries, Sally Holmes heirloom roses, heucherella and spirea foliage for a signature look. “I tend to be attracted to blooms and foliage that feel softer and are more approachable,” says Beyer, […]