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.
Our beauty experts here at Utah Bride & Groom magazine, have teamed up with a local designers and stylists to bring you the hottest bridal fashion trends for 2018.
“When shooting a bride, you want to always make sure they stand out in the most dramatic way possible,” photographer Sydney Reid says.
Easy-breezy gowns for the spirited, sun-kissed bride. “The mountains are calling and I must go,” said John Muir in his most famous quote. Every year, the indisputable romance of mountain life lures engaged couples to Utah from all over the country. These wanderers and outdoor thrill-seekers celebrate our canyon breezes, grassy slopes and vast views. […]
Nothing says “let’s party” like a dress with bare shoulders, exaggerated ruffles and a high-low hem. Add oversized sunnies and this two-piece brings sass and class to a casual wedding or rehearsal dinner. Swan by VGY Collection top, $70, skirt, $77, Farasha, Park City; Dior sunglasses, $180, Name Droppers, SLC Photography by: Brushfire Photography
Worried an outside soirée can’t handle a little glam? Bring it. There’s no shortage of style with a rouge lips, voluminous curls and a lace bordering a chiffon and tulle skirt and train. Non-beaded lace V-neck front neckline with sheer lace bateau back neckline, low V satin back with chiffon sheath skirt accented with sheer […]
Teaming with photographer Elisha Braithwaite, Fuse planners Mara Marian and Kandace Reader take inspiration from the hot style and luxury of Palm Springs.
Caps sleeves and crew necks aren’t only reserved for the modest bride. Here, sheer peek-a-boo lace exposes just the right amount of skin, keeping the look flirty and fun. See more Mountain High inspirations here. See some of the other looks: Pop the Champagne, Channel Your Inner Goddess and Think Pink. Guipure lace applique on a Chantilly lace […]
No lace. No beads. No problem. This simple sheath walks down the aisle, then waltzes into the reception with uncomplicated elegance. Phalaenopsis orchids add interest and a pop color.
We’re not talking bubbly, either. This golden color proves that beige is anything but boring. Plus, it pairs well with dramatic cascades of cymbidium orchids, hanging amaranthus, grasses and pomegranates. See some of the other looks: Channel Your Inner Goddess, Cap It and Think Pink. Guipure lace overlay with scallop detail and chiffon skirt with champagne lining, […]