Just because you’re skipping the 15-hour flight, doesn’t mean you can’t take a few cues from one of Italy’s most stunning regions. Just a few details can make you and your guests feel like you’ve been whisked away to to Italia. Greenery, florals, and rustic details in the stationery foreshadow an Italian-inspired wedding. Drawing inspiration […]
More and more couples are saying “I do” to getting married in the wilderness in lieu of traditional venues. The key to nailing a forest setting as the backdrop to your bridals or nuptials is enhancing the natural beauty of your surroundings–as captured here by Kayla Swayze–while adding pops of color or texture that provide […]
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 […]
For brides looking to make a statement on their wedding day, we suggest experimenting with bold punchy colors like emerald green, red and even bright pink. Photography: Lauren Wrigley Photography | @wrigleyphoto Model: Bergen Nelson | @bergen.nelson Floral: Jocelyns Floral | @jocelynsfloral MUA: Eluvia Malyurek | @beautybyluvi
Thinking about renting a photo booth for your wedding day? Here at Utah Bride & Groom, some of our favorite wedding memories have come from the photos we’ve taken in photo booths. Photo booths are a versatile way to add personality and entertainment to any wedding. From DIY to rentals, there are plenty of options […]
Traditionally, the bride’s family assumes the burden of most wedding costs, a custom most likely translated from ancient traditions of providing a dowry to attract a husband. While it is still not custom to ask the groom’s family to pay for any more than what is listed in our guide, modern in-laws often offer to help with more. Whatever the case may be, all parties should start budgeting now for their share of the nuptial fees. Here is a guide to help answer the question: Who pays for what?