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Park City Destination Wedding on Top of a Mountain

I’ll always love a beautiful blush wedding, but there’s something about fall weddings that just begs for jewel tones. And, this Park City destination wedding is proof why. Amidst the rich hues of Park City in the fall, this duo became husband and wife in the most beautiful day, including illustrated maps from Hilary K Designs Inc. and hand-painted invitations from Momental Designs, a stunning mountaintop setting, romantic florals and so much more! Don’t miss a single detail from Carla Boecklin and Haugen Creative in THE VAULT!


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Fall
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Al Fresco

From The Bride & Groom…The most important thing to us for our wedding was to throw a fun party where everyone who had travelled from afar would get a taste of the Utah we have grown to love over the years. We hosted our welcome party at the High West Distillery, our favorite place to grab drinks and food after a day on the slopes. We stuffed our welcome sacks with Park City-made trail mix and Utah honey. We served Utah trout as part of the dual entree for the wedding dinner. And we scheduled activities throughout the weekend that helped our guests experience Park City the way we would want to (Historical tour of Main Street, Group Hike through Deer Valley, mountain biking & yoga). So in a way we were acting as tour guides and also part advertising agency for the town we spend so much time in and see as our second home. And in part, we did a pretty good job because everyone wants to come back!

For the decor, we wanted to incorporate as many aspects of the mountain as possible, while also achieving a modern aesthetic. My top search words on Pinterest while looking for inspiration were “rustic” and “mountain” although we knew from the start that “rustic” was not exactly what we were going for. More specifically, we wanted to exhibit harmony with our surroundings while fully recognizing that we are New Yorkers throwing a wedding at a hotel in 2015. The ceremony was easy. The St. Regis Grand Lawn already had an unbeatable view. Our florist brought in lanterns and potted plants to line the aisles. All the plants were different, which we loved. For the reception, we opted for a clear tent because we wanted everyone to continue enjoying the beautiful mountain view until the sun went down, and going tent-less in September was too risky. We brought some vegetation into the tent (our florist wrapped the chandeliers with leaves she had foraged locally) so it blended with the mountain and trees outside.

We used low centerpiece in fall colors because on top of it reflecting the season, the colors brightened up the space just the right amount. We decided early on that we wanted to name the tables after our favorite ski runs in Park City. Finding vendors that could make the signs the way we wanted was a challenge, so with a wood burning kit and some ply wood, we made them ourselves! As we got in the arts and crafts mode,we decided to make the place cards ourselves too. After browsing for some ideas on Darby Smart, we bought 150 wood slices cut in half, applied a few coats of chalkboard paint, and wrote out the names of all our loved ones on custom place cards. We wrote our hashtag (#stylinskis) on the extra slices and strategically placed them around cocktail hour so people would get the word.

For food, we knew we were in good hands with the St. Regis’s catering team. On top of having an excellent tasting, we have dined at the J&G Grill in the hotel several times before. We went for a “dual protein” plated dinner because we wanted our guests to experience more variety. It also made printing the response cards lot easier. We only wish we had more time to enjoy our food on the big day!

Entertainment was a big priority for us. After checking them out at a rehearsal, we hired the New Soul Brigade, a talented young group of musicians that had just formed. The energy they brought to the party was unreal. During dinner hour, they played jazz standards in the background. After dinner, they had everyone on the dance floor the moment the speeches were done until the very end of the night. That was by far our favorite part of the wedding..seeing our friends vigorously dancing side by side with our parents, aunts, uncles and loved ones.

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Photography: Carla Boecklin | Cinematography: Haugen Creative | Event Planning: Jenna Swan | Floral Design: Tulips And Thyme | Wedding Dress: Reem Acra | Cake: Deer Valley Resort Snow Park Bakery | Invitations: Momental Designs | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Joanna August | Band: New Soul Brigade | Groom's Attire: Tom Ford | Groomsmen Attire: Various | Transportation: Powder Transport | Venue: The St. Regis Deer Valley | After Party DJ: Corey Maxfield | Bride's Dancing Shoes/Platform Sneakers: DKNY | Bride's Hair + Makeup: Versa Artistry | Bridesmaids' Hair: Hair Day | Ceremony + Cocktail Hour Music: Small House Strings | Engagement Ring + Rings: Bijules | Illustrated Map: Hilary K Designs Inc | Mother Of Bride + Bridesmaid's Makeup: Versa Artistry | Tent Rentals + Lighting: Diamond Rental

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Doie Lounge Robes + A Giveaway!

You’ve spent months planning your wedding day attire… from the dress to the shoes, you’re completely covered.  So when it comes to choosing a getting ready outfit, you want something just as glamorous. Enter Doie Lounge, a lineup of seriously stunning robes that will make you look as beautiful as you feel the morning of. Think super soft modal jersey, patterned silk and gorgeous colors.  They’re awesome.

Eco-friendly and totally functional, each Doie Lounge robe is produced locally in Los Angeles with natural and sustainable fabrics and features an inner and outer tie, so you can rest assured they won’t slip off unexpectedly.  Not to mention, they look ah-mazing on girls both short AND tall, and are available in sizes x-small to x-large, so they are more than perfect for every.single.one of your besties. Oh, and those lovely eye masks?  Soooo fabulous.

From the Big Day to every day after, getting ready (+ lounging around) with Doie Lounge robes is as easy as it is beautiful with bulk order options and fabulous one-on-one customer service.  Yep, simply email Founder, Sara, at sara@doielounge.com and she’ll be happy to answer all of your questions, plus talk color options.  How amazing is that?

Visit Doie Lounge today to start your journey towards a picture-perfect wedding day.  And for even more inspiration, check out Doie Lounge on Instagram, Facebook and Twitterplus see all of their real weddings here.

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WhatDoie Lounge is giving away one beautiful robe – winner’s choice! (Value $148)

How: To enter, simply visit Doie Lounge and leave a comment below telling us your favorite robe!

Who: One lucky winner, chosen completely at random, will be announced right here on SMP on Friday, January 8, 2016.  For terms and conditions, click here.  Good luck, lovelies! xo

Image Credits:  Valorie Darling Photography (Photography, Photo 1-3, 5-6, 9) + Artistry by Danika (Makeup,Photo 1-3, 5-6, 9) + Trace Henningsen Bridal (Hair & Hair Pieces,Photo 1-3, 5-6, 9) + Callaway Gable Studios (Photography, Photo 4) + Charity Swords Photography (Photography, Photo 7) + Weddings by Scott & Dana (Photography, Photo 8)

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Dancing with Stars Pro Lindsay Arnold’s Utah Wedding

Monday nights are for Dancing With the Stars, but this particular Monday we’ve got something extra special on the agenda. Because when DWTS pro Lindsay Arnold and her high school sweetie, Sam Cusick tied the knot, their wedding planner Danielle Rothweiler knew their day was simply made for the pages of SMP. Think vintage inspired design with a pink ombre palette all photographed by Jessica Janae. Find more in THE VAULT and leave your congrats for Lindsay + Sam in the comments below!

From Lindsay… My high school sweetheart, Sam Cusick popped the question while we were on vacation in Africa and, of course, that was easiest and most rewarding “yes”!! When people say their wedding day is the best day of their life they are not kidding. Everything from planning each little detail to experiencing the finished product made me the happiest girl in the world.

Our wedding was very vintage chic inspired with ombré shades of pink for our bridesmaid dresses matched with dark blue suits for the groomsmen. I am still in love with my wedding dress that was a cream and champagne lace trumpet gown, it was exactly what I had imagined in my mind when I was looking for dresses. When I found it, I just knew it was the one!

Getting to marry my love, Sam, was the most fulfilling and amazing experience and I am so grateful to everyone who helped make our dream day come true. The best advice I can give to future brides and grooms is to enjoy every second and focus on each other! The day will fly by faster than ever, so don’t let the stress of the day get away with you. Be in the moment and enjoy this incredible day with your forever best friend that you will never forget!

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Summer
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Classic

From Danielle Rothweiler of Rothweiler Event Design… Dancing with Stars pro, Lindsay Arnold, got married to her high school sweetheart, Sam Cusick, on June 18, 2015 in both Salt Lake City and Orem, Utah. Her Mormon ceremony took place in Salt Lake City at the temple and her reception for her guests was hosted by Sleepy Ridge. A ring ceremony took place outdoors prior to dinner, and guests danced the night away while enjoying a 5 tier cake and an array of desserts.

Obviously, with a guest list and a bridal party full of DWTS cast members, dancing was very impressive all night! The bride knew the colors she wanted right from the moment we started planning, and we wanted to shake things up by putting her bridesmaids in different colors…an idea that she loved! Sam and Lindsay are everything you want your couples to be as a wedding planner: sweet, kind, gracious and completely in love with each other. They are what marriage is all about.

Photography: Jessica Janae | Event Planning: Rothweiler Event Design- Danielle Rothweiler | Floral Design: Lizy's Lilies | Wedding Dress: Moonlight Bridal | Stationery: RSVP To Me | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Allure | Catering: Fine Human Fare | Hair And Makeup: Vivian R. Makeup | DJ: Life Of The Party- Rob Ferre | Venue: Sleepy Ridge Country Club | Photo Booth: Smile Now PhotoBooths | Rentals: Refined Vintage Events

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