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Organic Outdoor Mountain Wedding

It doesn’t take much for a wedding to be pretty when it takes place in Utah’s the naturally beautiful Deer Valley. But when you add a backless lace dress from Katie May, romantic florals from Tinge Floral, and the artistic genius behind Kate Osborne Photography, a wedding here is sure to be breathtaking. See all the reasons why in the gallery.

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Summer
Settings
Mountain

From Ashley Beyer… Beth was such a great bride to work with. She works in events herself, so she knew exactly what she wanted; and she didn’t want any green spared! We focused on a variety of potted plants and ferns in eclectic vessels with a few small arrangements mixed in. For a mountain wedding it really helped bring the outdoors in.

Photography: Kate Osborne Photography | Floral Design: Ashley Beyer | Wedding Dress: Katie May | Bridesmaids' Dresses: J Crew | Catering: Deer Valley | Grooms Attire: Beckett & Robb | Wedding Venue: Deer Valley | Bride's Hair: Len Rawlings | Bride's Makeup: Denise Christensen

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Soft + Relaxed Bridal Boudoir Session

The ethereal feel of this boudoir shoot oozes romance. Photographed in the exclusive Washington Schoolhouse Hotel by Mallory Renee Photography in film, the essence of this shoot is all about softness and grace. If you’re thinking about a boudoir shoot yourself, you’ll want to take a peak at every look here!


From Mallory Renee PhotographyThis is a fine art bridal boudoir session shot at the picturesque Washington Schoolhouse Hotel in Park City, Utah. We were excited to be able to share these as the hotel is relatively exclusive when it comes to allowing photographers.

For this session, I wanted to focus on the things I feel femininity is made up of: softness, grace, elegance, curves, lace, delicate textures, natural light, etc. I especially loved the look that Flavia (HMUA) created on our model (Cortney). It’s a subtle smokey eye that leaves the main eyelid looking nude, perfect for boudoir! I also asked the florist to create a bouquet that had lots of movement and was reminiscent of spring.

To further highlight the soft vibe, this session was shot in film.

Photography: Mallory Renee Photography | Styling: Mallory Renee Photography | Floral Design: Poppy & Ivy Floral | Hair & Makeup: Versa Artistry | Lingerie: BHLDN | Location: Washington Schoolhouse Hotel

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Part I: Modern Minimal Wedding Inspiration

Would you believe me if I told you this was only Part I of a stunning series? Graced with modern elements in the hands of Martha Hatfield, the gorgeous gallery a la Megan Robinson Photography is overflowing with loveliness. From crisp white blooms to backless gowns it’s all waiting for you right here!

From Martha Hatfield… This is part one of a two part editorial I put together. I love minimal design. Through my formal interior design training I learned that in order to achieve a minimal aesthetic, simplicity is key. The idea for this two part editorial came from Mies van der Rohe’s aphorism, “less is more.” My concept was to design a minimal wedding from two different aesthetic approaches, modern and organic. I wanted to showcase how careful editing and restraint can create the greatest impact regardless of what design style you work within.

Photography: Megan Robinson Photography | Floral Design: Sax Romney | Jewelry: Katie Waltman | Hair And Makeup: Versa Artistry | Venue: Red Butte Garden Rose House | Cake And Desserts: Flour & Flourish | Concept, Design And Styling: Martha Hatfield | Model: Marina | Model: Jared | Rentals: Diamond Rental

Part II: Organic Minimal Wedding Inspiration

From gorgeous gowns to ethereal elegance, we’ve featured stunning inspirations before, but sometimes it’s minimalistic and organic shoots that catch our eye. Overflowing with earthy shades of neutrals and soft silks, this piece of pretty has simplistic elegance down to an art. Designed by Martha Hatfield with images by Megan Robinson, it’s easy to get lost in the loveliness here!

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Summer
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Loft
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Elegant

From Martha Hatfield… This is part two of a two part editorial I put together. I love minimal design. Through my formal interior design training I learned that in order to achieve a minimal aesthetic, simplicity is key. The idea for this two part editorial came from Mies van der Rohe’s aphorism, “less is more.” My concept was to design a minimal wedding from two different aesthetic approaches, modern and organic. I wanted to showcase how careful editing and restraint can create the greatest impact regardless of what design style you work within.

Photography: Megan Robinson Photography | Floral Design: Tinge | Dress: Samuelle Couture | Stationery: Wildfield Paper Co. | Ring: Ida James Citrine Topaz Ring From BOHEM | Hair And Makeup: Versa Artistry | Venue: Photo Collective Studios Natural Light Loft | Cake And Desserts: Flour & Flourish | Concept, Design And Styling: Martha Hatfield | Earrings: Ida James Stacked Pearl Earrings From BOHEM | Model: Jared | Model: Marina | Rentals: Diamond Rental | Suit: Urban Sartorial

Multi-Cultural Winter Wedding at Entrada

Multi-cultural weddings always impress me, the way they are able to combine various traditions and styles and when done right, the result can be absolutely outstanding. And that is just what we have here, a beautiful mixing of a traditional Hindu ceremony with some chic modern touches. Add in the stunning Bride and her dapper Groom and I just can’t get enough of Gideon Photography’s gorgeous gallery.


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Winter
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Country Club

From Gideon Photography… Adria and Sujeet were married in a traditional Hindu ceremony in front of the red cliffs of Snow Canyon at Entrada Golf Club. The couple met and live in Washington, DC, but created a “destination” wedding experience for their guests in Adria’s hometown of St. George.

Their favorite part of the reception was the sparkler entrance and first dance. Since their wedding took place the week after daylight savings ended, the sun set by 5:30 pm and they were able to light sparklers at the very end of cocktail hour. The DJ announced them for the first time as a married couple and they rushed down a staircase into the patio full of their cheering guests, all holding sparklers. Right then, surrounded by friends, family, and fireworks, they danced for the first time as man and wife. It was magical.

For color and tone, they were drawn to darker, more “masculine” shades like slate grey and navy as well as dark woods. They added pops of metallic and greenery for crisp contrasts. This, combined with the traditional Indian bright colors of cloths and ceremony, made for the perfect result.

Photography: Gideon Photography | Videography: NP Films | Event Planning: Middle Aisle | Floral Design: Bloomers | Wedding Dress: Neiman Marcus | Cake: Sweet Cakes By Karen | Catering: Entrada | Hair & Makeup: Blow Beauty | DJ: DJZ Productions | Groom's Attire: Enzo Custom | Wedding Venue: Entrada

A Gorgeous Cake to Make at Home

Want to up your cake making game? Whether a birthday party, dinner with friends or a last minute celebration, this dessert is just the thing to make. It comes packed with layers of rosemary infused vanilla cake and blackberry compote plus gobs of buttercream all crafted by Le Loup and Bella Cosa Photography. Click here for even more and find the step by step below!

From stylist and photographer, D’Arcy Benincosa… The inspiration from this shoot was to bring together pieces I’ve collected from all over the world and use them in a natural light kitchen. From blue laced fine bone china plates from Gien, France, to silver forks picked up from a trunk sale in England. The spoons have been picked up along my travels and work in Spain, Ireland, New York City, and little shops here in Park City, Utah. All this paired with white dishes from Crate & Barrel. It’s a dream kitchen and a dream cake! Baking should be about good food, good memories, and pretty things.

 

Rosemary + Fresh Blackberry Cake

Pull out your favorite, go-to vanilla cake recipe. Before filling up your pans, fold in 2 tablespoons of finely minced fresh rosemary! After baking let your cake cool completely and get ready to assemble.

Things you’ll need:

  • Rosemary Simple Syrup
  • Fresh Blackberry Compote
  • Cream Cheese Buttercream

Simple Syrup:

  • 1 c. water
  • 1 c. sugar
  • 2 sprigs rosemary

Throw these all into a pot and let boil—leave the sprigs of rosemary whole. As it heats the rosemary will infuse the simple syrup.

Blackberry Compote:

  • 2 c. fresh blackberries
  • ½ c. sugar

Cut the blackberries into small pieces., but don’t emulsify, and add the sugar and letsit.

Cream Cheese Buttercream:

  • 1 c. cream chesse
  • 2 sticks unsalted butter
  • 3 c. sugar
  • 1 tbsp. Mexican Vanilla
  • 1/3 c. heavy cream

Whip together cream cheese and unsalted butter. Slowly add in the powdered sugar. Once it’s all incorporated, add in the vanilla. Finally, slowly drizzle in the heavy cream, and vigorously whip the buttercream until light and airy – about one minute.

To Assemble:

  1. Halved Cake Layer
  2. Rosemary Simple Syrup
  3. Buttercream
  4. Blackberry Compote
  5.  Repeat

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From the baker, Tess Comrie I have always had a love for food, especially when it comes to unique flavor combinations. I believe that a cake should taste as good as it looks–maybe even better.

My design aesthetic is rustic and simple. Growing up in a design-based family, I have always had a passion for beauty. I believe that the most beautiful things are organic and never overworked. All of my cakes are custom made with only the freshest ingredients, just like the flowers that top them.

Photography: Bella Cosa Photography | Styling: Bella Cosa Weddings | Cake: Le Loup | White Dishes: Crate And Barrel