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Organic Giant Wreath Wedding Inspiration

With snowy days right around the bend, wintry candles, twinkly lights and wreaths galore have made their appearance in our home. And oh, how I love wreaths. So when this thing of beauty crossed my desk? I nearly fell off my chair. With Mood Events behind the concept and design, Sarah Winward of Honey Of A Thousand Flowers crafted this wildly captivating oversized wreath, accompanied by one of the prettiest bouquets I’ve seen yet. Feast your eyes on the full gallery from Leo Patrone!

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Summer
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Park
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Rustic

From Garrett of Mood EventsMy vision was to create a single décor element that was not only simple and beautiful, but classic and timeless at the same time. Weddings have increasingly become more and more ornate, filled with layers upon layers of beautiful details. But in this instance, I wanted the focus to solely be centered around the bride and groom, with a beautiful floral wreath, and in an environment that only Mother Nature can provide. The only theme used in this photoshoot is that of a circle/oval – the floral wreath, the wreath around the invitation, the simple and delicate wreath on the cake, the bride’s halo, and the amazingly simple and understated groom’s mini-wreath bout made from jasmine vine.

Photography: Leo Patrone | Flowers: Sarah Winward, Honey Of A Thousand Flowers | Wedding Gown: Danielles Bridal Ad Prom | Jewelry: Katie Waltman Jewelry | Concept, Design, Styling: Mood Events | Hair And Make-up: Gabby Gabitas | Invitation: Mood Events And Cathy Of Saucy & Kitsch | Location: This Is The Place Heritage Park | Styling Assistance: Lauren Brady Of Saucy And Kitsch

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Floral Covered Wedding in Park City

If I’m speechless as I gaze upon these gorgeous images, I can’t even imagine how guests felt as they stepped into this garden party wonderland. Artisan Bloom created stunning works of art for this wedding, with Soiree Productions leading the way. Pepper Nix captured every beautiful moment and you too can get lost in this floral fantasy right this way.

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Summer
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Resort
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Elegant

From Artisan BloomGorgeous couple, gorgeous setting and gorgeous flowers make for a (you guessed it!) GORGEOUS wedding. Kylie and David chose the beautiful Mountain Terrace at St. Regis in Deer Valley Utah to exchange their vows among their closest family and friends. Stunning views overlooking Park City created a memorable backdrop for a custom created chuppah constructed from local aspen trunks. A color palette of soft sunset tones, soft earth tones and pale greens complimented the natural palette inspired by the Wasatch Mountains.

Fresh summer dahlias, vintage garden roses, honeysuckle and hydrangea were incorporated throughout the Mountain lawn and tented patio terrace. A clear glass tent adorned with crystal chandeliers and tiny bistro lights kept guests celebrating under the stars.

Photography: Pepper Nix | Videographer: David Perry | Event Planning: Soiree Productions | Floral Design: Artisan Bloom | Cake: Carrie's Cakes | Stationary: Ceci New York | Bridesmaids Dresses: Amsale | Catering: St. Regis Deer Valley | Linens: La Tavola | Reception Music: Joe Muscolino | Rentals: Alpine Event Rentals | Tent: Diamond Rental | Tuxedos: Vera Wang | Venue: St. Regis Deer Valley

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Utah Budget Backyard Wedding

You might not believe me, but this gorgeous wedding? Well, it was designed on a pretty tight budget. It’s living proof that great style can be achieved without breaking the bank and end result was the kind of affair us wedding bloggers dream of. Martha Hatfield styled the day behind the scenes, and Kate Osborne worked her usual camera magic. Let the pin party begin!

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Summer
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Outdoor
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Bohemian

From Martha HatfieldWe were on a budget from the get-go, so when my sister asked me to help her plan and execute her wedding to her high school sweetheart, I jumped at the the opportunity to roll up my sleeves and get to work! I knew that being on a budget didn’t mean that the aesthetic of the day’s events had to be sacrificed, we simply needed to spend wisely.

I began the design process by asking my sister what was most important to her. Like many brides, the dress was at the top of her list. Wedding gowns can run you a small fortune, so we decided to purchase silk and lace ourselves and work with a local seamstress, and family friend, to create a custom gown which turned out beautifully!

My sister and her fiancé decided against a reception and instead opted for an outdoor dinner celebration for 150 guests made up of family and close friends. This allowed us to spend a little more on food and rentals. While it would have been wonderful to create lush floral arrangements for 19 tables, I knew it was not in the budget. Instead, we created tall arrangements using foraged tree branches. I will never forget the experience of clipping tree branches the night before the wedding with my parents. Every time we saw headlights coming our way, we’d quickly turn off our flashlights and stand still! Since the private property where we held the dinner at was so beautiful, I didn’t need to plan for too much in terms of décor. I displayed family photos from their childhoods on two old orchard ladders we found on the groom’s family farm. I also used some old, weathered pieces of wood from their farm to create a “dinner and dancing” sign to direct guests to the dinner celebration out back.

The finishing touches came in the form of 6 beautiful frames our paternal grandfather made using old cedar boards from the side of their home before a remodel and an old torn down fence made of Ponderosa Pine. The bride and groom will treasure those frames for years to come. At the end of the evening, guests took home little jars of homemade jam made by the groom’s mother using grapes from their family farm.

Photography: Kate Osborne Photography | Videographer: McKenzie Darrington | Cake: Mother Of The Bride | Ceremony Location: Brigham City Utah Temple | Catering: Cafe Sabor | Groom's Suit: Adatto | Announcement Suite Design: Martha Hatfield | Announcement Suite Letterpress: Ink Run Press | Bride's Bracelet: Katie Waltman | Bride's Earrings: Gift From Maternal Grandmother | Bride's Gown: Mary Savage | Bride's Hair: Rileigh Uken, Studio 360° | Bride's Makeup: Bride's Sister, Miriam Rex | Bride's Ring: S.E. Needham | Event Design, Styling And Floral Design: Martha Hatfield | Tables, Chairs, Linens: Diamond Rental | Wedding Dinner Location: Private Property In River Heights, Utah