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Romantic Salt Lake City Newlywed Portrait Session

After looking through all these breathtaking images from Julia Wade, I’m convinced that every bride and groom needs to dedicate an entire day for a newlywed portrait session. It’s the best of both worlds: you get stunning wedding photos and can enjoy your wedding day with your guests without skipping cocktail hour for portraits. Take a peek through the gorgeous images in the gallery, and you’ll be convinced, too.

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From Julia Wade… Dear friends. She’s married. My beautiful, baby sister. Jeffrey Kruger gave a TED talk in Asheville in 2011 and in it he spoke about the profound, lifelong bond siblings can have. He submits that siblings are a rich, fertile ground for lasting relationships, because truly they are the only people who walk almost your entire life with you.

Sarah, I love you and I so deeply happy that you have found the love of your life. And I am so grateful to walk this life with you as your sister and as your friend.

We created these images for her in Salt Lake City.. our home town.

Photography: Julia Wade | Wedding Dress: David's Bridal | Groom's Attire: Hugo Boss

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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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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

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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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

Lush, Natural Inspiration Shoot at the Cathedral Of The Madeleine

If I could, I would crawl into this shoot and live amongst all the pretty forever. Styled to perfection by Erin Kate Photography and Soil & Stem, this gallery is overflowing with the kind of lush, floral-filled inspiration that will make your heart beat a bit faster this morning. See what I mean here.  


From Erin Kate Photography and Soil & StemGargoyles peered over the jagged pitches of the roof, while pigeons swooped and cooed around us during this lush courtyard styled shoot.

Our color palate really allowed us to focus on the simple, natural textures of our subject matter: the porous cement, heirloom silver, and the infinite patterns of layered greens that included ferns, eucalyptus, foraged vines, and incredible peppermint scented felt geranium.

Like freshly picked from an overgrown secret garden, our bridal bouquet was a bit wild, but also timeless. This beauty was hand-tied in antique French silk ribbon in the most beautiful shade of dove gray I’ve ever seen.

Other lovely details from the shoot…The bride wore a delicate chiffon gown. Her hair was styled in a simple twist bun adorned with vintage rhinestone barrettes. A guest sign-in book was created with an old book and maidenhair fern was pressed between the pages. Place cards were displayed on vintage silver forks that were wrapped in geranium leaves, fern, and soft blossoms. A cement cake stand displayed a lovely, chocolate naked cake with buttercream frosting spilling out between the layers.

We hope brides will find simple, clean beauty can pair well with unruly, lush stems in this elegant courtyard shoot.

Photography: Erin Kate Photography | Styling: Soil & Stem | Styling: Erin Kate Photography | Floral Design: Soil & Stem | Gown: The Brides' Shop | Cake: Pippa Cakery | Hair & Makeup: Versa Artistry | Cathedral: Cathedral Of The Madeleine | Letterpress Invitation: Rowley Press