You may know Park City, UT for Sundance Film Festival, but after today’s wedding from Erin Kate Photography, you’re going to have a new (very pretty) image to associate with the cute little mountain town. Spoiler alert: it’s this colorful and sweet as can be wedding, which is totally doing it’s part to put Park City on the map.
From the photographer… Lizzy & Tim live in the old mining town of Park City. Today, this town is known for it’s great outdoor activities and the Sundance Film Festival. Both Lizzy & Tim are from other states but have settled in a cute historic home just off Main Street. The perfect place for their nuptials was the Catholic Church just up the block. And just down the block their casual reception was held at the Town Lift Plaza surrounded by the Park City mountain resort and Town ski lift. The couples mint green scooter, adorned with pretty flowers, provided transportation from the ceremony to the reception for the bride and groom. They did stop at the High West Distillery to celebrate with their bridal party before making their big entrance over the town bridge into the plaza reception.
Lizzy & Tim chose colors of pinks, peaches, and greens to brighten their day. Bridesmaids chose their own dress in hues of taupe, pink, or peach. Groomsmen wore gray suits with peach ties, and brown shoes. Flowers included a mix of peonies, roses, dusty miller, poppy pods, and succulents. Cupcakes were provided for the guests and a chocolate cake for the couple. Guests enjoyed a midnight snack of different flavored popcorn. The party continued late into the night under bistro lights, paper lanterns, and the stars!
Photography: Erin Kate Photography | Flowers: Mary Hogan - Mountain Floral | Wedding Gown: Justin Alexander | Ceremony Venue: St. Mary's Old Town Chapel | Reception Venue: Town Lift Plaza | Caterer: Bridge Cafe | Hair & Makeup: Anna Mower | DJ: Liam Heffernan | Cake & Cupcakes: So Cupcake | Cocktail Stop With Bridal Party: High West Distillery | Getting Ready Robes: Plum Pretty Sugar | Wedding Consultant: Eileen Dunn