Draper, Utah Wedding by Yan Photography
October 3, 2011
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We love a great backyard-esque wedding around here, especially one totally DIY'd from beginning to end. They never cease to amaze us with their ample amounts of heart and this Utah beauty captured by Yan Photography is completely living up to its predecessors. It's simple, sweet and full of love, love, love (and doughnuts!) Delicious looking doughnuts, in fact. The whole affair is nothing short of fabulous with a big whopping side of meaningful and you can see it all here.

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From Yan Photography:

This wedding was sweet in every possible way, but especially literally. Kelsey the bride works in a doughnut shop and they served the most beautifully decorated donuts along with a huge array of other treats, from homemade chocolate chip cookies, to argentinian specialties that reflect the bride's heritage on her mother's side. In fact it was Kelsey's mother and her aunties who worked for months crafting all of the hand made touches such as the banners, and bits of lace. As centerpieces, Kelsey and Scott had the most tempting bunt cakes that charmed their guest and were yet another sweet touch. Many of the pieces used to hold the cakes and flowers, etc, were thrifted by the couple. they truly wanted the look of their wedding to be ecclectic, organic, and simple, yet meaningful to them and who they are.

From the Bride's Mother:

The reception(s) were all decorated with things that I, family and friends already had in our homes.  The only things purchased were the vases-at D.I. no less.  The banners and garlands were made by my sister-in-law, Lorena and myself.  The treats were all lovingly offered by family and ward friends (they're amazing people.)  The yummy donuts came from a donut shop that Kelsey had been working at called Beyond Glazed, here in Draper.  I started making the bundt cakes a couple weeks in advance and then freezing them.  Pulled them out of freezer right before setting the tables and frosting them right then and there.  The cake "box" was picked up at a garage sale for nothing by Kelsey.

Photography: Yan Photography / Ceremony: Mt. Timpanogos Temple / Reception: Draper Historic Park / Donuts: Beyond Glaze / Dress: Posh Girl Vintage / Bride's Shoes: Urban Outfitters / Vases: Deseret Industries / Fans: Handmade from a Martha Stewart template