A Garden Inspired Wedding Indoors

Most Utah venues are all about the mountain setting, but Cactus & Tropicals offers two very different venues. Our greenhouses in Draper and Salt Lake City are filled with lush plants, exotic trees and colorful blooms. They provide the perfect backdrop for a garden inspired celebration. Winding paths, charming fountains and beautiful arbors create a delightful ambiance.
 In addition the Draper greenhouse has an amazing terrace with sweeping views of the valley and a fire pit for cozy gatherings. Our guests in Salt Lake love the outside garden complete with koi pond and gazebo.
For most brides the abundance of flowers in the greenhouse are enough decoration, but there is always the option to include lanterns, candles and chandeliers to dress up the place. Our team of experienced event professionals under the direction of Vanessa Dolphin will be happy to assist. The entire group is committed to ensure that your wedding day is just the way you planned it.
 Cactus & Tropicals has no restrictions about vendors. You are welcome to use caterers, photographers, bar or DJ services of your choice or our staff will be happy to make some recommendations.
 Looking for exquisite bridal flowers? Schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our talented floral designers. Whether your style is glamorous or natural, we will listen to your vision and create spectacular botanical pieces with the season’s freshest blooms, while staying within your budget.
If you are in the process of planning a wedding, please join us Saturday, February 25th from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm for our annual Bridal Showcase. Experience the Draper greenhouse fully decorated  and meet with our events team. A selected group of trusted vendors will have samples of food and cake for tasting, linens and stationary to look at and information on photography, bar and DJ services. Hope to see you there!
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Photography by: Brushfire Photography and Dezember Photography

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