Fruit makes a tasty addition to summer wedding centerpieces.

Photo by Jessica Peterson

Look, fruit is a summertime favorite for a reason. It’s fresh, it’s flavor-packed and it’s really beautiful. And in Utah, we grow plenty of it. Why not showcase it in your outdoor centerpieces? That’s what floral designer Allie Couch of Cosmo Muse did when she teamed local plums, peaches and cherries with exotic dragon fruit, halved citrus and vibrant anemones. “It’s perfect for the whole outdoor, farm-to-table thing,” she says. And here’s another Kessler tip: Place your colorful arrangement in a stylish footed bowl to elevate its impact.

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