Rachel & Zach’s Gallery Wedding at Springville Museum of Art

Some couples are ‘hiking couples.’ Some couples are ‘night at the bar couples.’ But sweethearts Zach and Rachel are a ‘museum couple.’ After rekindling a high school romance in their college years, their go-to date nights were always set in art galleries and bookstores around Utah County.

After they got engaged, they took their first voyage to Springville Museum of Art and fell deeply in love with the architecture and exhibits displayed within this historic Utah gallery. By the time they left, they had all but made up their minds to celebrate their wedding at Springville Museum of Art.

“The museum felt like more than a typical wedding venue…[It] felt very genuine to what we love, and something we love to do together,” says bride Rachel Bagley.

After a snowy reception at the Provo City Center LDS Temple, Zach and Rachel celebrated with their guests in the museum’s Spanish-style elegance. The museum spaces offered more than the typical ballroom space for a mix-and-mingle reception. Rather, guests were invited to stroll the galleries and enjoy the art collections as they greeted the couple and danced the evening away.

Rachel’s bridal attire included a beautifully structured column gown from Pritchett Bridal, featuring quarter-length crepe sleeves and belt detail, as well as dangling pearl accessories and a delicate tulle veil. Zach kept his look classic with clean lines and a sharp black-and-white suit ensemble making a bold impact against the ornate walls of the SMA galleries.

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Photographer: Bruna Villagra Photography, @bvillagraphotography

Venue: Springville Museum of Art, @springvillemuseum

Dress: Pritchett Bridal, @pritchettbridal

Flowers: Forget Me Not Floral, @forgetmenot.floral

Videographer: By Bryn, @by___bryn

Cake: Milo Lowry, @milo_lowry

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