Tag: Utah Bride

“I really wanted to hold our dinner and reception somewhere that had a grand feeling unlike anywhere else in the state,” Jasmine says about selecting the Utah State Capitol building for their May wedding.
Love the outdoors, but hate the planning, prep and cleanup of roughing it? Conestoga Ranch just saved your wedding adventure.
A classic gown is always a good choice, but heels and hiking are not a match made in heaven. Ditch the stilettos and go for a comfortable pair of kicks. Soft chiffon over satin gown with natural waist, butterfly sleeves, ruched sash and pleated skirt, $900, Alyse’s Bridal, Orem; Gladiator sandals, $38, Called to Surf, Orem Photography by: Brushfire Photography
Teaming with photographer Elisha Braithwaite, Fuse planners Mara Marian and Kandace Reader take inspiration from the hot style and luxury of Palm Springs.
Crafts-Homer and her team at Culinary Crafts have hosted and catered three pop-up dinners at Snuck Farm, all of which included the farm’s fresh-picked produce served under the soaring ceiling of the barn’s pass-through.
Amanda Schelin is no stranger to party planning.
Artisan Bloom was born in 2000 by Kellie Jackstein. She is the owner and creator and is completely obsessed with flowers.
Cailley Chakeen & Andrew Tonn -  10.3.15 THE COUPLE Long before Cailley and Drew settled into a newlywed life operating their own farm, Harris Buttes Ranch in Montana, mutual friends introduced the two Salt Lake City dwellers. Three years later, Drew proposed after a skinny dip—yes, a skinny dip—in an isolated Montana pool in Swan Valley. “Before climbing out of the water,...
Here’s to your happily ever after.
We reached out to several Utah brides to find out what they have learned about marriage be it one year or 31.