5 Tips for a Magazine Worthy Wedding

*note: This would be better as a collection of Real Weddings. I need to roundup my favorite ones and link to them throughout the article. These images should be another inspo blog.

written by Ashley Baker

There’s nothing better than scouring through gorgeous wedding photos on Pinterest, trust me, by the way have you seen our boards lately, they’re stunning. But, just in case you’ve ever wondered how to get that Utah Bride & Groom magazine worthy wedding for yourself, I’ve decided to let you in on a few of our secrets.

1. Set a Theme

Choosing a theme, such as boho-chic or city sleek, will help you remain cohesive and carry you throughout your planning process.

2. Location, Location, Location

I’ll say it again, ahem, location. How will the lighting will play with the décor? Is your wedding going to be inside or outdoors? All of these factors come into play.

3. It’s in the Details

Pay attention to the details. When planning, think about how the flowers, gown and makeup will look in each photograph.

See Perfect Wedding Dress and Bouquet Parings

4. It’s All About the Photos

Photography can make or break your wedding day memories. Since magazines are highly visual, excellent photography and photo editing is a must.

See 7 Things to Ask Before Booking a Wedding Day Photographer


5. Tell Your Story

Magazines are all about telling a compelling story. I’ve interviewed numerous couples over the years and one thing I’ve come to realize is that these stories are like snowflakes–no two are alike. Tell your story because that’s what will set you apart from everyone else.

For more inspiration, check out our magazine!



Photography Fox + Sloane Photography

Models Anna Hise  and Colton Parker

Dress J. Noelle Design

HMUA Daphne Orullian

Floral Raw Floral

Cake Frosted Custom Cakes

Tie My Tie Shop  

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