Planning a wedding is a huge process. From the big decisions like your venue, menu and guest list to the little ones, like seating charts and centerpiece configurations, you’ll be forced to make dozens of decisions about what you want - and what you don’t want - at your wedding.
You’ve got the girl (or guy), you’ve got the rings, you’ve got the date, and you know what level of grandeur your ceremony is going to be. Now it’s time to share the news with the people closest to you -- and your invitation sets the tone for the occasion.
My job is one of the most important as a bridal makeup artist. I ensure the bride feels the absolute best version of herself. Which can set the tone for her day.
They say color is everything when it comes to photographs. I chose the rich burgundy dahlias, deep orange gerrondo daisies, sweet white ranunculus, and soft grey dusty miller for the bouquet and crown. Without knowing the bride’s hair was blue, and that it would be a snow filled site - the resulting color impact was absolutely stunning!
Brenna and Mason wanted somewhere unique for their bridals, so we took a trip down to Dead Horse Point State Park. Moab Bridals - Styled Photo Shoot
Hello brides and grooms! Here at All Things Wedding Utah we try to help you in your journey of getting married. We know there are many things to stress about and do. Good news! We have added a Printables Shop!
Regardless if you’re on a budget or you want a no-holds barred affair, it takes careful planning to choose the correct unique venue for your big day.