If you know me then you know I love inspiration shoots! As one of the first in Utah to start this ever growing trends, I've had a few under my belt and cant wait to continue bringing Utah brides new and fresh inspiration. Speaking of inspiration, here are a number of images from a recent shoot I helped design along with my trusty side-kick Mollie with Polka Dots and Daisies as well as the inspiration of Amy Lashelle Photography.
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Theme: Winter Romance
Color Scheme: Warm tones of Amber, Sapphire, Emerald, Gold and Winter White
Decor: Details reminiscent of an upscale lodge with accents of natural charm
Adorable mini bottles of Martinelli's Apple Cider with custom tags
The tablescape consisted of various vessels that held varieties such as privet berries, baby's breath, large football mums, dusty miller, garden roses and magnolia leaves. We also added touches of natural elements like acorn balls and glass owls for visual interest and texture. Oh... and don't forget candlelight. Lots and Lots of candlelight.
Isnt Carli a beauty in her faux fur caplet!
What girl wouldnt want two dresses? Our second dress was a beautiful full length gown that was paired with the perfect shade of emerald cardigan so the bride may keep warm in the crisp winter air.
Invitations were done by none other than Mollie of Polka Dots and Daisies. She created this folded pocket invite adorned with a cozy knit band-wrap and finished with wooden buttons. These are the details that make an event. The small things that your guest will notice.
Look at this flower! I LOVE this simple yet show-stopping cake.
A HUGE thank you to all vendors involved!!
Design: Branches Event Floral and Polka Dots and DaisiesPhotography: Amy Lashelle
Venue: They Sky Lodge, Park City
Floral Designer: Branches Event Floral
Invitation and Print Designer: Polka Dots & Daisies
Hair Stylist: Janelle Ingram
Makeup Artist: Versa Artistry
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Beckett & Robb
Cake Artist: Cake-A-Licious
Bride: Carli Christofferson