As promised, I have even more BEAUTIFUL details from this stunning garden wedding we showed you yesterday! Without further ado, here it is!
I loved the soft, romantic feel of this wedding. From the pretty flowers, to the bride's Claire Pettibone dress, it just brimmed with romance and beauty!
How gorgeous was this ceremony set up? I love the arbor and it really created a great focal point for the couple to hold their nuptials.
What a stunning reception 'room' setup! I love the mix of the vineyard tables, neutral linens, and blush linens to create depth and visual interest. Plus the rugged texture of the reclaimed wood pieces, the soft ceiling treatment with fabric bunting, and the pops of gold made it truly phenomenal!
The pretty escort card were set up on a bed of peat moss to tie in with the garden them. Love!
How pretty are these table numbers??? I love the distressed gold leafing on them and the soft color palette really enhances the warmth of this space. Chic yet natural - and completely breathtaking!
We offered 4 different appetizers to satiate the guests until dinner was served - Sesame Beef Skewers, Proscuitto Wrapped Figs, Coconut Curry Encrusted Shrimp, and Sun Dried Tomatoes with Feta Wrapped with Roasted Eggplant - YUM!
For a outdoor, summer wedding, make sure to offer your guests beverages to keep them hydrated in the heat. We served fruit and herb infused waters and refreshing signature beverages which were happily received!
I love it when we create a dinner menu with a plated salad course that greets the guests as they find their table. It adds to the excitement of a delicious meal and is a welcome vision to appease their growing appetites!
The salad trio we served was my FAVORITE ever, so pardon the number of pictures devoted to it, but, seriously, it was AMAZING! These stacked, miniature salads were a sophisticated and modern way to present three different salads. We created a classic Caprese Salad, a Watermelon with Balsamic Reduction, Feta Cheese, and Basil Salad, and a Roasted Beet and Goat Cheese Salad topped with an Arugula Sprig. Mmm...
Mary greeted the guests and invited them to begin their dinner - which looked amazing! I love that Mary takes a personal approach to events and loves to get involved, even after hundreds of events!
This buffet dinner was delectable! From House Made Artisan Breads, to Roasted Vegetables, and Rosemary Encrusted Pork Tenderloin (and so much in between!) the guests had so many things to choose from and they definitely got their fill.
What a pretty wedding, and even prettier as night fell! We are so thankful to Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom magazine and also to Ruffled Blog for featuring this stunning wedding. We LOVED helping to create such a special day and fabulous menu for Maddie and Gray, and we wish them all the best for a long and happy life together! Happy reading, everyone!
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