This couple chose A Bright Summer Elopement in Park City for their event. Jing and Alex were wed at the gorgeous High West Distillery. It was a beautiful summer day. The location and minimal color palette emphasized the beautiful setting. Because this couple wanted something very intimate and personal, they focused on including personal details into every part of their day.
Our favorite details included table names after places they have traveled together, paper airplane name cards, and a mochi wedding cake. It was a beautiful day for this adventurous couple and we loved being part of it.
The bride loved the mix of a bright summer wedding with a natural feel. We created florals to match that. Using both romantic blooms and wildflowers, we were able to evoke a feeling of organic, garden inspired design.
Every wedding we design we aim to create something new and different. In focusing on our couples and their love story, we are able to find unique ways to tie in their relationship into the overall design. With a couple like Jing and Alex, we knew we wanted to focus on their adventurous spirit. Finding little ways to incorporate their travels and free spirited nature allowed us to create something that was unique to them and authentic to their love story.
One of our favorite floral elements was their ceremony arch. We adorned this whiskey barrel arch with creeping smilax vines and a combination of summer garden roses. Overall the look was romantic and wild which was the perfect balance to the rustic feel of the venue. This design paired perfectly with the other event florals. For a minimal yet wild feel, we used bud vases on the dining tables. These were filled with wild grasses, garden roses, snap dragons, and greens to create the look. The bouquets had a bit of a fuller look with lush garden roses, grasses, and greens to mimic the wild style of the arch.