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Personalizing Your Big Day with Bridal Guide Magazine

If you’ve read our blog before or follow us on Instagram, you know how much we love Bridal Guide Magazine. This month, they’re featuring some of our work along with a few pieces of advice from our very own Michelle on personalizing your big day! We always love sharing our knowledge with the Bridal Guide readers and are so honored to be included among other industry experts. Take a look at the full feature below and be sure to pick up a copy of the March/April 2019 issue of Bridal Guide Magazine, on newsstands now!

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All-American Rehearsal Dinner
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MLE Featured in American Farmhouse Style Magazine
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Wedding Planning in Every Season with Bridal Guide Magazine

Bridal Guide's September/October 2018 issue hits newsstands next week and we are thrilled to have contributed to their "To Every Season" article, providing inspiration and planning tips for every time of the year. MLE couple Michelle and Mark's ski-inspired soiree was the perfect fit for a cozy winter wedding. The New York couple wed at Stein Eriksen Lodge with the gorgeous snow-capped mountains as the backdrop. This elegant mountain wedding left these big-city guests in awe of the beauty Utah has to offer. 

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A Fresh Take On "Something Blue"

When Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine asked us to design a fresh take on the old "something blue" aspect of a wedding, our team was full of ideas! Envisioning white pumice buildings overlooking the cobalt blue waters of the Aegean Sea and inspired by the city’s exquisite architecture and bold, romantic colors, we designed this Mediterranean tablescape to transport guests to Santorini, Greece. The incredible details of this design give us all the feels and we think you'll feel just the same! 


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Italian Summer Wedding

Yesterday, we had the pleasure of attending the launch party for Utah Valley Bride magazine, which means we can officially share this awe-inspiring Italian editorial with you! Featuring a soft, yet rich and natural color palette, a goat with a floral necklace, plenty of herbs, and greens galore, we are absolutely in love with this little piece of Italy we created right here in Utah. 

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Blue-Hued Ranch Wedding Inspiration

While we're still experiencing cold temperatures here in Utah,  all we can think about are gorgeous spring and summer weddings to come. So today, you'll find us daydreaming about this stunning blue-hued inspired ranch wedding. We me be biased, but we love absolutely everything about this editorial and think you will, too. Take a look for yourself and then head to our Instagram to let us know which detail is your favorite! 

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MLE Featured in Bridal Guide Magazine

We couldn't let November come to an end (how is it already almost December?!) without mentioning how excited and honored we are to have two of our favorite weddings featured in the November/December 2017 issue of Bridal Guide Magazine. Have we ever mentioned how much we love Bridal Guide Magazine?! Because we absolutely do! Take a peek below and then pick up a copy, on newsstands now, and dive in to these gorgeous glossy pages for yourself. 

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English Garden Wedding Inspiration

Here at Michelle Leo Events, we can’t think of anything more intimate than a garden style wedding. If you’re a bride with a style of her own but still love some of the traditional elements, this garden style wedding is for you. With non-traditional elements such as the “Heart’s Desire” dress by Claire Pettibone and traditional elements such as the gold accented china, this summer wedding has it all.

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Kara Leigh & Tyler's Mountaintop Wedding Featured in Bridal Guide Magazine

Featured in the March 2017 issue of Bridal Guide Magazine, Kara Leigh and Tyler Alden’s mountaintop wedding, held at a private residence in White Pine Canyon, was one of MLE’s personal favorites. This boho-chic wedding displayed an ethereal color palette in a variety of foggy-blue hues. An unforgettable highlight was the bride and groom’s grand exit as Tyler drove his motorcycle out of the house and down a porte-cochere lined by guests waving a sea full of sparklers. 

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