Clemens & Tom's Summer Wedding at Blue Sky Ranch

Clemens and Tom’s Blue Sky Ranch wedding was romantic and chic, the perfect embodiment of a summer celebration. The ceremony took place on the patio with a breathtaking circular floral arch and the gorgeous green mountains as their backdrop. Once inside the iconic blue barn, guests were greeted with an escort card atop a glass of champagne which lead them to their elegantly dressed table. Decor featured a mix of whitewashed farmhouse tables and round tables draped in soft white linens.

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Amelia & Mike's Park City Summer Wedding

Amelia and Mike’s summer wedding started with a traditional ceremony at St. Mary’s church, followed by drinks, dinner, and dancing just up the mountain at Silver Lake Lodge, featuring the most iconic Park City views. There’s nothing quite like a summer wedding in Utah and this couple’s beautiful big day is the perfect example!

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The Wedding Guild Series: Understanding the Wedding Dress Code

As wedding season fast approaches and those pretty little invitations find their way into mailboxes, the biggest question on everyone’s mind once they’ve opened that beautiful hand-calligraphied envelope is usually: what do I wear? Now that you’ve done your detective work and know if the dress code is black tie, semi-formal, casual, etc. … what do these terms even mean? Don’t worry! MLE can explain what all those fancy dress code terms mean.

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Stefanie & Vig's High West Distillery Wedding

Summer weddings are just around the corner and Stefanie and Vig’s High West Distillery Wedding was the perfect embodiment of summertime in Utah, complete with High West whiskey, wildflowers, and stunning mountains views. What we loved most about this summer wedding was the creative use of this beautifully rustic space and the gorgeous color palette, featuring shades of red, orange, white, and purple, completely inspired by nature and the season.

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Alyssa & Jacob's Swedish Inspired Ranch Wedding

Alyssa and Jacob's Blue Sky Ranch wedding was a fresh breath of air as we transformed the space into a soft, romantic setting infused with details inspired by the groom’s Swedish heritage and the bride’s love for French design. One of our favorite details were the custom blue patterned linens and matching napkins. You'll also notice inspiration from the pattern in the fabric infused in the invitation design, menu, table numbers, place cards, and more. We absolutely love all of the personal and unique details included in this gorgeous ranch wedding securing its place as one of our favorites for a long time to come. 

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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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EditorialEmily Driggs
Alix & Elliot's Jewish Wedding at St. Regis Deer Valley

Alix & Elliot’s summer wedding at St. Regis Deer Valley was lush, green, and all things romantic. The decor featured dark, farmhouse style tables, crisp white napkins, custom menus, an abundance of greenery, soft and dreamy white roses, a sea of candles, and chandeliers covered in whimsical greenery under a clear top tent, giving guests a breathtaking view of the Wasatch Mountains.

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The Wedding Guild Series: The Traditional Division of Wedding Expenses

Are you planning a wedding and asking yourself "who pays for what?!" Knowing how to divide wedding expenses can, at times, seem vague and overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. Today we're sharing our simple and easy-to-follow guide for the traditional division of wedding expenses according to Emily Post (the queen of etiquette herself). 

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Lauren & Justin's Victory Ranch Rehearsal Dinner

Lauren and Justin’s Victory Ranch rehearsal dinner was the summertime soirée of our dreams. A collection of rustic furniture, arrangements full of wildflowers, and gorgeous lilac linens and napkins made for a fresh and fun summer ambiance and color palette.

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The Wedding Guild Series: Venue Coordinator vs Event Planner

Wedding season is here and, as we’ve mentioned before, the key to a successful wedding is hiring the right team of vendors, including a wedding planner! Too many times we see this common misconception that a venue coordinator has the same role as an event coordinator. It is actually very crucial that both coordinators are involved in the planning process and execution of your wedding day. Having both a venue coordinator and event planner will make your entire planning process much smoother from beginning to end. We truly work together in order to provide you with the best experience possible.

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EducationEmily Driggs
Lindsay & Adam's Montage Deer Valley Summer Wedding

Lindsay and Adam had a beautiful, Jewish ceremony on the Grand Terrace under a chuppah covered in greenery and blooms in shades of white, with the most breathtaking view of Deer Valley as their backdrop. Following the ceremony, guests made their way to the Grand Lawn for cocktails, dinner, and dancing. Dinner decor included a mix of round and farmhouse tables. The color palette was simple, yet elegant and fresh featuring shades of white and green with just a touch of blush pink; perfect for a June bride.

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The Wedding Guild Series: Top Ten Reasons to Hire a Wedding Planner

We mentioned last week that the key to a successful wedding is hiring the right team of vendors, which includes a wedding planner. And that's where we come in! Today, we're sharing why this will be the best decision you make in the wedding planning process with our top 10 reasons to hire a wedding planner. 1. Time, 2. Money, 3. Relationships, 4. Stress, 5. Dreams vs. Reality, 6. Professional Advice & Expertise, 7. Wedding Day Timeline & Execution, 8. Go-to-Gal, 9. Crisis Control, and 10. Location. 

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EducationEmily Driggs
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