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Photos by Megan Robinson
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McCune Mansion's gorgeous garden and interior were the backdrops to this organic botanical shoot (featured on Junebug Weddings). The core of my design came from the idea of a beekeeper bride, the golden color of honey and having the floral be loose, organic and looking as if it could have been picked straight from the garden.
This was one of our most elaborate weddings we worked on with the talented Ed Libby at Sundance Resort. It was filled with grand floral, a custom structure made to look like stained glass for the ceremony backdrop, an intricate aisle with hand patterned moss and floral and tons of extra details throughout the entire several day event.
Photos by Amy Lashelle
Mona Utah was the backdrop for this soft and feminine inspiration shoot (published on Glamour and Grace Blog). Purple floral, rustic wood and Grecian containers and beautiful taupe pedestals created the foundation for this vision.
Laguna Beach Vineyard Wedding
As you can see from these images we do travel for weddings, if the budget is right. This was a spectacular Laguna Beach Montage wedding with so many fun details to introduce the vineyard element. Wine bottle candle holders, rustic terracotta and iron floral containers, mismatched wood tables and chairs, amber votives and fruits and veggies mixed into some troughs.
Wild Flowers at Red Cliff Ranch
Photos by Alixann Loosle
This was one of my favorite weddings from last summer, filled with colorful wild floral and rustic decor. The bride was so creative and truly paid attention to every design detail of her day - a stylists dream. My favorite was the wagon with the letters LOVE cut out and placed on stands. You will see below how much thought was put into this amazing Red Cliff Ranch wedding photographed by the very talented Alixann Loosle. Another Scenemakers/Culinary Crafts team up. Also, check out this wedding on the Wedding Chicks blog!
Metal troughs filled with floral, wine barrels and crates, a slat wood panel bar and backdrops and beautiful lighting filled this tented event held in Scottsdale, Arizona. It was a very inspirational charity event to be a part of in honor of Muhammad Ali’s 70th birthday! The star- studded weekend had us in awe.
Photos by Jon Woodbury
Last summer we did a very unique mossy wonderland wedding. You name it, it was covered in moss - table runners, lanterns, floral, log candle holders.... As green can sometimes be a color that washes out in images we added pops of white and subtle yellows to the floral.
Photos by Pepper Nix Photography
This Red Cliff ranch wedding was a beautiful fall wedding with a beautiful and rich color palette. I really loved the contrast of soft grey, lavender and ivory with deep fall colors in gold, yellow, orange and burgundy tones. The girls started the day getting ready and the gorgeous Washington School House as the boys used the grooms Heber home. The girls then headed to the eclectic and chic Park City Main Street form some pre-ceremony pictures. St. Mary’s cathedral was the next stop for a formal and traditional catholic ceremony complete with a bag piper to escort them out of the church. The wedding party then met guests at the favored, Red Cliff Ranch, in Heber, for dinner in the stables by the amazing Culinary Crafts, complete with 6’ long floating centerpieces and a burlap and lace theme in the linens. Dancing was the final event for the night in the charming pavilion that we decorated with draping, lounges, a wagon wheel chandelier and bistro tables. An all around amazing event and packed day!