Laura & Sean | Park City Destination Wedding

Laura and Sean, along with their friends and family, came from Atlanta, Georgia for their destination wedding in Park City, Utah. It was a whirlwind day of pouring rain and sunny, blue skies, held at three exciting venues. Preparation for the day began at the airy and luxe Washington Schoolhouse Hotel. The rain beat down and everyone took shelter there, not knowing if the big plans for the ceremony at the Town Lift Bridge would materialize, but the rain stopped just in time. The sun came out and the sky was bright blue, a perfect complement to Laura’s beaming personality. The reception then moved down Park Avenue to High West Distillery, for a relaxed and fun, rustic but elegant event, filled with lush arrangements by Sarah Winward of Honey of a Thousand Flowers. The food and drink were by High West Distillery. If you’ve ever eaten there, you know that it was a delicious night, not to mention the gourmet chocolate and whisky pairing. The night ended with lots of dancing and smiles, a little rain, and a nearly full moon.

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Flowers: Honey of a Thousand Flowers (Bride’s Bouquet, Corsage, Centerpieces)

Bridesmaid Bouquets: Mother of the Bride

Getting Ready Location: Washington Schoolhouse Hotel

Ceremony: Park City Town Lift Bridge

Reception: High West Distillery

Officiant: Friend of the couple

Catering: High West Distillery

Hotel for Bride and Groom: Washington Schoolhouse Hotel

Shoes: Jimmy Choo

 

These Two Are Getting Married Today!

Rachel and Curtis are getting married today, at Millcreek Inn (which is almost my backyard). I think they just might be in love. It’s kind of hard to tell, though. ;)

Oh, her hair!

I love getting-ready photos. This bride’s hair is a dream…

The Groomsmen

Just had to share this shot of these handsome groomsmen at a recent Park City wedding. I think the littlest groomsman is the coolest of them all.

Max and Aaron-A Gentleman’s Wedding

Max and Aaron were married on a sunny day at St. Margaret’s Cathedral on the campus of Rowland Hall. I loved watching the many guests arrive—happy, hugging, and wearing great hats. I had a short time to photograph Max and Aaron before the wedding, but we had a great time and they looked dapper in their tuxes and bow ties. The ceremony was lovely, as light streamed in the windows behind them and happy tears flowed.

I wasn’t able to be there for the reception (which, I’m sure was a blast), but I did grab a few detail shots before I had to leave. The cake was a unique Mondrian-inspired design and there was home-brewed wine with cheeky labels, designed by Max.

Max and Aaron traveled to Boston, Massachusetts on their one year wedding anniversary for a ceremony at City Hall, so their marriage could be legally recognized. Congratulations, Max and Aaron!

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