From the bride, Amelia: For us, this was a destination wedding, but it was also a destination wedding for all of our guests, most of whom had never even visited Utah before. That being said, we wanted our wedding to feel like not only celebrating our love, but also be an experience for everyone. A chance to really get to fall in love with the mountains, much the same that we had. Having delicious food and drink offerings was also really important to us, and the Canyons truly practice the farm-to-table concept that we love.
We had a full Catholic mass for our ceremony at St. Mary’s Old Town Chapel.
Our guests took a private gondola from the base of the mountain, while sipping champagne, up to 8,000 feet. All while traveling through the peaks of the mountains to get to the reception.
We had our dinner under a tent and then had bistro lights hung in the middle of the grassy-space so that we could dance the night away under the stars in the mountains.
Looking back, not only was the setting a dream, but getting to have our family and the best of friends was one of the most powerful feelings I am sure we will ever experience.
Amelia’s RECOMMENDED VENDORS
Photographer: Logan Walker Photography , a Pepper Nix Photographer // Event Planner: Harvest Moon Events // Reception Venue & Caterer: Red Pines Lodge, The Canyons Resort // Floral Designer: Every Blooming Thing // Ceremony: St. Mary’s Old Town Chapel // Dress Designer: Badgley Mischka // Bridesmaid’s Dresses: J. Crew // Hair and Makeup: Lunatic Fringe
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