Posts Tagged ‘fall weddings’
The beautiful fall inspired colors of this wedding celebration were stunning on Temple Square. Thanks again to Ravenberg Photography for capturing the beauty of this wedding, and thanks to the Joseph Smith Memorial Building Event Coordinators and Catering for creating such a fabulous reception in the Empire Room of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building!
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Our featured wedding…
Sure. We could have been traditional and chosen to highlight a June wedding. But being rather nontraditional (and unapologetic for being so), we chose a September wedding to highlight instead.
The wedding was that of Cole and April Ensign. Cole and April met online through one of those match.coms. Due to the number of less than normal people who frequent those sorts of sites, April had become jaded regarding the hope of finding a long-term relationship. Cole, on the other hand, being the eternal optimist, saw April’s profile and was eager to land a first date. His persistence eventually paid off, and “how ‘bout dinner?” later turned into “how ‘bout spending the rest of our lives together?”
Both being avowed independent thinkers, Cole liked orange; April liked purple—neither color being what would be considered “traditional” (there’s that word again). That’s why we loved having the opportunity to take on the challenge even more than we usually do. They chose September because April loved the comfortable coziness of Fall. Coincidentally, that’s also how they wanted friends attending their wedding to feel—accented with kick-up-your heels fun, good food and of course, lots of beautiful flowers.
In designing our arrangements, we wanted to capture the happiness of the occasion staying true to the personalities and color preferences of both Cole and April. We started with a variety of floral textures, and unique materials such as copper tubing, natural birch logs, rich color blends and high-style floral design concepts.
We then added multiple lighting techniques—from submergible floral lights, and individual pin-spot lighting matched with votive and pillar candles lining the eight-foot mantle and ten window sills. A contemporary rustic (yes, they really work together) arbor as a unique center point for vows-saying.
As a salute to happily ever-afters, in the end, everything turned out even better than we had envisioned, resulting in a sophisticated but colorfully fun feel that judging by their compliments, was appreciated and enjoyed as much by their guests as it was by Cole and April.
*All floral arrangements made by Flowers Squared
*All photographs taken by Robert Dyer.