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Below are some ideas on how to create your own “Great Gatsby”/1920′s wedding!
1. Pick a venue built in the early 1900′s or a venue created with that type of feel.
The Joseph Smith Memorial Building/Hotel Utah was built in 1911. This is just one venue idea but there are several. Even an outdoor wedding event can be transformed into the 1920′s with the right decor.
2. Get a good florist and event designer to complete the look in your venue of choice.
Floral Centerpieces with Feathers – made by Flowers Squared
Feathers are a huge hit!
3. Find the Perfect Dress.
4. A beautiful, 1920′s inspired headpiece is a must!
5. A vintage bouquet tops off your whole look!
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A fun idea for an easy, yet unique action station at your wedding reception. We absolutely loved serving up these doughnuts!
Assorted glazes – Chocolate Sauce, Carmel Sauce, White Chocolate Raspberry Sauce
Toppings – Marshmallow Cream, Crushed Oreo Cookies, mini M&M’s, Shredded Coconut, Chocolate and White chocolate Sprinkles, Chopped Peanuts and Pecans, Diced Dried fruit. Finished off with an ice cold glass of milk. Yummm!
Doughnut Reception featured in the Bonneville Room of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building.
We are less than a month away from the New Year and with that in mind we start planning and setting goals hopeful that 2013 will be bigger and better.
In addition to those expectations, we’re excited to announce that Salt Lake’s Premier Wedding Show will happen on January 19 2013 at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building and the Lion House – and because we all love countdowns, our blog will keep you in the loop with our special “15 Posts to Salt Lake’s Premier Wedding Show”!
How will it be?
We’ll post three times a week on our blog about the major researched wedding topics (dresses, colors, arrangements, invitations, etc.) and we’ll have a bonus post the week of the Wedding Show.
Why is that?
Despite popular belief, planning a wedding doesn’t have to be stressful, it can be really fun! We’re here to help you be on the right track, knocking on the right doors and making the most of it. By writing about these topics, we hope that you get inspired and even more excited about your big day.
It’s a Date!
Don’t forget to check our blog for some helpful tips – we are always available.
We also love questions and suggestions, so please send them our way!
Thank you for registering for The Salt Lake’s Premier Wedding Show and we look forward to seeing you.
Haven’t registered for FREE yet? Click here.
Winter weddings are beautiful at Temple Square. They resonate a very elegant, quiet beauty. The Joseph Smith Memorial Building makes for a perfectly gorgeous reception venue afterward. Thanks 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!
Photographed by Elizabeth Taylor Frandsen – etfphotography.com
This stunning couple had their reception in The Joseph Smith Memorial Building Empire Room, a wedding luncheon in The Garden Restaurant and Gorgeous pictures through out Temple Square. Absolutely breath taking.
Sweet childhood memories of Barbie Doll cakes for birthday parties turns into the perfect idea for a wedding cake!
This fun cake was featured at an event held in The Joseph Smith Memorial Building last Saturday, August 27, 2011. The bride who requested such a unique cake at her wedding event remembers several childhood birthdays where she had Barbie Doll cakes in celebration of her big day. Now, once again, she was able to have this beautiful, fun cake to celebrate her big day…the biggest day of her life!
This was one way the bride and groom at this wedding made their day uniquely theirs. Adding a personal touch with memorable items from your life is a great way to have a very personalized wedding event.
We found some great Barbie Doll cake recipes and ideas online. Visit the links below to check them out!
Ethnic wedding traditions represent the culture, values and beliefs of a particular country. Many wedding traditions are full of symbolism that reveal a specific culture and life style. Each wedding tradition honors the sanctity of marriage and features themes of unity and new beginnings for the couple.
The Joseph Smith Memorial Building was fortunate to be able to host one such wedding where the brides Persian culture was celebrated at the reception.
The couple was married in the temple in a traditional LDS ceremony, but the reception was full of tradition and symbolism from the bride’s ethnic background. It was beautiful and very touching for all who attended.
Weddings at Temple Square has partnered with KSL to sponsor a $1,500 Wedding Dinner Giveaway! It is easy to enter – just visit our Facebook fan page, become a fan of Weddings at Temple Square and KSL.com, and fill out the short entry form. All contest entries must be received by May 31, 2010. The winner will be notified by phone and announced on Facebook later that week.
The winner of the contest will earn a $1,500 wedding event (breakfast, lunch or dinner) at any of the event rooms in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building or the Lion House. (The room selection is subject to availability) Visit our website to see the different venues you can choose from.
The wedding event must be redeemed by February 28, 2011. You must be 18 years or older to enter.
See all that we have to offer at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, Lion House or Devereaux Mansion:
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