Posts Tagged ‘Temple Square Hospitality’
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!
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!
Another stunning photo shoot by Elizabeth Taylor Frandsen. These photos were taken at the gorgeous Lion House, Brigham Young’s old home. Take a look at this handsome modern couple, Candice and Thomas, as they start their new life together with a glimpse of historical elegance.
Kara and Chris had a fairytale wedding reception at The Devereaux Mansion this year. As the first mansion built in Utah, the Devereaux holds a rich history and timeless memories, making it the perfect location for celebrating the biggest day of your life. Take a look at how Kara and Chris made their fairytale a reality…
All photographs by Whitney Lewis – http://whitneylewisphotography.com/
Garden weddings have a way of creating a fairytale…
Nothing compares to the fresh, cozy feeling of a backyard…but when you add beautiful linens, gorgeous floral arrangements, and of course, great food and company, you’ve got yourself something special. That backyard turns into a majestic garden party where fond memories will be created and never forgotten.
Here at The Lion House, we love creating these enchanting “fairytale” weddings. Throughout the summer and into the first part of Fall, we host garden receptions, wedding luncheons, wedding dinners and civil ceremonies.
With gorgeous mature trees, beautiful flower beds and plenty of space, you and your guests will delight in the charming ambiance of this wonderful setting.
Our event coordinators love helping every bride design the perfect look for their garden event. And yes, we do offer a back-up indoor location in The Lion House in case of inclement weather. This way all of your bases are covered.
Also, our full-service floral department can take care of all your floral needs, from personal flowers to centerpieces.
Call for an appointment and/or more information today!
The Lion House Event Coordinators: 801.539.3250 Click here to visit The Lion House Garden’s website
63 East South Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84150
The Event Coordinators at The Joseph Smith Memorial Building are phenomenal! They delight in helping every bride design their special day with gorgeous linens, such as: floor-length cloths, toppers (overlays), runners, napkins, chargers (or show plates), chair covers & sashes or chiavari chairs.
With so many options, it’s sometimes hard to choose what best suits you and your occasion. But don’t worry, our coordinators work closely with you to help you find the course that best fits you!
Every event is thoroughly planned and thought through, with a lot of time going into making sure each aspect of your event is everything you’ve ever imagined.
But how long does the whole event planning process really take? Thanks to our Coordinators, we have a convenient time line for you to refer to when planning your event. This will help you know what to do and when.
Two Weeks After Booking Your Event
- 1. Contract due
2. Deposit due
One Month Before The Event (at least)
- 1. Menu options selected
2. Linen needs selected
3. AV needs selected
4. Any other set up needs selected
One Week Before The Event (at least)
- 1. Final count due
2. Final payment due
For A Breakfast, Luncheon or Dinner
Three Days Before The Event (at least)
- 1. Final count due
2. Final payment due
Our Coordinators work by appointment, six days a week (Monday through Saturday) and look forward to meeting with you to help include all of the personal touches that will make your special day perfect! They love making dreams come true!
Feel free to call for an appointment: 801.539.3130
Also, our full-service floral department can take care of all their floral needs, from personal flowers to centerpieces. Please call 801.539.3150 for an appointment.
The long winter months are over and it’s time to hang up that drab color palette and get inspired by the blossoming gardens of spring and the long sunny days ahead. This spring is going to be all about color, accessories, and texture.
1. As I’ve mentioned before the 2011 Pantone color of the year is Honeysuckle. For a fresh vibrant look you’ll definitely want to incorporate this beautiful shade of pink into your wedding look. For other bold looks yellow and black contrasts are very popular.
2. Accessorize! Accessorize! Accessorize!
Add interest to your tables with unique napkin rings, place card holders, or placemats.
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.