This bride was very effective at expressing her style at her wedding celebration at Ivy House Weddings, one of Western Garden’s wedding reception centers in Utah. She used several photos to demonstrate her and her beau’s personalities for their guests. A favorite photo was one showing only the bottom of the couple’s shoes with the written words “I Do…Me Too”. Another photo showed the couple with their hands up in the air configuring their fingers to create the word “Love”. Very clever and definitely relayed the camaraderie this couple enjoys together.
Jungle green was the bride’s primary color, but she accented the Utah wedding venue with leopard prints in a throw rug for the wedding line and linen toppers for her table centerpieces. Even the groom’s cake was decorated with the leopard motif.
Uniquely, this bride had her guests put thumbprints on a large poster with a tree drawn on it. With different shades of green, the thumbprints became the leaves on the tree. By the end of the reception, the tree was full of greenery wishing the newlyweds a healthy fruitful life. Just so you know, moist wipes were provided for the guests to wipe the ink off their fingers.
Also, can you imagine the smile on the groom’s face when he entered the groom’s room to prepare himself for the evening. There he found on the counter, a photo of his bride staring at him and one of her high heels strategically placed by the photo. This scene was worth a thousand words.
The bride chose our preferred cake designer Carrie’s Cakes to create her green and white masterpiece. This is one of two cake designer partners at this Utah wedding reception center. Magelby’s was the caterer serving sandwiches, fruits, and vegetables. Her photographer was Kristina Bath and Videographer was Taylor Allred. Garden Elegance was her florist.
Bride’s Mother wrote: “The staff is very helpful and accommodating. We loved everything. It was just beautiful!”