Jan 26th 2012

Featured: Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine – Desert Tablescape

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Jan 10th 2012

2012 MOOD Commercial

As promised, we are sharing with you our 2012 MOOD Commercial that is part of our “All You Need Is Love…And MOOD” print and online advertising campaign for this year.

Masterfully produced by a past MOOD bride, Enge Van Wagoner of Enge V.W. Films, this short commercial follows Vanessa and Stephen as they prepare for their wedding day and eventually exchange their wedding vows at a gorgeous mountain ceremony in Deer Valley. All the months of the hard work, planning and coordinating becomes invisible, and seamlessly culminates into that perfect moment when they say, “I do.”

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Jan 9th 2012

2012 MOOD Ad Campaign

Happy Monday! Today, we have a special blog post for you – the debut of our brand new 2012 MOOD Ad Campaign that will be featured in the brand new Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine (Winter/Spring 2012 issue), Utah Bride Blog, and our MOOD website.

The headline, “All You Need Is Love…And MOOD” means exactly that. After your recent engagement over the holidays, you’ve got the ring, and the excitement has worn off just bit. Now, reality has begun to set in. Where and how do you begin planning your big day? The answer is easy. Contact us!
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SALT LAKE / PARK CITY BRIDE & GROOM MAGAZINE

Our new ad can be found on page 15 of the brand new (and gorgeous) Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine. The sun-kissed, full-page photo of our recently wedded couple, Vanessa and Stephen, by Ashley Thalman Photography, sets the scene for this year’s ad. But that’s not all. By scanning the QR code at the bottom of the ad, you can watch Vanessa and Stephen’s mountain wedding ceremony at the St. Regis Deer Valley. The video was masterfully produced by Enge Van Wagoner, of Enge V.W. Films, and who is also a past MOOD bride. We will be posting the video here on our blog TOMORROW so be sure to check back. It’s elegant and sweet, and something you have to see!

 



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Jan 3rd 2012

Rachel & Aaron – Vintage Winter Wedding

Happy New Year!

Today we are kicking off 2012 on the right foot by starting anew and hoping to keep this blog more regularly updated. We’re hoping this resolution doesn’t fail miserably like trying to lose weight – our fingers are crossed.

Today we are excited to share with you beautiful detail photos of Rachel and Aaron’s winter wedding reception held at the beautiful Gardner Village and shot by Eveline Wunder Photography. The staff at Gardner Village do an amazing job every year of decorating the venue for the holidays, so when we met with Rachel and Aaron to go over decor ideas, it was fitting that they wanted their florals to be all white, simple, elegant and with a rustic-vintage touch. Choosing to go this route ensured that the wedding decor would stand apart from the venue’s Christmas decor, but at the same time, not be so different in style and look that they competed with one another. Plus, the style and decor Rachel and Aaron selected for their wedding reception matched the venue perfectly, a good tip if you’re shopping for a wedding venue or trying to figure out a style.

We are looking forward to a great 2012, filled with many celebrations, beautiful weddings and rockin’ parties! Cheers!

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A Note About “Vintage”

You may have heard that the wedding “vintage” trend is on it’s way out, or perhaps, already done and gone. You’ve fallen in love with the vintage look and style, but your time to be married just hasn’t come. So what do you do? Well, here’s our two cents. And it’s just that – two cents. The “vintage” wedding trend as we currently know it may certainly be on it’s way out. First things first, don’t give too much thought to “trends.” Instead, be yourself and make sure your wedding truly reflects you and your fiance’s personal style. Incorporate a couple of currently trending elements into your wedding if you’d like, but don’t over do it. Secondly, there will always be a place for “vintage” in weddings (or whatever terminology you choose to use – heirloom, heritage, traditional, etc). No, it may not necessarily be the “vintage” of today’s weddings, but certainly weddings should always acknowledge and reflect on one’s heritage, family traditions and relationships – however you choose to incorporate them. Third, think “classic.” You can never go wrong with classic and timeless. And lastly, remember what weddings are all about – your love.


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Aug 1st 2011

Relaxed Backyard Wedding | Trevor Christensen Photography

We have been so busy the past few weeks, we’re practically going crazy – in a good way. And there’s no sign of it stopping any time soon. But we couldn’t put off any longer highlighting Trevor Christensen and his seriously awesome photography skills. Pair that with him being a downright nice guy AND coming to our rescue at the last minute (he responded to our tweet and totally saved us), yeah, we know, we owe him BIG.

These photos Trevor took are from a backyard wedding we did a few weeks back that was beautifully simple and totally summer. Check out more of Trevor’s work on his website here. And check out his Facebook page and LIKE it. You won’t be disappointed. There’s something about his work that is so simple, unique and very genuine.

Thank you, Trevor!

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Jul 19th 2011

Summer Recipe: Fire-Roasted Corn Salad


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Jul 14th 2011

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Taste of the Valley


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Jul 11th 2011

A Very Berry Twinkie Cake

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Jul 1st 2011

Event Design & Styling for SL/PC Bride & Groom Magazine

Yesterday we introduced to you Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine and gave you a sneak peek into the beautiful pages of its premier issue. There are so many things to love about this new magazine already. And lucky for us, we were fortunate enough to be asked to contribute our event design and styling skills for the magazine’s first dessert photo spread.

When the idea was first pitched to us, we immediately said “yes!” We knew this would be an opportunity that we absolutely could not pass up. We had some anxiety at first, but we just really wanted to make sure that we could deliver and produce something beautiful for the magazine’s big debut in Utah. Working with Tessa Woolf, Editor of Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom and the Sagacity Media team was a fantastic experience. The local Utah wedding vendors who provided beautiful works of art and delicious sweet treats for the photo spread (which we were REQUIRED to sample, of course – hard job right?) made our task much easier and lots of fun. And the backdrop for the photo spread, Log Haven Restaurant, was all that we could have asked for and more to create the perfect setting and mood.

Since the issue won’t be in stores until next week, we’re providing you with images of the dessert photo spread for all of you to see! (Thank you SL/PC Bride & Groom Magazine!) We are beyond excited to share this with you. Much thanks to Barrett Doran for capturing all of the beauty from that day. The images, the layout, the EVERYTHING is more than we could have ever expected. Enjoy!

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Jun 30th 2011

It’s Here! Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine Makes Its Debut!

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