May 4th 2012

Elegant Park City Destination Wedding | Carly & Matthew

NOTE: Alright. It’s been quite a while since the last blog post. And saying we’re going to post a blog post every week from the start of the new year is like making a resolution to start a diet, get a gym pass and lose weight. So we’re never making that promise again – we’ve learned our lesson – but we hope you enjoy this blog post since it’s been such a long hiatus and a new post is LONG overdue.

Today we have a simple and elegant destination wedding to share with you photographed by the lovely and talented Alixann Loosle of Alixann Loosle Photography.

Carly and Matt are avid skiers and frequent visitors to Park City’s mountain slopes. Wanting to celebrate their marriage with family and friends in a place they loved so dearly, they decided to marry in Park City, at the Kimball Art Center. They wanted the focus of their wedding day to not only be about their tying the knot, but also celebrating the love of their family and friends. They opted to hold a casual hors d’oeuvres and cocktail reception (deliciously catered by Culinary Crafts) prior to the wedding ceremony, followed by a dinner at Talisker Restaurant on Main Street.

Working with Carly and Matt was a wedding planner’s dream. They were prepared and knew exactly the look and style they wanted for their wedding, yet they still gave us full creative control to see their vision for their wedding day come through. We filled the venue with light and airy details – cream linens and soft white and dusty gray florals, white anemones and pillar candles to line the aisle, votive candles and white blooms hung above the ceremony space, and two floral centerpieces placed atop gallery pedestals and a soft white linen backdrop to anchor the front of the ceremony space. All the details were elegant, sophisticated, understated and true to the Park City aesthetic, as well as both Carly and Matt’s personal style and elegance.

Enjoy! and congratulations again, Carly & Matthew!



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