From Kristina, the photographer: 

“What better way to welcome spring then by creating illustrious florals using magnolias and flowering pear blossoms. Our inverted archway was created using wispy southern smilax vines and accents of flowering pear tree blossoms to frame our beautiful bride, Ashlyn. She had a bountiful bouquet of spring blooms in a dusty mauve, deep plum, and ivory color palette finished in the most gorgeous silk ribbon. The tablescape was warm and inviting with muted mauve tones and honey color woods. The bride’s dress was designed with delicate cream lace and an abundance of mauve tulle. This allowed her to gracefully walk the red brick stones in the courtyard with an exquisite train. Handcrafted hairpieces from overseas adorn her hair as she wore three different styles to inspire all brides this spring.”

Bride: Ashlyn Andersen | Photographer: Kristina Curtis Photography | Floral Designer: Calie Rose Wedding Flowers | Dress/Outfit Designer: J Noelle Design | Makeup Artist: KL Artistry | Hair: Ashley Johnson | Venue: Springville Art Museum | Food/Dessert: Flour and Flourish | Linen: Susan Party Rentals | Hair Pieces: Sheet a Design | Ring: By Angeline | Invitation Suite: Ink and Press Co. |Video: Krissi Cook Films and Photos



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