We never get tired of a classic, traditional, white wedding, and this team of creatives hit this lovely affair out of the park. Don’t you just love all of the delicate details and romantic flowers that Sarah Winward designed and Rylee Hitchner beautifully captured? They achieved a truly organic style by mixing different natural textures like wood, Campo de’ Fiori pottery, moss, and delicate blooms like spirea, helleborus, and ranunculus. And we just love all of the small details of this sweet wedding like the vintage-style runners cascading off of those dark farm tables. The combination of the natural textures and delightful touches resulted in a lovely white wedding that will always be in style.
We’d love to hear your ideas about how to make a traditional white wedding truly unique.
Photographer: Rylee Hitchner | Ceremony Venue: Provo LDS Temple | Reception Venue: The Loggia at Thanksgiving Point | Flowers: Honey of a Thousand Flowers | Calligraphy: Allie Randall (email@example.com) | Cake: Pippa Cakery | Catering: Fiore Pizza | Bride’s Dress: Nancy Barrus | Bride’s Shoes: Nancy Barrus | Mother of the Bride’s Dress: Adrianna Papell | Groom’s Suit: Dress Code Custom | Hair & Makeup: Joanna Ballentine
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