Neutral color palette, detail perfection + lots of dancing.
Planning and having a wedding during a global pandemic is challenging, or so I hear. I've only seen it from an outsider's perspective (other than my clients rescheduling) and can only imagine the discouragement and chaos that comes with that. Luckily for these Sheridan + Josh, they chose a date that fell right after the temples in Utah were opened back up for live sealings. They only got to take in a few close family members, and they couldn't get their giant group photo in front of the temple, but they were able to share this sacred ceremony with the people closest to them.
They were able to hold a reception for everyone else at a cute little barn with giant windows that let in all the natural light. The details were unreal. Amazing centerpieces filled up the long, wood tables, along with dramatic candlesticks lining the middle. There was a giant floral arrangement that called attention on a mantle in the entryway. The food was so yummy, along with the cake and desserts. And there was lots of dancing before they made their exit.
Every. Detail. Was. On. Point.
The cake. The tables. The food. The rings. The outfits. The venue. AMAZING.
Here's a list of all the great vendors that help make it what it was:
Ceremony: Mount Timpanogos Temple
Reception Venue: Walker Farms
Dress: Alta Moda Bridal
Florist: Lilly + Iris - Alexa Johnson
Cake: Flour + Flourish - Cassidy Harrison
Rings: Forge Jewelry Works, Carbon 6 Rings
Hair + MU: Diana Elizabeth Henrie