Utah hands down is the most amazing place I've visited thus far in my life journey. I even went skydiving in Moab! When I had the opportunity to photography this styled wedding in Zion National Park, I was head-over-heels, crazy excited! The scenery speaks for itself. As for the wedding inspiration design, all the elements such made it that much more magical. I will start with this is the coolest, most unique "bouquet" I've ever seen. Designed with a blooming cherry blossom branch, a handmade macrame dreamcatcher was crafted with dangling floral blooms through it. The bride wore a classy trumpet dress with a lace tiered back from Edith-Elan. The stationery had gold and rose gold geometric designs. Even the vintage stamps tied into it all - lace making, Zion's official stamp, and even a pteranodon dinosaur stamp. How does the dinosaur fit into the design? The handmade wooden men's band has a dinosaur inlay that was dug up in Utah.There is also a song lyric that says "she didn't give me butterflies, she gave me pterodactyl" and that's the sweetest. The women's wedding rings are unique as well with twig designed bands and a sapphire. Oh Utah, you're always stealing my breath.
Photography + Styling + Design: Magnolia + Ember // Women's Wedding Ring Set: Olivia Ewing // Men's Wedding Band: Metal Forest Designs // Florist: Bloomers Flowers & Decor // Dress: Edith Elan // Stationery: Funky Olive // Jewelry: Dee Ruel // Calligraphy Dress Hanger: Paper-thin and Fancy // Venue: Zion National Park, Utah