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Flowers likely to take centerstage in wedding décor this year By Rakini Chinery, owner Allans Flowers In 2018, wedding couples began throwing wedding traditions out the door, choosing flowers that inspire them rather than following expectations. Wedding florals are...
The Pantone Color Board has announced that the 2018 Color of the Year is Ultra-Violet. Provocative and thoughtful is how they describe this color. Purple is royal, creative, introspective. The color sets the tone for trends we are seeing in wedding florals.
Couples may be married in a breathtaking variety of settings in Heaven on Earth’s private canyon with spectacular views of the cliffs above. Couples may choose to betroth aside the pond or pool, on a deck or lawn beneath tall trees, even on a rooftop, a mountaintop, or inside a seasonal white wedding dome tent. Each setting features dramatic views. Plus, winding flagstone trails, fruit trees and granite outcrops create magnificent one-of-a-kind photo opportunities.
When it came time in early 2017 to plan her summer wedding, Elizabeth summoned a group of close friends, and this “committee” naturally decided to create a wedding reminiscent of an outdoor music festival.
Elizabeth and her husband Jeff have attended many music festivals and love the way they get to interact with so many different people. They wanted to re-create that same amazing energy and creative vibe for their own wedding.
Like a Phoenix rising out of the ashes, the Grand Highland Hotel & Holiday Courtyard have overcome destruction to become a prominent downtown boutique hotel and wedding venue. The Whiskey Row fire of 2012 destroyed a historic downtown building, but the courtyard was able to rise and bring a new sense of life to the space.
Never in our wildest dreams would we imagine that one day we would be hosting weddings – and absolutely enjoying it,” said Carolyn Harris, owner with her husband C. Paul Harris of the Van Dickson Ranch in Skull Valley.