Danielle and Mark

Peach and mauve wedding at Siempre in Draper, Utah

Soft but rich colors of peach and mauve create the palette for this wedding at Siempre venue in Draper, Utah. A low ceremony arrangement on the railings creates an elegant backdrop for sharing vows without blocking the view of Salt Lake valley. A full floor arch sits in front of the sweetheart table. The stairs are lined with floor arrangements, and centerpieces are surrounded by bud vases creating a fuller look.

The original concept for these Siempre Utah florals was based on the colors of the venue itself. The ceremony florals shape matches the curved shape of the structure above the secret garden. The sunset colored florals mirror the sunset you see from the view at Siempre Utah and also reflect the coloring of the brick flooring and the green mountains they are set in. The aisle florals are lush and overgrown and are aisle ground arrangements every other row to create a full aisle floral look. There are also grounded floral arrangements by the juliette doors inside Siempre and some at the base of the stairs on the ground for some stunning outdoor photoshoot moments. The ceremony arch was repurposed as a ground sweetheart table arrangement for a lush, full looking garden vibe while the couple ate dinner. The centerpieces are in trend ikebana arrangements with pin frogs and one low vase arrangement in the middle. This sunset color palette is perfect for fall or summer and the view from the secret garden at Siempre Event Venue is perfect year round.

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Bronte is a seasoned floral designer with over 13 years of experience and a degree in horticulture and floral design. She has been featured in prestigious bridal magazines and has worked with hundreds of couples. Bronte is dedicated to simplifying the wedding process for her clients and promoting the use of locally sourced flowers, combining her passion for blooms with sustainability efforts in the industry.