Gabi and Colton

Formal White and Black wedding at Wadley Farms in Pleasant Grove, Utah

Typically weddings at Wadley Farms Farm and Gardens have garden style floral arrangements. However, this couple mixed it up with formal, no-greenery, florals with a black and white elegant color scheme.

In the gardens at Wadley Farms there is a wisteria covered gazebo where many couples hold their ceremonies. Lots of couples add greenery and florals along the sides, but this couple decided to go with the existing look of the plants on the gazebo and add white flowers to the existing foliage structure to make it look like it was blooming right above them. After setting up the floral arch, the gardener even came up to me and said 'wow, I didn't realize that bloomed in the summer' and I said 'It doesn't, I made that'. This is the perfect example of expanding upon your surroundings rather than changing them.

The bridal bouquet is simple but elegant and filled with fluffy white blooms. A white bouquet with ranunculus, delphinium, garden roses, and sweet peas. Flower girls wear babies breath crowns, also known and floral halos. The groom and groomsmen wear stately boutonnieres with spray roses and wrist corsages adorn the wrists of the bride and groom's mothers.

The bride and groom took bridals at the Thomas S. Monson Center among the roses.

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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.