Gia and AJ

Western Wedding Flowers at Quiet Meadow Farm

In the vast expanse of Utah’s serene landscapes, perfect for a destination wedding, lies a hidden gem for couples seeking the perfect blend of rustic elegance and Western charm: Quiet Meadow Farm. Nestled at the base of the picturesque Mapleton, Utah mountains, this idyllic venue has the perfect backdrop for country weddings, like the recent boho wedding theme at Quiet Meadow Farms.

The bride and groom, captivated by the charm of a Western-themed wedding, chose Quiet Meadows Farm Utah as the perfect setting for their friends and family to gather for the ultimate cowboy-chic party. From the moment guests arrived, they were transported into a world where cowboy boots met delicate blooms, and the spirit of the Wild West danced harmoniously with contemporary flair. Every detail was thought out and planned so that guests would feel at home and taken care of.

Wedding Ceremony

One of the defining features of this unique wedding was the breathtaking full ceremony aisle ground arrangements filled with an abundance of dried flowers. The aisle arrangements were a cloud of native Pepper Cress with toffee roses and playa blanca roses rising up out of them. The aisle guided the eye toward a boho wedding arch full of pampas grass, dried flowers, fall foliage, and more roses. The western wedding flowers on the arch were complemented by a steer head, cowhide, and two wagon wheels for decor—a true homage to the couple’s love for all things Western.

Wedding Dinner

The enchantment didn’t stop there. As guests mingled and reveled in the celebration, they were treated to many delightful surprises. A milk and cookies station evoked childhood nostalgia, while the pizza bar and charcuterie table provided a unique dinner for the guests. During cocktail hour, there were custom cocktail drinks named after the couples’ dogs. Creative signage was throughout the celebration with puns like “I love you with every Pizza my heart.” There were creative touches like an old-fashioned phone on the welcome table to leave a message for the couple rather than a guest book, binoculars for guests to look out into nature, and props for the dance floor. Their welcome sign even looked like a poster for a Western movie.

Color Palette

Amidst the festivities, the carefully curated décor reflected the couple’s vision of a boho wedding. The color palette of rust, blue, beige, and brown harmonized seamlessly with the natural surroundings of Utah in the Fall, and the western wedding flowers had both dried and fresh elements, reflecting the backdrop of Quiet Meadow Farm in October with its fall foliage, green grass and fresh fruiting apple trees, and snow-dusted mountains. The boho wedding bouquet included thistle, seed pods, roses, dahlias, pampas grass other dried grasses, and white sunflowers. This created a fall wildflower look and incorporated lots of locally grown Utah flowers and dried elements.

western wedding flowers color paletteOutfits

While the groom, with a cowboy hat and vest, smoked cigars during cocktail hour, the bride changed into a second outfit for the night. While her ceremony dress was lacey, sleeveless, and incorporated a ‘V’ shape of fringe, her cocktail hour and first dance dress was flowy, long-sleeved, and the perfect elegant Western wedding dress. During the dance party, DJ-ed by Cooper Brown, she changed once more into a custom white leather jacket with fringe and their wedding date on it, with white jeans. She wore her white cowgirl boots with all three outfits.

Wedding Reception

After dinner, guests danced the night away in the barn amidst the repurposed boho wedding flowers that now encircled the dance floor and became a ground meadow in front of the sweetheart table during toasts. The wedding included other boho wedding decor like dried florals from the wagon wheel chandeliers, white tree branches with fairy lights, and white fabric draping on the wood doors.

However, perhaps what truly set this wedding apart was the unique touches that reflected the couple’s personalities and love story. While the details were over the top, they were also planned to feel homey, private, and comforting. The couple spoke private vows in the rocking chairs by the fire, which creates an image of growing old together. Every detail spoke volumes about the couple’s journey and the love that brought them together.

As the sun set over Quiet Meadow Farm Mapleton, casting a golden hue over the horizon, guests couldn’t help but feel a sense of awe and wonder at the beauty of it all. In this idyllic setting, amidst the rolling hills and gentle breeze, two souls had joined as one, bound by a love that was as timeless as it was profound.

For couples seeking a one-of-a-kind experience that transcends the ordinary, Quiet Meadow Farms Mapleton Utah stands as a testament to the magic of love and the beauty of shared moments. Whether you’re dreaming of a Western wedding, a boho-inspired affair, or a destination celebration that captures the heart and soul, this enchanting venue offers the perfect backdrop for your love story to unfold.

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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.