Jessica and Jeff

Winter white wedding at a cabin in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah

This quiet winter mountain wedding in Utah was held at an Airbnb up Big Cottonwood Canyon near Solitude. The cabin was snowed in after guests arrived and vendors almost weren't able to make it up the canyon, but luckily the roads were plowed in time. Something to consider when you have a mountain wedding in Utah- even in March, is that the weather might not cooperate and so a planner who will take the reins for a backup plan is essential to making it an easy going day for you. The original photographer was not able to make it in due to flights being canceled with the storm, but Amanda with Everson Events was able to find a replacement photographer last minute. She also kept all the vendors in the loop about when the canyon would be open to drive up and what the new timeline would be.

For the ceremony backdrop, the couple rented Bronte's Florals acrylic stands, also known as ghost pedestals. They had large floral arrangements placed on them to frame them during the ceremony, and then the repurposed them around the cake for the cake cutting. The white ethereal and whimsical flowers perfectly tied in the snowy landscape seen through the windows. The arrangements are mostly blooms with some dried elements to bring in the winter vibe. Symmetrical clear pedestals have large arrangements placed on top and on the ground at the base. Garlands made from fresh eucalyptus were placed on the long farmhouse tables for the wedding dinner centerpieces. They are a simple minimalist wedding centerpiece that is budget friendly and classy. The bride and bridesmaid bouquets are filled to the brim with delicate white flowers. The groom is Hawaiian and in addition to a boutonniere, he is wearing a Maile Lei that his parents brought with them from Hawaii. They also got corsages for the mothers, and flower crowns for the flower girls to wear while they spread petals. For a creative aisle runner, they used a eucalyptus garland on each side with floating candles in glass cylinder vases.

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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.