A Spring Celebration with a Touch of Winter
Some say it can’t be done but the team at Soirée Productions did it! Although early March in Park City can be winter especially at the beautiful Stein Eriksen Lodge where skiers are in and out, our bride asked us to incorporate the seasons of winter and spring for her wedding day. It was a gorgeous sunny day but a cool crisp was in the air. Coats and wraps were definitely a must. We turned the ballroom at Stein Eriksen Lodge into a scene out of a typical Park City day. We combined 4 ft tree branches with gorgeous bright floral blooms indicating Spring is right around the corner. For that touch of Winter, we included hanging icicles from each branch. The espresso crush silk linens tied it all in. Our designers also included small leaves on the escort card indicating the trees were beginning to sprout their leaves. The bridesmaids each wore her favorite black dress and carried gorgeous bouquets of burgundy dahlias prepared by StellaPosy, a favorite flower you’ll find blooming in the Spring.
The ceremony was held at Park City Community Church with amazing views of the mountains. This ceremony was truly one of my favorites. The bride recorded a song for the groom which was played during Communion. The entire congregation participated in the lighting of the Unity Candle. Starting the light of life in the back of the church, each guest passed the flame to his/her candle then worked it’s way up to the wedding party ending with the maid of honor and best man who then lite the bride and grooms. Finally, the bride and groom lite the memorial candles on the altar; those were placed to honor family members who had recently passed. The candle lighting ended with the bride and groom’s unity candle signifying the beginning of one life together. It was a beautiful touch to this very special day. Mitch Burt of Zuma Photo captured every moment with his amazing photography and Remember When was there to capture it live allowing them to relive this beautiful day over and over again! A big thank you to DJ Craig Chambers of Disc Connections for keeping the momentum and fun going strong all night long! What a great party.
It was a treat to work with our client and provide her with the look she was hoping for. Spring is a new season where everything has sign of new life. What better time of year to celebrate wedding nuptials…after all, your wedding day is the beginning of a new life together!
Burgandy Dahlias made up the bride's bouquet thanks to StellaPosy.
The bride wore a duchess stain fitted mermaid with embellishments and pick ups on the lower skirt. Her veil was worn by her mom on her wedding day!
The bouts were one simple dahlia to complement the bouquets
The bridesmaids bouquets were a smaller version of the brides
The bride chose to wear her mom's veil and crown as her "something old"
The "lucky sixpense" in her shoe
One last toast and then off to the church
Small teak boxes were hung from the pews full of beautiful burgandy and sage flowers. After the ceremony the ribbons were removed and the boxes highlighted the mantle at Stein Eriksen Lodge
Park City Community Church is a beautiful church to celebrate your nuptials!
The congretion participated in the lighting of the unity candle. The flame began in the back and worked it's way up to the Altar
The bride and groom used the flame from the congregation to light the memorial candles on the Altar representing family members who were here in spirit. The last candles to be lit were the Unity Candle; joining the bride and groom as one
The view of Deer Valley from the Stein Eriksen Lodge was a goregous one!
The ballroom was set with espresso crushed silk linens, uplighting, pin spots to highlight the centerpieces and winter trees with blooming flowers at the base
The placecard table was simple with natural river rock a leaf indicating leaves are starting to sprout and lots of candlelight
The sommelier at Stein Eriksen Lodge assisted the bride and groom in selecting wines which were paired with their dinner
Chef Raymond created a 4 tier hazelnut chocolate cake and added a simple chocolate ribbon and coordinating floral
Soiree designers had a custom cake topper created for the bride and groom who both own their individual Harley Davidson Fatboys
The Fathboys were decorated with cans for the getaway
Another great event at Stein Eriksen Lodge. The staff couldn't be more helpful. A big thank you to the entire team for putting on another successful event
Design & Coordination: Soirée Productions
Photography: Zuma Photo, Mitch Burt
Music: Disc-Connections; Craig Chambers
Venue: Stein Eriksen Lodge
Videography: Remember When Films
Gown, Alterations & Accessories: White Couture
Tuxedo Rentals: White Couture
Limousine and Transportation: All Resort Express