We admit that this is an unusual way to begin one of our wedding posts. In this case, however, we couldn’t resist beginning with a sweet note we received from the couple the day after their wedding.
Hi Jim,We were completely floored by the flowers at our wedding yesterday, and you guys did such an amazing job. Everything was beyond perfect, better than anything we could’ve ever imagined. You made the day truly special for us, and so many guests complimented us on the beautiful table arrangements, ceremony site, and obvious attention to detail that your team showed. I loved everything from the bouquets to the men’s corsages to the tiny orchids in the table arrangements!We won’t get our professional photos for another eight weeks, but I thought you’d like to know how everything turned out during the actual wedding! One of our guests shot this candid shot of the bridal party with the chuppah in the background, and it is stunning.Thank you so much for everything you’ve done over the past year.Sincerely,Alexa (& Kyle)
This welcome sign greeted guests as they approached the ceremony site. Seven Canyons is always a favorite of ours. The driving range has spectacular sweeping views making it a must see before choosing any venue.
We especially enjoy working with Theresa Swanson, food and beverage director and event experience planner for Seven Canyons. Theresa is always at the top of her game and provides seamless attention to detail.
A simple Chuppah was built out for birch poles and decorated with roses, hydrangea and eucalyptus. Guests are never disappointed with so much to see and experience at this wonderful ceremony site.
It was a beautiful although windy day. The red cliffs in the background were gorgeous at sunset. Sometimes wind can be exciting, adding drama to the photographer’s images. This day, the wind was not a problem at all and created a lovely experience for everyone.
Alexa was radiant and carried this beautiful bouquet with style and grace. The bouquet was just the right size… not to big as to take the focus away from the bride. Yes, we can be somewhat opinionated when it comes to the size of the bouquet. Sometimes all you see is the bouquet. The bride should carry the bouquet, not the other way around.
The bridal bouquet featured roses, chrysanthemums, dahlias, orchids and eucalyptus.
The bridesmaid’s bouquets were classic mounds of ivory roses and eucalyptus.
We loved the green glassware that complimented the use of green in the table garlands.
Beautiful centerpieces of roses and hydrangea were used on all the round tables. Several styles of vintage glassware made the table interesting and unique.
The beautiful cake was provided by Enchantment’s pastry chef, Asia Rodriquez.
Congratulations to another Show Stopping couple. Thank y0u, Alexa and Kyle for letting us be a part of your special day. Our best! Jim and Ken