Tucked away in a dark, cozy corner of Salt Lake City’s luxurious Spanish tapas restaurant, FINCA, our design team put together a lush, one-of-a-kind soiree fit for a modern couple. Using a mix of antique pieces like the dainty lace gown and ornate blush goblets, organic elements like the bride’s rose quartz tiara and wooden table rings, and modern components like the bold floral wallpaper and teal velvet draperies, a very unique backdrop came to life.
The daring color palette of teal, pink, green, black, white, and gold can be spotted throughout the event.
Florals: Keeping with the color palette listed above, the talented florist created a lavish bouquet filled with bright peonies, spray roses, dark berries, and lots of greenery. Taking into account the multiple unique sitting areas throughout Finca, she also made a romantic floor arrangement using coordinating stems to carry the earthy vibe into the entire space.
Cake: “Simple and clean” are the words we used to describe the cake design. Surrounded by all of the bold colors and design elements, our tall, two-tiered, buttercream beauty makes a modern statement.
Invites: The lovely calligraphy and invitation suite designer said this about her work: “This suite is inspired by the overflowing gardens at the Chateau de Versailles in France. The wreath featured on the main invitation has natural growing branches while embracing a former beauty.” The clean design pops while styled on that stunning green marble surface!
Bridal Look: Our bride kept her makeup fresh and her hair loose and tousled, making it easy to change up her hair accessories from her veil, her rose quartz tiara, and gold floral comb as desired. For her dress, our girl donned an ivory Chantilly lace gown with flutter sleeves for femininity and movement. To add more versatility to her life, we added a tulle overskirt for a more romantic look and a regal sheer cape.
Table design & Decor: Our skilled table designer had this to say about our Sweethearts Table: “My vision was to contrast the dark, urban vibe of the venue with a natural and feminine tablescape. Neutral colors and soft materials served as a backdrop for the pops of pink, and the centerpiece of layered wooden hoops added a really cool focal point.”
Photography: I wanted to use both natural and artificial light to really capture the mood of the space and concept. As I was shooting, I thought about a unique, and bold bride and really feel like this came through.
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