This year has brought on a sense of nostalgia when thinking about traveling to far away places. Maybe it has to do with the fact that it hasn’t been possible to travel like we used to. With that in mind, we wanted to bring a piece of European romance home to us. That was the entire thought that inspired this design. What would my home away from home look like right now?
The Grand America Hotel was the perfect location to dream about our days in Paris. The pink marble, glittering chandeliers and old world charm encaptured each romantic detail exactly as we had hoped.
One of the first places I hope to return to is the Petit Trianon located through the gardens of The Palace of Versailles. The beauty inside flows from room to room seamlessly. This concept inspired the natural flowing greenery that spans off the table and fireplace. It also inspired the feminine details in the space such as the delicate tassel on the chocolate filled favor box and the floral china showcasing the painting, ‘Roses’, by Vincent van Gogh.
When designing a wedding there is always the intention to create an experience that never ends. Each detail, from the moment guests receive their invitation to the time they send the newlyweds on their honeymoon should play a small role in telling the story of their love.
– Utah Wedding Planner & Designer, Kate Elizabeth Events