Square Magazine liked our l'il wedding and posted some photos from it. Enjoy!!
Emma and Jed’s wedding was all about colors and culture. Emma had lived in Hawaii, so she incorporated Hawaiian and Asian influences into her décor for a classy, tropical feel.
“I wanted a wedding that included my favorite colors and the cultures I love,” Emma says.
Emma also has a thing for all things vintage, so she added that into the mix with a self-designed vintage style dress made by Nancy Barrus Couture in Provo and real antique vases from Man on the Moon Antiques in Provo.
Emma’s advice for brides to be: “In the midst of your wedding planning, take time to think through why you are marrying your fiancé. After the wedding is over, all you have is him. I was lucky to have picked a great guy.”
Parasols were shipped from Thailand for each bridesmaid. Handmade bowties were made for all the boys. The couple asked their artistic family members and friends to paint pictures to display at their reception.
The bride designed the cake herself, and Dick’s Market in Bountiful pulled it off for under $200. The couple’s wedding was a marriage of vintage, Hawaiian, Asian and Victorian themes.Link