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Featured Wedding – A Trucker’s Love

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  A Trucker’s Love   On August 12, 2017, two of the state’s largest Trucking families, England Trucking and Godfrey Trucking, joined roads in Holy Matrimony. Megan Godfrey married Clayton England in the Salt Lake Temple. Meghan and Clayton met in high school, but a high school romance wasn’t in the log for them as Clayton was a sophomore trying to “pick-up” a senior. After both serving LDS missions, Clayton in Mexico City, Mexico and Meghan in Santiago, Chili, Clayton finally grew up and age just didn’t matter any longer. They went on their first date to see the Christmas lights at Temple Square and it was history from then … Continue reading Featured Wedding – A Trucker’s Love


How to Choose Lotus Flowers or Water Lily Flowers for Your Wedding

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Lotus flowers and water lilies are both beautiful and exotic looking flowers. Both make excellent cut flowers for wedding decorations or can be set up in bowls to float. If you are planning on having water lilies and/or lotus flowers in your wedding, there are a few things you should keep in mind. The main thing is that lilies and lotus flowers are NOT the same thing. They have many similarities, such as they grow in water and share a few colors, however, there are some major differences that you should be aware of when planning on how to incorporate them into your wedding ceremony. Knowing this information can help … Continue reading How to Choose Lotus Flowers or Water Lily Flowers for Your Wedding


A Wedding Wishing Tree for Your Wedding

Want to try an alternative to the traditional wedding guest book? Wishing Tree Cards are a wonderful alternative or supplement to the traditional guest book. It allows your wedding guests to convey their well wishes to the bride and groom AND allows you to turn those wishes into a keepsake for years to come. Everyone knows the guest book but there is a new alternative, called a Wishing Tree, which has slowly been creeping its way into more and more weddings. Guests not only sign their name to a card, but they also have space to add their best wishes to the new bride and groom. Then they can hang … Continue reading A Wedding Wishing Tree for Your Wedding


Top 5 Reasons to Tent Your Wedding

After 23 years in the rental business we at Camelot Party Rentals have got a solid foundation when it comes to tenting events. Tents are no longer just for Girl Scouts and die hard campers, these days they are an elegant affordable way to have an indoor outdoor wedding. Here are Camelot Party Rental’s top reasons to tent your wedding. Rain, rain, Stay Away from my Wedding Day: Weather is an unpredictable enemy to outdoor events. Weather permitting, you can still have the outdoor wedding ceremony of your dreams, but having the reception tented offers you an elegant back up plan if the clouds come your way and the wind … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to Tent Your Wedding


Wedding Splurges Worth The Money

The biggest mistake you can make budget wise is spending money on things that will never be noticed by your guest. If you’re going to spend the extra money try these WOW-packed ideas: Lighting: Order a custom-made gobo light of your monogram, or project a design from your wedding  invitation over the dance floor. Ceremony Decor:Ask your florist to cover a canopy with lush flowers and hanging votive candles or blossom-bedecked lanterns to create vocal points. Your guest will love it! The Entryway: Ask the servers to greet guest with glasses of champagne or a signature cocktail so that they feel taken care of from the moment they enter the … Continue reading Wedding Splurges Worth The Money


How to Make Your Wedding Gown Unique

Do you want your wedding gown to stand out? An Enlighted Wedding Dress is the answer! This gorgeous wedding dress was made even more special by the installation of about 300 warm white LEDs throughout the skirt. The lights simulated the effect of candlelight with the gold-tinted color of the LEDs, and with a soft random flickering pattern. The lights were arranged in a random pattern, with the density increasing towards the bottom of the skirt. The batteries were hidden inside the wider part of the skirt, and the lights were turned on by remote control. See video at https://saltlakebride.com/how-to-make-your-wedding-gown-unique/ So as not to be outdone, these are also available … Continue reading How to Make Your Wedding Gown Unique


Unique Wedding Reception Treat Ideas – Hot Cocoa and S’mores Bar

Looking for a unique idea for your wedding reception treats?  Here are some photos taken at The Canterbury Place Wedding Show. Notice the pictures on the wall.  Use wedding photos or decorations to tie things together. The Hot Cocoa in on the left and the on S’mores on the right. You wedding guests will love the assortment of chocolate to go  around the melted marshmellows. Different flavors for the Hot Cocoa available to suite each wedding guest. Chocolate coated spoons add flavor and look wonderful.  Use colors to match your wedding reception colors. Mint candies and Cinnamon Sticks for added flavor. For pricing on the Hot Coca and S’more bars … Continue reading Unique Wedding Reception Treat Ideas – Hot Cocoa and S’mores Bar


Mind Your Manners OR A Brief Etiquette Spread

At your wedding or any other time, your great smile and perfect physique may not be enough to compensate for your fumbling through a 12- to 20-piece formal place setting. Instead of sentencing yourself to a fake-it-till-you-make-it evening, brush up on your grace with our brief etiquette spread. Or learn how to set the table for a proper wedding lunch or dinner. Warning: Because the primary purpose of etiquette is to make people feel comfortable in social situations by establishing accepted standards, the most egregious thing a person can do is use it pretentiously, especially by openly correcting anyone. Etiquette — “a code of behavior based on thoughtfulness,” according to … Continue reading Mind Your Manners OR A Brief Etiquette Spread


Wedding Favors and Decoration Ideas

Seasonal/Holiday Favors Candy canes Mini Easter baskets filled with foil-wrapped chocolate eggs Little plastic pumpkins filled with candy corn Simple Christmas ornaments Blow-up beach balls with your names and/or your wedding colors Miniature heart-shaped boxes of Valentine’s chocolates Miniature watering cans filled with spring blooms Chocolate coins in gold foil Sparklers Easter eggs (that you’ve colored yourselves) Miniature pots of clover (four-leaf?) for St. Patty’s Day Keepsake Favors A copy of a memorable photo you have of you (or both of you) with each guest A pretty picture frame


Personalize Your Wedding

One of the best ways for you to add a special touch to your wedding is personalizing. Many couples choose to personalize an item of their wedding so that people will have a more memorable time. Personalization ranges from initials to the wedding date, to your full names, and everything in between. Here are the most common ways/items to personalize. Ribbon– This is probably the least expensive and the most used way to personalize your wedding. The ribbon comes with your names and/or wedding date printed on 12″ lengths. There will usually be a minimum order amount, so if you are having less than 100 guests, you may want to … Continue reading Personalize Your Wedding


Wedding Flowers and Bridal Bouquets

With so many different types of bouquets- it hard to decide which would be best. Just make sure you take into account your overall theme for your wedding. Ballerina: A round bouquet composed of masses of tulle or net and few flowers. This type of bouquet was popular in the early 1940s when flowers were scarce due to World War II. Basket: Flowers arranged and carried in a shallow basket and often used in a garden or garden-like wedding setting. Beidermeier: A nosegay made up of concentric circles of different flowers for a somewhat striped effect. Cascade: A waterfall-like “spill” of blooms and greenery that’s anchored in a hand-held base. … Continue reading Wedding Flowers and Bridal Bouquets


Decorations for Your Wedding Reception

Reception decorations are often the third thing that comes to mind after the dress and the flowers.   Decorating your reception location can be a fun experience.   You can  hire a decorator or rental company  to do the work or you can  do the work yourself.   If you plan on having a lot of flowers, make sure you coordinate with your florist.    One of the main things that people think about is the centerpieces. Centerpieces are generally decorations that are placed in the center of a table, and wherever else you want (on food tables, by doorways, on windowsills, etc.). There are so many different types of … Continue reading Decorations for Your Wedding Reception


Wedding Flowers

Weddings are by far the most flower-oriented events in the world. Here are all the types of flowers that people like to have at a wedding. Luckily, only about half of these are actually “required”. Bridal bouquet– This is exactly what it sounds like, the bouquet that the bride has. It is always the biggest and best bouquet out of all the rest. Maid of honor’s and bridesmaids’ bouquets– These are bouquets for the women in the wedding party. They can either be miniatures of the bridal bouquets, or a completely different style and/or color. Boutonnieres for the groom, best man, dads, and grandfathers– Boutonnieres are very important so that … Continue reading Wedding Flowers


Wedding Ceremony Decorations

Make your wedding memorable with mood-enhancing decorations.   Since the ceremony decorations are only supposed to cost 1.5% of your total budget, you’ll either have to be meager, or do without. Usually it is easy to do without decorations at the ceremony site. This is often the case if you are getting married in a historic church or a garden. If you do decide to have decorations, here are some tips. The most common ceremony decoration is bows. You can buy, or make, large ribbon bows to put on the ends of the pews. This gives the room a more festive look, plus you can either do all white bows … Continue reading Wedding Ceremony Decorations