I'm Lisa Kirk, a wife, mama, writer, and founder. Since 2010, Something Pretty has been home to my favorite memories, reflections, and inspirations. Thanks so much for reading!

Elegant Utah Winter Wedding


I have a weakness for winter wedding, especially weddings like this one that are overflowing with elegance and sweet details. The beautiful bride and groom kept most things classic–the dapper groom in a navy suit, the bride’s anemone and rose bouquet (one of my all-time favorites!), and a traditional church ceremony. However, they also infused personality into the special day by focusing completely on celebrating their marriage with family and friends. After all, the day before the wedding was spent skiing in ’80s clothes! They brought that same joyful, celebratory attitude to their wedding day by including their adorable dog in their pictures and creating an intimate dinner party atmosphere at their reception, followed by what I can only imagine was a serious dance party thanks to The Flashdance!

Elegant Utah Winter Wedding | Leo Patrone Photography {Vendors: Photographer: Leo Patrone Photography| Event planning: Bluebird Events| Ceremony venue: St. Mary’s Old Town Chapel| Reception: Riverhorse on Main| Bride’s dress: Watters via Lovely Bridal Shop| Bride’s headpiece: Feathers & Frills| Makeup: Splendor Beauty Emporium| Bridesmaid dresses: J. Crew| Groom’s suit: Custom| DJ: The Flashdance| Invitations: Bella Figura| Florals: Decoration Inc| Calligraphy: Melinda Mraz}

I always get extra excited when some of my favorite vendors are used in weddings I feature–in this case, I am a big fan of Bella Figura, The Flashdance, and Lovely Bridal Shop, and can’t recommend them highly enough to brides. Thank you so much to Leo Patrone for the honor of sharing this truly beautiful wedding!

Love, Lisa

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  1. Dana says:

    what a beautiful bouquet! i liked the little tulips at the tables too!

  2. Lena says:

    A favorite, for always!


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