At one of our reception centers in Utah, Forget-me-not flowers surrounding the “Around You” Willow Tree Cake Topper sent a powerful romantic message to all the attending guests at Atrium Weddings. This is Western Gardens reception venue that has an indoor garden ambiance without the worry of the weather!
Their cake was simple yet made a powerful statement. Here basic white two tiered cake with tantalizing dripping chocolate fondant, was created by Sugar Kisses Cakes. It was topped with a beautiful Willow Tree figurine by Susan Lordi. As one of the artist’s Cake Topper collection called “Around You”, it was perfect for this cake poised amid dainty little forget-me-not flower blooms. The flower blooms are a pretty blue that tied in with Kaitlyn’s choice of Royal Blue table linens. With a touch of yellow daisies, this indoor garden reception venue was a beautiful and inviting celebration for all the attending guests.
The families decided to self-cater, which not all Utah wedding venues allow. They served a wide variety of cupcakes, mini-cheesecakes, and fresh seasonal fruit. Kaitlyn chose the venue’s tall silver candlestick centerpieces with the lemon leaf wreaths. Her bridesmaids accented the wreaths with the yellow and white flowers and a shimmering yellow ribbon.
This is a reception that guests and family will not soon forget, and Kaitlyn and Kevin will remember forever!
Mary and Aaron enjoyed their celebrations at one of Western Garden’s premier wedding venues in Utah. They elected to not use one of our reception center’s preferred caterers, but chose the delightful Cosmopolitan Catering. They served a wide variety of pasta salads, breads, fruits and pastries. Mary took advantage of the opportunity to hire a friend to do her floral arrangements. Shelly Buckley did a masterful job of arranging pale pink roses mixed with various white mums, daisies, and other seasonal white flowers. She also worked in vines to add to the spring feel of an April wedding.
This bride designed a unique wedding cake of many tiers of earthy bundt cakes topped with white frosting piping creating a feel of spring trees and nests. This was a distinct beautiful touch to the garden ambiance our wedding reception venue already creates. The guests enjoyed the traditional entertainment of watching the newlyweds cut the wedding cake and later toss the bridal bouquet. Of course, the groom had to retrieve the bride’s garter and flip it to the waiting bachelors in the room. Soon there after the bride and groom shared their last dances with their father and mother and then romantically had their first dance together as man and wife. What a beautiful couple!
At a relatively early hour, the guests sent them off with sparklers, not always provided by outdoor wedding venues in Utah, after a very long day of happy celebrations!