As soon as possible, a wise bride will first focus on getting her wedding plans organized. Get your smartphone organized right off the bat as you plan for your wedding reception! Before you are tempted to visit all the many utah wedding venues to find that perfect one, some brides find it very useful and less confusing to create a special email address dedicated to only your wedding communications. As you search for wedding venues in Utah or cake designers or whatever vendor you are needing, they can communicate directly with that designated email address. Create those folders and sections on your phone to hold all the vendor names, phone numbers, addresses, and details that you will be gathering for the next several months. Remember to take photos of those cake designs or floral arrangements that you hope to be replicated for your own wedding celebration.
Some brides still find it useful to use the old style paper file or three-ring binder. Have pockets to place photos and ideas that you come across. Tear sheets from magazines you want vendors to see! A picture is indeed worth a thousand words, especially when you can leave an actual photo with the vendor so they have a reference photo when they create your cake, or floral arrangement, or dress, etc.
Your wedding ceremony and reception will be a lot less stressful if you will take a few moments in the beginning to get organized and stay organized. Also, some wedding venues Salt Lake City offers like Atrium Weddings provide wedding planners that will help you with the details you need to remember for the celebration at their wedding venue.
Madison and Zach enjoyed their approximate 300 guests at one of the wedding reception venues in Utah that is run by Western Garden Centers called Atrium Weddings.
They enjoyed a self-catered event during which close friends supplied sliders, salads, chips, fruit, and finger desserts. Notice the absolutely gorgeous fondant covered Mr. and Mrs. sugar cookies. Madison opted to use Atrium’s elegant dishware package for her buffet style setting. This wedding reception was all a family affair as the cake was created by Madison’s sweet mother Vanisha. They took advantage of the beautiful baby grand piano and invited a pianist for live music for part of the evening. The florist was Lauren Richardson. Their photographer was Emily Whitehead and their videographer was Brad Winegar.
Not all wedding reception centers in Utah allow such flexibility for the bride and groom and their families. We were honored to be a part of Madison and Zach’s beautiful beginning.
The Mother of the Bride left us the following comment: Thanks for having a facility and staff that allowed me to do what I wanted.