Reception Centers in Utah like Atrium Weddings in Sandy, host beautiful celebrations for everyone. Anna and Raul said their vows on the Waterfall plaza on a beautiful July evening. Inside, Anna chose to use Atrium’s standard glass centerpieces with their lemon leaf wreath. Guests were treated to wonderful Mexican cruisine of pulled pork, rice, tortilla chips, salsa, cans of pop and plenty of cold bottled water. Anna and Raul’s cake was created by one of Atrium’s favorite bake designers Cindy Crump. It’s delicate little white with a tinge of pink blossoms casually flowed down the side of the Tiffany blue four tiered cake. The families provided sparkling cider and decorated goblets for a special toast to the honored couple. With a happy sparkler send off, they were off on their honeymoon.
Their photographer was Bellissima Images – beautiful work!
The bride and groom wrote the following comment at the end of their celebrations:
We loved everything about having our reception and ceremony here at Atrium reception center. Our day was everything we had hoped for. And the staff was wonderful! ~ Anna and Raul July 2013
One of the most “enchanted” wedding venues Salt Lake City includes is Atrium Weddings at Western Gardens in Sandy. This princess bride, whom I will adoringly call Giselle and her new husband Prince Edwards , celebrated their magical day with many of their favorite things. They served the guests of the kingdom fresh fruit and cookies to cover with chocolate from a 4-tiered chocolate fountain. A fountain sentry stood guard to ensure the guests that no little fingers or double dipping took place. Homemade chocolate eclairs were also on the menu with other finger pastries.
Guests enjoyed the couple’s favorite songs over Atrium’s sound system using a playlist from the bride’s ipad. After the cutting of the cake and the first dance with Prince Edwards, Giselle and a bride’s maid began a dance routine to the “Enchanted” movie theme song “Ever After”. Both twirled and laughed. What a perfect moment capturing the joy of this bride marrying her Prince with true love’s kiss. These two newlyweds have begun their happily-ever-after storybook marriage.
The first event I’ve attended where I was tempted to taste from the fountain of chocolate, and I love chocolate, was this wedding celebration at Atrium Weddings, one of many wedding venues Salt Lake City accommodates! You ask why? Because the fountain was being guarded by a woman who kept the little children from sticking their fingers in it or double-dipping.
At any event that offers a chocolate fountain, I always linger away and buy a chocolate bar on my way home after the party; but when I noticed the “guard”, my mind was put at ease and I felt comfortable to give it a try. I let the chocolate cascade over a strawberry and then over a cookie. I sat at a table and took my first Chocolate Fountain taste. Yum! It was truly so delicious that I was tempted to return to the fountain and like a kid, stick my finger in or even extend my tongue, but then I came to my senses.
From now on, I think I’ll be that guard at a chocolate fountain and enjoy the chocolate while I stand my ground!