Intimate Salt Lake City Wedding
Bride Tracie described her vision for her wedding day as “vintage elegance.” All you need is one quick glance at these photos from Allison Cox, and it’s abundantly clear she achieved this vision — along with some key assistance from three sisters and a highly talented mother. We absolutely adore the simplicity of Tracie’s pink and yellow bouquet! Don’t miss the rest of the images in the gallery.
From the bride, Tracie: I am a huge fan of all things vintage so I knew that is what I wanted our wedding day to feel like. Luckily I have three sisters and a mom who all have great taste, so it was easy to get good input. I wanted it to feel vintage, but also be very clean and elegant.
Our wedding was very clean, charming, and of course, vintage! I stuck with ivory, black, grey and different hues of pink to get the overall feel we wanted. Not only do my mom and sisters have great input, but they are also very talented. My sister designed our invites from random floral images I liked. She also painted our cake toppers from a blank set of Russian dolls that I bought at Hobby Lobby. And my mom was sweet enough to make our wedding cake! I couldn’t have done it without them.
Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? Start early! I was able to enjoy our day a lot more and I didn’t feel so rushed. I would also recommend having it catered. We didn’t have to worry about anything. It was so nice for my husband and I and our families to enjoy the whole day together. Plus they clean everything up!
Allison Cox, and it’s abundantly clear she achieved this vision — along with some key assistance from three sisters and a highly talented mother. We absolutely adore the simplicity of Tracie’s pink and yellow bouquet! Don’t miss the rest of the images in the View more images from this wedding
Truth is, Casey and I don’t dance! I am actually terrible. So we didn’t have a first dance. We just enjoyed some of our favorite songs throughout the reception.
Some of our favorites are,
“Lovers’ Carvings” By: Bibio
“Two Doors Down” By: Mystery Jets
“Wouldn’t it be nice” By: The Beach Boys
“September” By: Earth, Wind and Fire
“Flakes” By: Mystery Jets
“You Make My Dreams Come True” By: Hall & Oates
Wedding Vendors (Salt Lake City, UT):
Ceremony venue: Salt Lake Temple / Reception venue and catering: Eldredge Manor, Bountiful, Utah / Wedding photographer: Allison Cox / Wedding flowers: Willow and Wildflowers / Wedding dress and headband: The Perfect Dress / Wedding shoes: Anthropologie / Wedding invitations: done by bride’s sister
Oh my…her dress is so frilly & cute!
I love her dress!
Beautiful! I love the dress, the bouquet, so perfect. But I don’t understand how it’s physically possibly not to dance to “You Make My Dreams Come True.” 🙂
Hats off to Tracie!
“wanted it to feel vintage, but also be very clean and elegant.”
I think this is very important. So many times when you turn to vintage things start looking musty drab & dusty… clean & elegant is my kind of vintage.
~ I also adore her flowers !
her gown and blue shoes are oh so perfect and sweet!
Beautiful! And so lovely to see a Temple wedding! You don’t often see them on the big wedding blogs! Wonderful!
Her dress is beautiful, vintage, but with a modern twist, and modest all at once- perfect!
The russian dolls on the cake- so original. Never seen that! The hobby lobby part made me crack up! LOL
Love that the cake was handmade, and you’d never know. It looks so chic!
What a sweet wedding. The guys’ ties have definitely been something to talk about lately and this groom is no different.
How neat to see a Temple wedding on a blog. This bride is definitely proof that “modest” dresses don’t have to be frumpy. She looks so cute!
I adored her dress! I am looking for one similar! Can you share where you found it?