If you are looking for a beautiful and brand new Venue in Utah, you have come to the right place. Clearfield, Utah has remodeled a bar into a wedding day dream, and Jessie and Dallin Photography were some of the very first through the sparkling new entrance, and their classic navy and gold wedding inspiration showed the space off in immaculate fashion!
Seriously you are going to want to keep scrolling for the wedding cake alone! It is a masterpiece in white frosting! You can see it and even more of this lovely day in the full gallery.
Talia is a new venue in Clearfield, Utah that has been remodeled from an old golf-themed bar that went out of business. It has been renovated and has a classic elegant aesthetic. With a vintage bar, staircase, stained glass windows, and pergolas, this building blossomed into a new venue that everyone is excited about. With Talia in mind, this was the main theme for the vendors in this shoot, to make something elegant and classic. The models for this shoot have been married for 5 years, and this felt so much like a vowel renewal that the bride’s mother wanted to come and watch a portion of the shoot!
The cake made by Marcia at Sweet Cravings was the Sistine Chapel of cakes. The small, intricate details on every turn were magnificent! There were flowers, butterflies, and even a handmade bird in its perch all made out of fondant. It made us feel a little guilty cutting it… until we tasted the Snickers cake! Because the cake was so huge, Marcia (the cake artist) had to be creative and use a wall clock as a cake stand.
The colors used for this shoot were gold and navy. We used gold flatware, geometric table décor, gold candlesticks, and handmade wooden signs from The Shabby Chic Sisters to fit this theme. The muted colors on the roses and flowers made by Botanical Eden stood tall framing the table setting. After photographing them, we made fast work of the roses by taking the petals off and re-purposing them for our rose petal toss.
Lastly, Staghead Designs handcrafts all of their rings. They re-purpose everything from whiskey barrels, and surfboards, to antlers for their rings, and love to try out new ideas. These rings were made out of black zirconium for the men’s band, and a Morganite oval diamond with rose gold was used for the women’s ring.