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Wintery Fall Wedding at Wadley Farms

Kristina Curtis Photography

This adorable bride and groom were best friends for two years before they decided to give dating a try, and it was obviously meant to be. Mike proposed to Laurel on a dock at Malibu Lake in California at sunset. Their wedding was just as romantic. The reception at Wadley Farms in Linden, Utah was decorated with red, orange and purple florals and fall decor with fresh fallen snow as bonus feature! Don't miss any of the breathtaking detail from this wintery fall wedding by viewing the full gallery here, all beautifully captured by Kristina Curtis Photography.

orange and brown wedding invite by Polka Dot & Daisies

wedding dress from David's Bridal

winter bridal looks

red, orange and purple wedding bouquets by Calie Rose Floral & Event Design

From Kristina Curtis Photography:We adored the bridal party attire {especially the pockets in all the dresses}, the bridesmaids and brides shoes, Wadley Farms as their chosen venue to celebrate with their guests {one of our all-time favorite rustic wedding venues}, and just about everything else! All the flowers are designed in a lush fall color palette of butterscotches, oranges, reds, plums, beiges, and browns.  And I must say, the snow had such a beautiful effect on this fall wedding!

Calie Rose Floral & Event Design used plum seeded eucalyptus, plum artichokes, smoke bush, hanging red amaranthus, safari sunset, kangaroo paws, orange amaryllis, mango mini calla lilies, bicolor roses, spray roses, three varieties of orchids, ranunculus, dahlias, pin cushion protea, chocolate cosmos, scabiosa pods and twigs to create these amazing bouquets!

red, orange and purple bridesmaid bouquet by Calie Rose Floral & Event Design

winter bridesmaid ideas

classy groom looks from Perfectly Suited by Garth

winter groomsmen looks from H&M

orange, red and purple bridal bouquet by Calie Rose Floral & Event Design

From the Bride:Honestly, I had the whole day pretty planned out. The only thing I would recommend to brides who are planning their weddings in the winter, in a place where the weather could possible effect your day, consider pictures before the day of the wedding. Although I was so against foregoing the traditional "see the bride only on the wedding day" I kind of wish I maybe did a round of pictures before the wedding day at the place of the ceremony.

wedding ceremony venue

writing in snow

winter wedding ceremony at Seven Springs Mountain Resort

On the Venue: Wadley Farms was originally constructed in 1869 and sits atop 20 acres of lush gardens, beautiful vineyards, and fragrant orchards. Wadley Farms is also conveniently located in Utah County, at the base of the breathtaking Mount Timpanogos and only five miles north of Provo, 20 miles south of Salt Lake City. Its pastoral landscapes are the perfect backdrop for festive days spilling into evenings, filled with romance and a fairy tale like setting.

wedding reception at Wadley Farms

Wadley Farms

guestbook table ideas

rustic floral decor ideas

The fabulous burlap centerpieces were constructed by the brides brother-in-law, each with its own unique stamp. The bride and groom created the rest of the centerpieces using lace, burlap and twine to decorate mason jars that sat on rustic wooden bases. The centerpieces were filled with gorgeous flowers which gave the tablescapes the perfect pop of color!

orange and purple floral arrangements by Calie Rose Floral & Event Design

rustic fall table decorations

burlap decoration ideas

fall wedding cake by Carrie's Cakes

wedding exit

Read on to see how much this wintery fall wedding cost. Please note that costs change as the years go by, and prices are subject to change. This is just one couple’s breakdown to give you a rough estimate on how much a wedding like this may cost you.

I did have a budget before I started planning my wedding. And at the end of it all I only went over by a little. The key to planning my wedding budget was to think where I wanted to spend the bulk of my money — what aspects were most important to me and which vendors I just NEEDED to have. My priorities were 1) My photographer and 2) My Flowers. These two things I didn't settle for anything less then what I wanted, and let me tell you, my Pictures and my Flowers were the most amazing part of my wedding day.
Photographer: $2,800
Florist: $2,500
Dress: $800
Reception Venue: $2,250
Caterer: $4,000
Cake: $600
DJ: $350
Bridesmaids complete outfits: $1,000
Make up: $100

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