New York chic meets farmhouse beauty.
From the gorgeous mind of Mandy at The Potted Pansy, today’s inspiration is a storybook romance.
“It’s the farm girl, simple at heart but itching for more,” Mandy says. “She moved to New York, and learned there was more out there. She loved the style, the glam, the fashion. But ‘more’ got too busy — and it never did did find her the man of her dreams. He was right there, where she had left him; waiting for her to realize it. This man; who pulled her back to the farm and back to what was really important. The hand kneaded bread. The laughter around the table of cheese and fresh eggs. Actually noticing the steam coming from the teapot. Seeing him. Soaking him in. And bringing all that they are together to this special wedding day. The twigs and dirt from the farm. The lush flowers she has learned to love. The gown of her dreams. And the wedding in the barn. New York is still a part of who she is. But now she’s a farm girl with a heart of gold and a style like no other.”
Can somebody made this into a Hallmark movie, please? We would watch this on REPEAT.
But before we get our movie, take a scroll through the images below. These vendors are impeccable. The Potted Pansy’s flowers are somehow both comforting and luxurious. The photography by Eden Strader is mind blowing. The catering and venue of Knot & Pine are both earthy and divine. The cake by Flour & Flourish is delectable decadence. The Galia Lahav gown from Alta Moda Bridal is unforgettable (those sleeves!). The styling by Marisa Rose and Amy van Biljon is dramatic and effervescent. And the teaser film by Emily Evans gives us a taste of the movie we so crave.
It’s a beautiful day on UtahValleyBride.com. Join us, won’t you?
Floral, Concept, Design + Styling The Potted Pansy (a #UVBvendor!)
Photography Eden Strader Photography
Venue + Food Knot & Pine (a #UVBvendor!)
Cake Flour & Flourish (a #UVBvendor!)
Gown Alta Moda Bridal
Designer Galia Lahav
Videography Emily Evans Video
Hair Amy van Biljon
Makeup Marisa Rose
Ribbon Honey Silks Co.