Lyric and Lincoln had a beautiful Utah mountain wedding at Millcreek Inn. “My husband and I spend a lot of time in the mountains together and we couldn’t think of a more perfect place to get married!” says Lyric. These two had their first date at Snowbird Ski Resort and Lincoln proposed a year before their wedding in a hot air balloon in Colorado during the Aspen Jazz Festival. The weather surprised them on the morning of their wedding day with a misty veil over the mountains, but it ended up making their day even more beautiful! Lyric carried a bouquet of white dahlia’s and dusty miller and her three bridesmaids carried lavender wrapped in burlap. Rustic details ran throughout the wedding with wildflower centerpieces in mismatched jars, and a thumbprint tree guestbook. Read below for more about their big day, captured by Logan Walker Photography!
From the Bride…
We decided it would be best to do a first look before the ceremony! While it is always a girls dream to be seen by the groom for the first time walking down the aisle, it just isn’t practical. Having first look photos allowed us to capture an extremely intimate moment on camera. It was also great to have ALOT of extra time to take all the photos of the day that we wanted! We also got to spend more of our wedding day together and honestly what could be better than that!
Where did you get the inspiration for your color palette and design?
Pinterest! Every girl loves Pinterest! My color palette went through a lot of transitions but we finally decided on white, light grey and soft lavender. We thought that these colors would be a great contrast to the green trees in the mountains and they also matched our theme of Timeless yet Modern.
Old: Grandmothers Hair Clip
New: My Shoes
Borrowed: My mom’s garter
Blue: My jewelry glistened blue
What you would have done differently, if anything:
Not worried about the weather b/c in the end there was nothing I could do about it and it made my wedding even more special.
Your favorite moment of the day?
All of it! But if I had to choose, it would be walking down the aisle looking at the man I am going to spend the rest of my life with!
What is your advice to other brides?
Plan your transitions! This was a time of stress for everyone. Delegate who is going to carry what and who is in charge of driving certain cars ext. Trying to figure all of this out in a matter of minutes to stay on schedule is stressful but avoidable if you take the time to plan it out! For mountain brides specifically: Plan for changing weather and have a rain plan set in place that you will be happy with! This is something that I ended up doing only 2 days before the wedding and I wish I would have set it up prior to the big day!
Photographer: Logan Walker Photography / Venue+ Catering: Millcreek Inn / Bridal salon: Little White Dress / Shoes: Joan & David / Ring designer: Shane Co. / Jewelry: Garnet Gecko / Bridesmaids dresses: RENZRAGS San Diego / Men’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse + Tommy Hilfiger / Band or Musicians: Craig Chambers / Officiant: Craig Gordon / Cake Designer: cakes de fleur / Floral Artist: Kim (Independent Floral Artist) / Invitations: Designed by the bride