Winter Destination Wedding with Candlelit Ceremony

Feb 26 2014

We have another intimate style winter destination wedding for you today–this time at the impressive Empire Canyon Lodge of Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah. Elizabeth and Jordan had an exquisite evening wedding with a candlelit ceremony. Warm and romantic, their candle and flower-strewn aisle led to a rustic birch arbor in which to say “I Do”.  Elizabeth wore a raw silk, modified trumpet gown with a chapel train that featured hand-made flowers along the bottom edge. The guys were in black tuxedos and the ladies in floor length black gowns.

Such ambiance! From this beautiful place to the warm glows, hot toddy bar and a pup named “Bella”, we simply adore this elegant, romantic, destination wedding!  Enjoy…

Bride and Groom photo outside at their winter destination wedding at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah

Winter destination wedding at Deer valley Ski Resort in Park City, Utah

Bound with a brooch, Elizabeth carried a beautiful bouquet of ivory peonies, ranunculus, anemone, antique champagne garden roses, and ivory parrot tulips while her gals carried smaller versions with bronze accents.

Winter destination wedding bouquet

bridesmaid bouquets in winter wedding

Meet “Bella” Elizabeth and Jordan’s malte poo. Bella was one of 80 guests at this beautiful destination wedding.  Isn’t she cute!?

malte poo pup named, Bella at winter destination wedding

Groomsmen in black tuxes at winter destination wedding at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah

Groomsmen at Empire Canyon Lodge of Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah

candlelit aisle in destination winter wedding evening ceremony

Candlelit wedding ceremony in winter destination wedding in Park City, Utah

Walking down a candlelit aisle in winter destination wedding in Park City, Utah

Bride and Groom dancing outside at their winter destination wedding in Park City, Utah

bride in fur stole at winter destination wedding

Bridesmaids in green pashminas in winter destination wedding at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah

Winter destinaion wedding reception at Deer valley Resort in Park City, Utah

Winter destination wedding reception table setting. Park City, Utah

wedding bar sign

winter wedding signage

Wedding cake and Groom's cake tables

brides crystal and floral applique belt

The bridal cake was a three-tier Italian Cream Cake that featured fanciful birds for their topper and trailing floral rosettes {similar to  the appliques on Elizabeth’s dress}. The groom’s cake mimicked Jordan’s love of: Reese’s peanut butter cups, Auburn {his alma mater} and his white pick-up truck and trademark cowboy boots. So fun!

grooms cake and wedding cake

father daughter dance

band winter destination ski resort wedding reception

wedding rings hanging from a snowflake

Bride and Groom leaving their destination wedding reception

Wedding send-off at winter destination wedding at Deer Valley Ski Resort in Park City, Utah

Horse drawn sleigh in winter destination wedding at Deer Valley Ski Resort in Park City, Utah

Congratulations Jordan and Elizabeth! Thanks for sharing your sweet destination wedding with us!

Credits

Photographer:  Pepper Nix Photography
Event Planner: Soirée Productions LLC
Floral Designer: artisan bloom
Dress Designer: Badgley Mischka
Dress Store: Heidi Elnora
Musicians:Michael Lucarelli – Classical Guitarist
Cake Designer: Snow Park Bakery
Event Planner: Soiree Productions
Band:Soul Sensations
Band: Utah Live Bands
Reception Venue: Deer Valley Resort
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