Becca and Jack chose to hold a destination wedding in Utah complete with a weekend spent in Park City and an unforgettable celebration at the Utah Natural History Museum.
Their guests started out their weekend in Park City with an intimate dinner followed by night of welcome drinks at the Susan Swartz art gallery in Park City. This modern space was the perfect precursor to their modern museum celebration the next day. Over the weekend, the bridal party rented out the Washington School House Hotel - a gorgeous space in the heart of Park City. They enjoyed breakfast, hair and makeup, and a weekend of being together in this space.
The actual wedding day took place at the Utah Natural History museum. The space itself is incredibly modern so to balance that, we opted to bring in some of Becca's heritage with blue and white chinoiserie print, and a touch of bright fun to echo Becca and Jack's fun personalities. The ceremony was rows upon rows of ghost chairs to achieve the modern look. The circular ceremony arch was minimally adorned with blush, pink, and mauve modern blooms and flanked by two chinoiserie potted arrangements. Becca walked down the aisle to an epic quartet rendition of Taylor Swift's Enchanted - their all-time favorite artist.
Becca wore a chic modern Jenny Yoo dress and her bridesmaids wore similarly modern and chic powder blue dresses. These minimal designed paired perfectly with their organic, garden inspired spring florals. The florals included mint, garden roses, orchids, and spring ranunculus. The groomsmen wore sharp black tuxes - the perfect look for the modern space!
Post ceremony, the guests enjoyed drinks and hors d'oeuvres on the terrace before making their way through the museums incredible galleries. Talk about Night at the Museum!
Guests were welcomed into the reception and dining space and were instructed to find their name on the large acrylic name card chart - designed to be perfectly modern to fit the space. The reception decor was a mix of the brides minimal, modern aesthetic with gorgeous touches of spring. The tables were adorned in all white linens and paired with ghost chairs. A white gauze runner went down the center of the table to give added texture. The long tables were topped with tall cherry blossom arrangements and small blue and white chinoiserie votives. The round tables were topped with chinoiserie vases and Glossier inspired mod flowers. Each guest was gifted custom engraved chop sticks to take home after they enjoyed their Chinese fusion dinner. The menu and name cards featured water color drawings from the bride's father.
The guests enjoyed a lovely dinner and speeches before heading to the dance floor where they were entertained by a live 10 piece party band. The night featured feather boas, light up glasses, and champagne galore.
Overall, the event perfectly fit this chic New York City couple's style and their fun personality!