“Yellow is so underused in wedding flowers, and it’s such a shame!” says Ashley Beyer of Tinge. We couldn’t agree more; the sunny hue is cheerful and optimistic, and it represents friendship and loyalty—a fitting wedding hue. Beyer chose yellow as her own floral palette when she tied the knot with her husband, Curtis. She rekindled her love affair with yellow to create this bouquet and coordinating arrangement (pictured above and below). She kept the palette muted and sophisticated by using buttery shades and earthy, mustard tones rather than saturated, primary ones. She also incorporated white blooms with yellow centers for a pop of color and interest.

Nouvelle Amsale dress with hand-appliquéd lace bodice, $2,290, Bitsy Bridal. Sethi yellow gold diamond rings, $1,590-$3,960, O.C. Tanner Jewelers.

Clockwise from top left: Plates by Rina Menardi, Glass House. Monica Rich Kosann yellow gold sapphire star necklace, O.C. Tanner Jewelers. Smith + Cult Nail Polish, C Two by Cake. A L’Olivier extra virgin olive oil, Caputo’s. Vintage stamps, VerdeStudio on Etsy. Rahaminov diamond engagement ring, O.C. Tanner JewelersVelvet ring box, The Mrs. Box. Passionfruit vanilla bean gelato, 3 Cups Coffee. Ribbon, Rachael Ellen Events. Sethi yellow gold diamond rings, O.C. Tanner Jewelers. Tie, Waltman Co. Bella Notte fabrics, Denton Home. Macaron buttons, Les MadeleinesHerbivore Botanicals Jasmine Body Oil, The Land of Salt. Byredo La Tulipe perfume, C Two by Cake. Carrot cake caramels, Maison Boutique.


Call it blush, pale, or millennial pink—the color is popular for modern celebrations, and for good reason: the hue imbues a sense of style, grace, and romance. Pamelyn Covey of Sage Floral used subtle pink and cream tones to create this spring-like bouquet and arrangement. Taking advantage of nature’s bounty, she plucked some of the blooms straight from her own garden; the stems include flowering crab apple branches, bare magnolia branches, tulips, ranunculus, anemone clematis vine, garden roses, lilac, astilbe, and sweet pea. “I wanted the arrangement to look like a little garden patch that was bursting with new life,” she says. “Flowering clematis vines wrap around budding magnolia branches, tulips tumble over the vessel’s edge, and ranunculus reach up to catch the last rays of sunshine.”

Jean and Jewel crêpe gown with sheer lace bodice and hand-appliquéd Alençon lace floral detail, $4,150, Alta Moda Bridal Boutique. Pomellato Nudo diamond earrings, $8,550, O.C. Tanner Jewelers.

Clockwise from top left: Sandal, Katie Waltman Boutique. Surratt blush and eye shadow, C Two by Cake. Ribbon, Rachael Ellen Events. Tie, Waltman Co. Invitation, Tabula Rasa Social Stationers. Tocca hand lotion, Maison Boutique. Rina Menardi plates and bowl, Glass House. Chocolatier Blue heart chocolates, Caputo’s. Deborah Lippmann nail polishes, Splendor Beauty Emporium. Herbivore Botanicals Coco Rose Body Polish, The Land of Salt. Sethi rose gold diamond ring and William Goldberg rose gold diamond engagement ring, both O.C. Tanner JewelersVelvet ring boxes, The Mrs. Box. Necklace, Katie Waltman BoutiqueSolstice chocolate bar, Caputo’s. Notebook, Maison BoutiqueVintage stamps, VerdeStudio on Etsy. Bella Notte fabrics, Denton Home. Lollia perfume, Splendor Beauty Emporium. Herbivore Botanicals Pink Clay Soap, The Land of Salt. Amaretto-flavored gelato, Dolcetti Gelato. Rings, The Land of Salt.


Bold, warm colors such as coral are associated with energy, vivacity, passion, and optimism. Usher these same qualities into your marriage by incorporating coral tones throughout your big day. Jessica St. Thomas of St. Thomas Floral Design chose a coral palette as the inspiration for this sophisticated bouquet and arrangement. “I wanted to stay  within the palette as much as possible while exploring different options and hues through texture,” she explains. “I chose blooms with double petals, different shapes, and unique centers.” Those stems include coral charm peonies; light peach sweet peas; Juliet garden roses; hyacinth; ranunculus; nandina; parrot tulips; double tulips and lisianthus; and burnt sienna dogwood and heuchera leaves (also known as coral bells).

Anne Barge Guipure lace gown with net racer neckline and trumpet skirt, $2,090, Alta Moda Bridal Boutique. Pomellato white diamond drop earrings, $7,600, O.C. Tanner Jewelers.

Clockwise from top left: Tie, Waltman Co. Damn Handsome Shave Cream, Maison Boutique. RMS Lip2Cheek, Splendor Beauty Emporium. Copper flask, Maison Boutique. Vintage stamps, VerdeStudio on Etsy. Herbivore Botanicals Calm Bath Salts, The Land of Salt. Necklace, Katie Waltman Boutique. Table number, Ann Elizabeth Print Studio. Ilia lipstick, C Two by Cake. Tocca hand lotion, Maison Boutique. Rina Menardi plates, Glass House. Solstice chocolate brownie, Amour Café. Rose gold fork, Diamond Rental. Bella Figure save the date, the Write Image. Sandal, Katie Waltman BoutiqueRibbon, Rachael Ellen Events. Ritual Chocolate, Caputo’sRaspberry macaron, Coffee Garden. Panier des Sens rose geranium perfume, Tabula Rasa Social Stationers. Sethi rose gold diamond ring, O.C. Tanner Jewelers. Velvet ring box, The Mrs. Box.


Lavender represents enchantment, while purple represents royalty—what better colors to create a magical wedding day? Kati Wagner of Tulips & Thyme employed the power of purple and a variety of seasonal stems to create this elegant, lilac-hued bouquet and arrangement. Her regal ingredients include picotee hellebores, clematis, bicolor columbine, sweet pea, dusty miller, garden roses, and Dutch double tulips. “These serene, ultra-femme hues can be paired with crisp whites for a modernized look, gold for a formal fête, or wood and clay vessels for an earthy feel, perfect for rustic and outdoor soirées,” says Wagner. “Lilac can also be an ideal addition to a neutral palette for a refreshing alternative to blush.”

Elizabeth Dye gown with venise lace bodice, raised waistband, double straps, and tulle layers over a fitted trumpet skirt, $1,850, Harlow Brides.

Clockwise from top left: Ribbon, Rachael Ellen Events. Ritual Chocolate, Caputo’s. Geometric dish, The Land of Salt. Tocca perfume, Maison Boutique. MOR macaron lip balm, Tabula Rasa Social StationersLalicious hand lotion, Splendor Beauty EmporiumVintage stamps, VerdeStudio on Etsy. Leone candy, Tabula Rasa Social Stationers. Bracelets, Katie Waltman BoutiqueRina Menardi plates, Glass House. Lavender macarons, Whole Foods. Belle Notte fabrics, Denton Home. Sethi gray diamond wrap necklace, O.C. Tanner Jewelers. Velvet ring box, The Mrs. Box. Pomellato rose gold purple stone ring, O.C. Tanner Jewelers. Bow tie, Beckett & Robb. Invitation and Capt. Fawcett’s mustache wax, both Tabula Rasa Social Stationers. Smith + Cult nail polish, C Two by Cake. Marvis toothpaste, Tabula Rasa Social Stationers. Velvet ring box, The Mrs. Box. Pomellato rose gold white topaz ring, O.C. Tanner Jewelers.


Located at the top of Main Street in Park City, the newly renovated Imperial House occupies the former historic building of the Imperial Hotel. The luxe retreat operates as a boutique hotel and private event space, perfect for intimate engagement parties, rehearsal dinners, and bridal showers. The chic, modern digs feature four bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, full kitchen, spacious dining and living rooms, and a balcony overlooking Main Street. Tucked beneath Imperial House is Riverhorse Provisions, a gourmet market and cozy breakfast/lunch nook. And just down the street is Riverhorse on Main—the lauded restaurant can cater parties at Imperial House, or it can be rented for a reception in tandem with a stay at Imperial House.

Model: Tiffany Pliler

Makeup: Anya Zeitlin

Hair: Vince Abram