This cultural wedding at Rivers Bottom Ranch was a fairytale wedding full of light, romance, and designer elements. If you haven’t heard of this wedding venue, it’s in in Midway, Utah, and is the stuff that exquisite wedding visions are made of. There’s lots of gorgeous wedding venues in Midway, but Rivers Bottom Ranch is likely the most exquisite. I am also proud to say that I am a Preferred Photographer and Videographer at Rivers Bottom Ranch. I am knowledgeable about the venue, have worked here a lot of times, and am a trusted partner.

What made this Rivers Bottom Ranch Wedding special

As a multicultural celebration of love, it is always beautiful when my couples incorporate things from their cultural backgrounds. The bride wanted to incorporate her Chinese heritage into her wedding so wore three different dresses throughout the day, including her Qipao. Qipao’s are bright red and an important part of Chinese traditional weddings. The color red symbolizes good fortune, wealth, and prosperity. The bride also wanted to incorporate high end vibes into her wedding so had chanel accessories, shoes and other elevated elements

The design inspiration of this wedding

The brother/sister duo is back! The event planner was my sister, Britt Warnick and she did an exquisite job behind the planning. She went with a subtle black and white theme that was accentuated by Chinese accents like the chopsticks and lush greenery lining the staircase. There were many fine art elements in the wedding, which works perfectly with my bright and airy style. The couple opted to have an orchestra to bring some classical elements into their wedding. I love when my couples bring in things important to them. And of course, fine-art weddings fit my style really well too. I opted to do a lot of fine-art styling to play up the overall theme of the wedding including scattered bridal party shots on the staircase. It was perfect and I’m really happy with this wedding. I can’t wait until I’m back at Rivers Bottom Ranch for another wedding, too.

Wedding Planning and Design: Britt Warnick Designs