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A Copper Moose Farm Wedding in Park City, Utah

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Lindsay & Ryan in Park City, Utah
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The homegrown feel of the wedding came from the charming DIY elements sprinkled throughout, like this hand-painted sign.
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Kale and artichoke mingled with scabiosa pods and budding tulips in the bridal bouquet.
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Bridesmaids wore blue V-neck dresses and carried bouquets of sunflowers, kale and scabiosa pods.
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The rustic ceremony aisle was lined with lavender pots and the centerpiece was a floral ceremony arch filled with sunflowers and lavender.
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The ceremony arch was a framed pergola lined with an arrangement of sunflowers and lavender.
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As guests watched Lindsay and Ryan wed, they had a beautiful view of mountains in the distance.
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After the ceremony, the bride, groom and wedding party snapped a few energetic pictures.
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The reception dinner was held in a tented space, surrounded by sunflowers and daisies.
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Sunflower and lavender floral arrangements lined the rustic wooden farm tables at the reception.
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Place cards were tied around each guest's wine glass at the reception dinner.
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Artichokes, sunflowers, scabiosas and hydrangeas made for artful centerpieces during cocktail hour.
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A simple white, round wedding cake was topped with a green succulent plant.
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Guests ate family-style at long farm tables beneath an impressive tent with hanging lanterns.

Lindsay & Ryan in Park City, Utah

Since Lindsay and Ryan's Park City, Utah wedding took place at Copper Moose Farm, it stands to reason that the decorative details and the reception meal would feature delicious, ripe produce. Leafy kale and purple artichokes were prominent features in the bouquets and centerpieces, while sunflowers were the focus of the ceremony arch.
- Rachel Torgerson
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