Wedding Venues in Salt Lake City | Garden Reception at Le Jardin | Utah
When sifting through and considering all the wedding venues in Salt Lake City, this garden reception at Le Jardin is sure to make you stop and smile. The sunny yellows and baby blues were absolutely perfect for a spring wedding in the indoor gardens and greenhouses of our beautiful Utah reception center.
Wedding Venues in Salt Lake City | Le Jardin
Nikki & Aaron were married in the Payson LDS Temple and chose to have their beautiful garden reception here at Le Jardin. We love when brides come take a tour and absolutely fall in love. There are so many unique wedding venues in Salt Lake City and the surrounding area, but we know we truly have something special here.
We love the delicate lace on Nikki and Aaron’s wedding cake. So subtle and intricate, and the fresh flowers compliment instead of overpower the beautiful simplicity of the cake itself. We adore those yellow rosebuds.
One of the great things about Le Jardin is that the venue is already naturally decorated, with gazebos, twinkle lights, and flora and fauna from corner to corner. We love how Nikki and Aaron embraced the already naturally beautiful décor and opted for simple centerpieces that blended instead of distracted from the garden setting.
The baby blue of the flowers and lace accents was carried through to the darling bridesmaid dresses of Nikki’s friends and family.
Don’t miss the giant lighted LOVE letters and the adorable ring bearer and flower girl cutting a rug!
We hope you enjoy perusing this beautiful photos by Mary Jessica Photography from Nikki and Aaron’s spring wedding at Le Jardin. As you narrow down your wedding location out of the dozens of wedding venues in Salt Lake City, we hope you will give us a call for a tour so you can experience all Le Jardin has to offer, from our two indoor garden buildings to the beautiful Chateau courtyard and gazebo. We would love to work with you to make your wedding day the type of event dreams are made of! Contact us for a tour today!