Lindsey and Spencer met while she was serving her mission in California! Lindsey loved the Segal family while she was serving, and Spencer remembers thinking how pretty she was, but Lindsey had NO idea until over 2 years later! Spencer left to go on his mission, and they didn’t reconnect until they were both home and they ran into each other in Logan, Utah. Is that a crazy coincidence, or what? These two are going to do some absolutely amazing things, and I feel so honored that I got to be a part of their wedding day!
In case you missed it-their Ashton Gardens bridal session is also on the blog, here.
Lindsey planned everything perfectly, down to the tiny details. The florist, Marianne (@bushelandapeckfloral) created perfect pastel tones that tied it all together, from the fruit tower to the greenery on the chandeliers. WARNING: You may not be able to stop staring at the cake, and don’t even get me started on the Loggia tenting.
Now that you’ve seen the details, just WAIT for this ceremony setup. The ceremony site at the Loggia is absolutely stunning! Surrounded by rose arbors and an aisle lined with sculpted greenery, the guests watched as Lindsey and Spencer tied the in front of a gorgeous centerpiece with the most beautiful florals. I mean, COME ON.
*insert crying heart eye emoji here*
After the ceremony, we moved over to Ashton Gardens to enjoy the AC during lunch. Lindsey and Spencer chose to incorporate speeches by family and friends during lunch, and it was so special. It is such a great way for your guests to get to know more about you and your relationship! We headed back to the Loggia, which had been perfectly flipped and prepared for the reception. My favorite part about the Loggia is BY FAR the classic scenery. I can’t recommend it highly enough for couples who want a classic, luxury venue. There is truly nothing outdoors like this in Utah.
Lindsey serenaded Spencer with a song before their first dance, and it was SO romantic, then danced all night with her mama and bridesmaids. Talk about a dream wedding!