Darcy and Kevin are some of the warmest and most down to earth people I have ever met. So sincere and kind… a perfect match. Their main concern with their reception was to make it a grand celebration and party dedicated to the people they love who have had the greatest impact on them. They nailed it. It was such a warm environment with lots of laughter, smiles, hugs, and tears. Not to mention the homemade breads, jams, peach cobbler, root beer floats and the fresh berries and fruits that added the perfect pop of color. Yard games, petting ponies, and riding the train were all soon discovered by children and adults alike. And when they were finished with those things, they were sure to find a table of loved ones awaiting their company, after, of course, they dished up a second helping of peach cobbler and ice cream. A special thank you to Keala Jarvis for shooting their wedding day which ended up being the day after their reception. I’m so happy for Darcy and Kevin, and I wish them all the best.
Darcy and Kevin chose to donate to the Mechanized Borehole Project in Ghana. Thank you for loving the world!
Darcy and Kevin had great things to say about these wedding vendors:
“Sarah and Magred at This is the Place Heritage Park helped us immeasurably. We loved the Brigham Young Farmhouse for our party.”
“We were ecstatic with our invitations from The Write Image. We had so many compliments on them.”
“Fantasy Bridal helped me with my dress. The staff there was lovely.”
“We absolutely loved the flowers Christian at Firehouse Floral and Gifts created for us.”
“We worked with Teresa Okada at 801-641-9308 for our delicious homemade bread, root beer and peach cobbler.”