Taking place in the heart of Park City, Utah, this styled photoshoot featured inspiration for a gay wedding overflowing with chic city vibes and whimsical aesthetics. Led by an experienced destination wedding photographer and wedding planner, the team of creative inclusive wedding vendors created a vintage-inspired shoot complete with custom invitation suites, charcuterie spreads and minimalist tablescapes.

An invitation suite of raw parchment on a gray background. There are two gold wedding bands and two small florals adorning the four invitation paper goods.

A close-up on a tablescape of white and pink flroals and blue cloth. There is a gold candle and clear glasses.

Two white grooms with dark hair and gray suits stand on a city street in Park City.

A black-and-white photo of two white grooms kissing next to a vintage car.

A reception table is set up in an industrial restaurant space, with black metal chairs and a large floral arch behind it.

The model grooms are real-life husbands Jeffrey (he/him) and Andrew (he/him), who were married a few years prior in a similarly intimate wedding. The couple wore gray suits with matching boutonnieres that tied in the floral design of the rest of the shoot. Three groomsmaids joined the husbands for the event, each dressed in a different shade of blue and carrying a nosegay matching the flowers in the grooms’ boutonnieres.

A white groom in a gray suit with small boutonniere stands with hands in pockets.

A white groom with a blue tie stands with one hand on his lapel and one in his pocket.

Two white grooms in gray suits sit in a large ivory velvet chair with a whimsical floral adornment that looks similar to feathers.

The groomsmaids of various ethnicities stand, all dressed in shades of blue and holding a variety of whimsical nosegay bouquets.

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For flowers, the team used baby roses, ruffled parrot tulips and furry bunny tails (an ornamental grass). To round out the chic aesthetic of the floral design, the rest of the event intentionally played with shapes, using a geometric wedding cake and copper geometric chargers. This, in contrast with the blue vintage car that the grooms posed with outside, created a styled shoot that feels full of personality and is sure to inspire your chic and whimsical gay wedding. The Equally Wed heart is a trademark of Palladino Publishing, LLC.

Two white grooms stand in front of a restaurant wall and exchange vows, smiling.

Two white grooms kiss under a whimsical floral altar, with three groomsmaids in blue dresses standing alongside them.

A place setting with white florals and gray-green elements. There is bronze silverware and a small place card on the center of the plate.

Two champagne flutes clink together in cheers.

A geometric cake with light green and ivory elements.

A black-and-white photo of two grooms sitting at their reception table. One is talking in the other's ear. The other is smiling.

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Photographer: Megan Robinson Photography
Planner: Michelle Leo Events
Venue, Catering and Bar Service: Lake Effect
Floral Designer: Decoration Inc.
Paper Goods: Wells Makery
Suits: Beckett & Robb
Hair and Makeup: Kristen Packard Artistry
Jewelry: Diamonds Direct
Cake: cake. by Alessandra
Vintage Car: Something Vintage Something Blue
Rentals: All Out Event & Rental

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