Utah Multicultural Wedding - Irina and Ryan (2)

Irina and Ryan managed to plan their entire Utah wedding long-distance while living in Canada. For any bride in a similar situation, you know that you really need to trust your wedding vendors since you can't always meet them in person.

From the bride: "It wasn't an easy task trying to plan a wedding from so far away, but the internet makes things so doable these days! Ryan and I made mutual decisions on most things, which was really good, and I didn't feel like I had to plan the whole thing alone, what with my family not living close to me."

While many of you will be traveling to India to shop for your trousseau, some of you are placing your faith in your mothers or other relatives to shop for your wedding attire and jewelry. Irina did just that when trusting her parents to select the clothing and jewelry for her bridal wear and for the wedding gifts, much of it from Kolkata, India.

Our beautiful bride married her groom in an outdoor wedding ceremony at the Memorial House in Utah and Opie Foto was there to capture every detail!














We'll be back tomorrow with their reception, and some DIY centerpieces I am loving!

Wedding Professionals: Photography - Opie Foto / Venue - Memorial House / Catering - Utah Food Services / Cake - Wedding Cakes by Dawna / Entertainment - DJ Moazzem of Emkay International / Hair and Makeup - Janae at Lunatic Fringe / Florist - Kathy Swiss, Pleasant Grove / Centerpieces - Stephanie Long / Bride's Saree - Tangail Kutir, Dhaka, Bangladesh / Bride's Dress - Silk Street Market, Beijing, China / Groom's Sherwani - Orly in Kolkata, India / Groom's Suit - Hugo Boss, Ottawa

Utah Multicultural Wedding - Irina and Ryan (2)

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