I've seen every type of wedding cake from the slightly off-kilter cake your cousin made to just plain pie. But my favorite remains the minimal naked cakes and two tier cakes of some of the best in the industry here in Utah. With plenty of flavor choices and vegan options readily available, I've heard they are all delicious too. Never underestimate the amount of work and expertise that goes into a wedding cake, the folks listed below are incredibly gifted bakers and artisans and well worth the investment.

Photo of Annie Bee cakes.

Photo of Annie Bee cakes.


Rustic styling, planning and day of coordination. Scalable packages for any budget.

Annie Bee is simply the person I refer to nearly all my brides. I'm always delighted (and a little intimidated) when I get to decorate one of her immaculate cakes. She is a talented baker with an eye for design.

Website: Annie Bee Cakery
Contact: Annie Bee |

Photo of a cake by Annie Pugmire and Stay Co.

Photo of a cake by Annie Pugmire and Stay Co.


Minimalism and deliciousness at their finest.

You'll see Annie Pugmire's cakes featured in many a Stay Co. shoot and I just can't get enough of the simple beauty. She has a real understanding of minimalism and style and, having been featured by Salt Lake Bride & Groom Magazine as one of Utah's premiere bakers, comes with plenty of accolades. 

Website: Annie's Cakes
Contact: Annie Pugmire |

Pie by Bubble and Brown Bakery. Photo by Salt Lake Magazine.

Pie by Bubble and Brown Bakery. Photo by Salt Lake Magazine.


Delicious cakes and full desert bar options.

I met Andrew Young of Bubble & Brown Bakery when he arrived with some incredible macaroon littered cakes for a dessert feature we were shooting for Salt Lake Magazine last fall. He was not only incredibly kind and gracious but his confections, a few of which I got to sample, were to die for. If  you're planning spread of treats for your guests, this is the place to go. Consider a dessert buffet or a series of tarts and pies rather than traditional cake. More below from Salt Lake Magazine:

"After more than 17 years of professional culinary experience, Andrew Young founded his own bakery. His mission is to bring originality to classic techniques and recipes, and he’s succeeding—from babka and shortbread to teacakes and scones, his bold and delicious flavor combinations leave your mouth watering. The menu changes frequently to utilize fresh, seasonal ingredients.  " 

Website: Bubble & Brown Bakery
Contact: Andrew Young | | 385-212-4998



All the best things are wild. Specializing in locally sourced floral for weddings, events and botanical styling. From mountain forest foraging, to the bounty of my own carefully curated cut flower garden, to truckloads of blooms from nearby flower farmers committed to sustainable growing practices, each floral project comes together as a unique reflection of the environment in which it was grown and the spirit of the client for which it was created. Committed to the "Slow Flower Movement" and a member of Floret Flower's Farmer-Florist Collective.