You guys, we loved working with Sarah and Chris. From the first meeting, to the day of the wedding, they were just so much fun! There was always laughter, lots of inappropriate humor, and lots and lots of jokes about wine. Lots.
Not only did we love Sarah – but we loved her wedding! Sarah and her mother, Candy (who is equally hilarious) had such great ideas for making the flowers really pop on the day of the wedding. We chose lots of pink and greens to coordinate with the overall color palette and really created a fresh, spring time feel/atmosphere for the day. Not to mention, what we came up with for the ceremony was just fabulous! Lots of pearls, lots of petals and one long (and extremely heavy) eucalyptus garland. It was just incredible. And the great photos from Vert Photo are just wonderful. Enjoy!!
Until next time! XO
Molly and Zach’s wedding was incredibly beautiful and fun! Not to mention, these two were incredible to work with. So very laid back, pleasant and sweet. They had a morning wedding complete with a brunch inspired menu – who DOESN’T love a good plate of french toast? Crazy people, that’s who…. But, I digress.
Because it was a morning wedding, it was slightly more casual, but we Molly still wanted a big floral presence. We decided to keep the wedding party color palette neutral with greens and whites. We then brought in some color to the larger centerpieces we had created. Pops of coral and bright pink were just the colors needed to blend into the amazing view at Mount Vernon Country Club. Seriously, amazing view.
Rounding it all out, these photos from Brooke Peterson Photography – just LOVELY!!
Until next time! XO
I can’t even describe how fun it was to work with Nikki and Michael. There was so much creativity, so much trust and just so much fun to be had while planning the florals for this couple. From the get go, we wanted to book Nikki…no, we needed to book Nikki. We loved her, her initial ideas for the design, and her trust in us. The idea was for a romantic, trailing, textural and whimsical design. We used color, soft and romantic blooms as well as lots of trailing greenery to accent Nikki’s vase ware (Nikki and her mother provided all the vase ware from either their personal collection, or thrifting). Needless to say, we had so much fun planning and creating the style. There were so many laughs and so much that we enjoyed about this wedding. The stunning photos from Autumn Cutaia Photography completely capture everything that was great about this day! And the amazing coordination skills of Lindsey and her team at Bello and Blue Events always helps to create a smooth moving and joyful day.
Until next time! XO
So, let’s just start of by saying that Bobbie and Jesse’s wedding was a BLAST to work on. So many colors, textures and fun details. Plus – we love a tattoo’d bride. Like, loooooove them. (it’s an obsession really….)
This wedding was just so cool. When we first met with Bobbie, she had a great vision. The wedding took place in her and Jesse’s back yard in Arvada (which, was probably one of the coolest back yards ever), so she wanted to keep things, summery, semi casual and above all, colorful and fun! We chose a great mix of fluffy, larger blooms to compliment the smaller, daintier blooms and what we ended up with was luscious and scrumptious arrangements and bouquets. Bobbie and Jesse had so many little details that really made their day that much more special and really made everything come together. Thanks to Elevate Photography for these amazing shots of what was clearly a great day!
Until next time! XO
Well, you guys, it’s been QUITE a while since we’ve posted on the blog. And I wish I could blame it all on the fact that we’ve been so, so busy (which, we definitely have been!), but, alas, that’s just not the (only) reason. But! we’re back and we’ve got some amazing weddings in store for you!
Starting off, we’ve got Lauren and Justin’s gorgeous, gorgeous wedding. And seriously, it was such a fun event to work on. Lauren was so relaxed and flexible. At her initial consult, she brought in a great inspiration board that she and Whitney of Wit and Wiley Events and Environments had come up with. It had the richest colors and a variety of textures included, and we just got so excited! Trying to incorporate the look of River Bend, we decided on a romantic and somewhat overgrown look, with some glam accents. Using a mix of fuller flowers with some textural floral accents, we created, what we like to think, a fun, slightly bohemian, slighty “secret garden” style florals. And, well, we’re just loving these photos. We hope you do as well!
Until next time! XO
Coordinator: Wit and Wiley Events and Environments
Photographer: Harper Point
Caterer: Elevated Catering
Venue: Lyons Farmette and River Bend
Emily and Will’s wedding was extremely fun. It was fun to design, fun to deliver and fun to look at again in photos. Emily and Will had such a great vision of what they wanted for the day, elegant, and classic, yet colorful and exciting. They wanted to play up the rustic quality that comes along with getting married on top of a mountain (and one of the most beautiful mountain peaks there is, I might add…) while still maintaining a classic feel.
Both Emily and Will had such great attitudes and were so great to collaborate with. Truly some great people and (as a plus) they were also laid back and truly a joy to work with!
And of course – Hope with The Wedding Studio was incredibly helpful in helping make all the aspects of the overall design of the day cohesive – she’s also a true gem to work with!!
We love these photos. They perfectly capture the excitement of the day!
There is nothing, and I mean NOTHING more beautiful than an organic, and natural wedding. (Well, OK, maybe there are some things that are more beautiful….but we just really LOVE this wedding.)
When we first met with Katie, we knew she had great taste. And that was only reinforced with the help of Dana at Revel and Bloom.
Katie wanted a muted color palette and florals that focused mainly on greenery and small, dainty white flowers. The centerpieces were paired with decadent linens to truly enhance the awesomeness of the room at Crooked Willow.
I know I say this a lot, but really, the pictures speak for themselves!
Venue: Crooked Willow
Caterer and Cake: Three Tomatoes
Band: High Fever Entertainment
Decor: Pink Monkey
Planning and Design: Moi
Florist: You rockin’ ladies
Makeup: Denver Makeup Guru
Rentals: Event Rents
Photographer: Jacquelyn Poussot
Videographer: 1321 Studios
Hair: Shasta from Colours in Boulder
Linens: BBJ and La Tavola
Leah and Kyle. They were a truly amazing couple to work with. Sweet, genuine, trusting and just totally head over heels for each other! They type of client that a vendor dreams of. Seriously.
From our first meeting with these two, we loved everything about them. But, most especially the look they were going for for their wedding. Rustic, vintage romance with a bohemian flair. I mean – come on you guys! Leah and Kyle both were on the same page with their “look” and knew from the get go what they wanted. When we collaborated, we came up with a soft, lovely floral look that complimented the rustic-ness of the beautiful Midnight Ranch! I believe their photos – done by the amazing Jaimie Johnson Photography – speak for themselves!
Leah and Kyle also had some unique touches like the pizza bar and the live band!
With the help of some amazing vendors, like Jill Waldman of The Main Event, Leah and Kyle’s wedding day was amazing.
Leah and Kyle’s Amazing Vendors:
Meagan and Michael’s coral and navy wedding was to die for. Seriously. From the copper accents to the fantastically coordinated stationary accents, it was incredible. The industrial chic wedding had the perfect backdrop as well – Mile High Station. It doesn’t get much better than this venue. The dark wood accents, and the industrial chandeliers all aided in bringing Meagan and Michael’s wedding to life. And a special thanks to Michele Hart Photography for such incredible photos!
From the moment we met Meagan, we were in love with the look she was going for and wanted to bring her vision to life. It helped that she had great taste. Through our collaboration on the flowers, and their collaboration with their other fantastic vendors, we think they ended up with a pretty spectacular day.
Photographer: Michele Hart Photography
Lauren and Jay’s wedding was the epitome of refined, natural geourgous-ness. We worked with Lauren and her mother Karen to create a succulent heavy, organic beauty fest that involved (obviously) succulents, billy balls, fresh herbs, wild grasses and soft hints of dainty flowers like queen anne’s lace, to name a few. Lauren and Jay’s personalities really shined through with their personal details of leather suspenders, soft green bridesmaids dresses, and lots of lace and birch bark accents. We brought in antlers to the centerpieces to tie in the couples love for the outdoors and all things rustic. We think these stunning images provided to us by eb+jc photography speak for themselves as to the amazing couple, and all their love for each other and their wedding day!