We loved all the hand made vintage details that Becky incorporated into her wedding flowers. She detailed the mason jars with burlap, lace and vintage brooches. We filled these with hydrangea, stock, roses and greens and hung them from shepherd's hooks down the aisle. She collected antique luggage and lace doilies and had them staged on an vintage desk with a cute collection of potted plants to create her adorable altar. Inside the reception were even more fun details like the handmade butcher paper book covers that created a platform for the floral centerpieces. Lastly, the bride and groom's chairs were lovingly labeled with darling burlap signs. It was, if we may be so bold, as vintage as vintage can be!
Our lovely bride Nicole chose a profusion of pinks for her wedding flowers, bridesmaid dresses and even for the groomsmen's shirts. We loved it all, even cute intern Kiley who had to ride in the back of the delivery van holding on to the tall arrangements all the way to Longmont.
We had the privilege of working at The Wooden Table restaurant for a small wedding reception this past weekend. The space is lovely and open with neutral colors which allowed us to decorate with bright, vibrant colors and really bring out the fun on these table tops. Our bride's mother provided antique sterling silver tea pots, creamers and sugar bowls for us to fill with gorgeous flowers. And yes, we tied 70 chair tied into bows and it was exhausting! But the over all effect was lovely! Thanks to All Well Rents for the linens.
Despite many challenges, including the bride's limo breaking down half way up Look Out Mountain and having to hitchhike to her own wedding, Mandy and her groom met at the altar and said "I do" with smiles on their faces. We loved working on this romantic, vintage-inspired wedding with such a wonderful, fun-loving couple.
We were so happy to work with this bride and her groom last Saturday in Breckenridge. The weather was lovely, if a bit warm, the wedding party was gorgeous and all of our wedding flower were fun and a little formal. For this vintage inspired yellow and navy blue event our bride chose yellow roses, oncidium orchids, dendrobium and cymbidium orchids, billy balls and some avant garde bouquets to accompany the stunning birch chuppah that made up the centerpiece of her ceremony.
Jamie and Aaron's wedding decor was ultra clean, all white and green. We hung paper lanterns over their small centerpieces filled with white hydrangea, roses, phlox and scented geranium leaves. On the remaining tables we built tall trees of curly willow and hung them with live white dendrobium orchids. The effect was spectacular in the Seawell Grand Ballroom.