I recently had the opportunity to consult for a bride who has such a great heart, and is seriously relaxed and easy-going. She wanted a wedding that read Colorado through and through, and had a bit of a vintage feel as well. Needless to say, it was an absolute pleasure working with her, and bringing some creative ideas for flowers and decor to the table. I’ll share the official photos as soon as I can, but in the meantime, a sneak peek:
Succulents, billy balls, lavender and blue thistle were used in the bouquets and boutonnieres, and truly brought the beautiful Colorado outdoors in. And while the sheer beauty of the chapel was more than enough to create a stunning ceremony backdrop, pretty and playful vintage ribbon clusters trimmed the pews.
Each table was decorated with gorgeous aspen stumps and branches (you can’t get much more Colorado-inspired than that!), and accented with a sweet pewter lantern and small floral arrangement. These floral clusters rotated through tables — one had a vased succulent, one group of billy balls, then lavender and so on. The cake was a real stunner, covered in fresh-cut sage and lavender.
Dani’s gorgeous vintage Colorado wedding came together perfectly yesterday! After a heartfelt ceremony and lovely reception, Dani and Andrew have officially joined their lives together and can begin their happily ever after! Congratulations to such a neat couple, and a big thank-you for allowing me to be part of your special day!