Friday, July 1, 2011

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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Spring bouquets!

Now that our season is in full swing (yes, we started in late March... early!) and we are creating numerous, gorgeous bouquets our time to blog and document is limited. Here are a few diverse photographs from the studio (and as always, we await the beautiful professional shots) of recent pretty. Enjoy! 

Bridesmaids' bouquets including hydrangea, ranunculus, tulips and freesia and the coordinating bridal bouquet of white peonies and mini calla lilies, yellow freesia, ranunculus and hyacinth buds...
A "wildflower" bridal bouquet for an outdoor mountain wedding including hydrangea, dusty miller, sweet peas, lisianthus, veronica, poppy pods, lavender spray roses, scabiosa and anemones. 
A tight bridal bouquet of cranberry mini calla lilies and mini gerbera daisies, parrot tulips, roses, spray roses and blue delphinium bud accents. 
 A bridesmaids' bouquet with a white hydrangea backdrop and buds including Vendella roses, white anemones, soft pink ranunculus, cream garden roses and blue viburnum berry. 
A bridesmaids bouquet with a green hydrangea backdrop and buds including white freesia, orange spray roses, pink ranunculus, hot pink pizazzo roses and green hypericum berries. 
A bridesmaids bouquet of ornamental kale, white iris, daffodils, yellow freesia, yarrow, supregreen roses, white dahlias and succulents. 
 The coordinating bridal bouquet of white dahlias, hydrangea, supergreen roses and succulents

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

A look at Dunafon Castle...

I created a post on Monday for the White List Blog featuring one of the most unique venues in the Colorado foothills...  Dunafon Castle. 
Please click HERE and check it out! 

Monday, April 25, 2011

Oh darcy...

These photographs are of the lovely, lovely bouquets we created two weeks ago for Kyle and Kyle's wedding celebration. We anxiously await documentation of the entire, beautiful day from Tyler Jones Photography but wanted to share these luscious garden rose, lamb's ear and rosemary combinations! 
Hydrangea, patience garden roses, peonies, ranunculus and ruscus tips...
 Darcy, Patience and Cymbaline garden roses, Finesse and Black Beauty roses, lamb's ear, rosemary and ruscus tips. Oh how we LOVE Darcy!

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Paul and Beth, Hitched in the Highlands 2011

Paul and Beth were the winners of Hitched in the Highlands 2, an urban adventure race organized by Happy Cakes in early February. After successfully maneuvering an obstacle course and foot race (in the snow none-the-less), this delightful couple was rewarded a wedding package valued at over 20K. 
This included a photography package from the fabulous David Lynn Photography. {below are a mix of their shots mixed with mine showcasing the event details!}

We were delighted to contribute flowers for their celebration and loved their unique preferences. They opted for a color palette of white, soft green and apricot with unique, textured details including ornamental kale and rosemary tips. Beth LOVES poppies but unfortunately, mother nature did not cooperate (boo).  Instead we provided that gorgeous pop of apricot with ranunculus, pincushion proteas, tulips and fabulously large dahlias. We created a soft cascade from the front of her bouquet with green helleborus and orange mokara orchid buds. 

  The boutonnieres were created with ranunculus buds, rosemary tips and succulent accents.

Beth's Maid of Honor carried a coordinating bouquet of pale green hydrangea, white lisianthus, tulips and anemones with rosemary, kale and helleborus buds. 

Paul and Beth love biking and rented the most unique prop I have decorated to date for their ceremony backdrop at Mile High Station

 Their centerpieces were created in modern, clean white ceramic cube and bud vases and included wheatgrass, dahlias, tulips, mokara orchids and ranunculus. 

We also accented the delicious cupcake display with elegant individual apricot buds in smaller white modern bud vases for a touch of color. 

Congratulations to Beth and Paul. 
You were wonderful to work with and we wish you the best! 
Also, many thanks to Sarah Gibson with Events Laureate for a fabulous job with the wedding coordination

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Spring blooms across the pond!

These lovely photographs made their way into our inbox this week and we had to share the amazing spring blooms currently in London and the Netherlands. 
The daffodils are in Hyde Park in London (thanks for sharing Amy!) and the tulip fields are in the Northern Netherlands. Enjoy! 

Sunday, March 27, 2011

The Luxury Bridal Showcase at the Ritz Carlton

Last month we had the pleasure of working with a very well-respected and talented group of vendors at the first annual StudioWed Luxury Bridal Showcase at The Ritz Carlton Denver
We collaborated on a tablescape we named "Through The Looking Glass" that was inspired by whimsical elegance and incorporated spring blooms, our elegant candelabra, hanging crystals, butterflies, moss, votives and hand mirrors. 
The vendor team included: 

The beautiful backdrop was a lemon yellow linen covered in a silver overlay complimented by silver chivari chairs, provided by Tamara and Chris at Chair Covers and Linens and with flatware, place settings and crystal by Event Rents. 

 The bouquet consisted of numerous ranunculus in blush, pink, yellow and apricot complimented by green dianthus, tangerine spray roses, peach garden roses, daffodils and lavender lisianthus.  

We love these birdcage terrariums and our elevated moss garden. 

Each place setting was beautifully labeled by Julie with JS Designs and named after characters in Alice's tale. The plates were accented by a mini cake (created by Rachael with Intricate Icings) under our glass dome (adorned with a curious silk butterfly) or a hand mirror garnished with a daffodil blossom. Rachael also created coordinating cake pops that were placed decoratively in the smaller birdcages. 

Many thanks to Heather and the team at Calluna Events for helping us with the installation that morning!