Thursday, July 22, 2010

Origami at the Museum of N&S

One of our 7.17 weddings was incredibly unique thanks to the bride, Erin's craftiness. Erin created hundreds of origami butterflies to decorate her unique and modern reception at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. We know that the photos by R.J. Kern will be outstanding but we couldn't help but share a few of our images from setting up the day. 

Erin's bouquet had an "orbital" theme and consist of various shades of yellow with green accents including Fuji mums, dahlias, mini gerbera daisies, celosia and green kermit mums with bear grass loop accents. We complimented the top with a single, turquoise origami butterfly that matched her shoes. 

We complimented Erin's strung art with manzanita branches, birch poles and modern arrangements including dozes of pomanders in bright yellow or green mums hanging from turquoise ribbon. The birch frame ceremony site (below) adorned with coordinating arrangements and yet more origami strands was picturesque on the deck with a stunning cityscape background. 

Stay tuned for additional images and details!!! 

1 comment:

  1. I adore what you both came up with! I love the origami butterflies with your designs! Bouquet is amazing!