Every love story is beautiful, but sometimes you encounter those love stories that are exceptionally touching. Last summer I designed floral arrangements for Laura and Sue, who were married at the historic Grant Humphries Mansion. Laura and Sue had been together over 22 years, but had not been legally able to marry, that is, until October 7, 2014, when Colorado started issuing same-sex marriage licenses. After 22 years of waiting, Laura and Sue officially tied the knot. And what a gorgeous celebration it was!
Laura and Sue chose a color palette of lavender, purple, white, blue, and green for their florals. Laura carried a beautiful bouquet made from Dolcetto Garden Roses, Lavender Scabiosa, Purple Trachelium, Purple Ranunculus, Lavender Clematis, Monkshood, Succulents, and Seeded Eucalyptus. Sue wore a pin-on corsage made from Lavender Clematis, Purple Ranunculus, Purple Trachelium, Monkshood, and Seeded Eucalyptus.
Thank you to Alison of Alison Rose Photography for the lovely images!
Laura and Sue, I hope this first year of marriage has been amazing. It was such an honor to work with you and to be a part of your wedding. All the happiness to you both!
Venue: Grant Humphries Mansion
Photographer: Alison Rose Photography
Caterer: Footers Catering