Love Letters Floral Design » Best Denver Wedding Flowers

I first met Molly at a bridal show, more than a year out from her wedding. Wedding floral design is always a collaborative and creative process between the florist and client(s), so having time to really think through and discuss the different possibilities resulted in some incredibly beautiful floral designs for Molly and Derrick’s spring wedding. It was a ton of fun collaborating with you, Molly!

Molly chose a gorgeous combination for her bridal bouquet that included light pink hydrangea, voyage garden roses, vendela roses, creamy pink spray roses, white swan calla lilies, succulents, and peach astilbe, with a variety her grandmother’s beautiful antique brooches tucked in between the blooms. Her bouquet was wrapped in white lace, with a single stem calla lily tied to the bouquet by an additional piece of lace. Molly gave this flower to her mom in a super sweet gesture as she walked up to the altar. What a unique idea! Her bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of white hydrangea, vendela roses, creamy pink spray roses, and dusty miller. Derrick wore a white swan calla lily and astilbe boutonniere, while his groomsmen were adorned with creamy pink spray rose and dusty miller boutonnieres.

A BIG thank you to Ashely of Ashley McKenzie Photography who graciously shared pictures from Molly and Derrick’s wedding. Ashely’s work is absolutely stunning and she is a vendor I greatly enjoy working with. As a Wedding Florist, one of the parts I love best about my job is seeing all the beautiful pictures post-wedding. I was wowed by all these beautiful images.

You can also see Molly and Derrick’s beautiful wedding featured on COUTUREcolorado!

Molly and Derrick, I wish you all the best! It was an honor to be a part of your special day! Congratulations!!!

The Pines at Genesee, Colorado

Wedding paper flowers for ceremony

Pink napkins for a wedding

Mint frosted wedding cakeSilver wedding heels

Pink and green bridal bouquet

Pink bridal bouquetFlower girl pomander ball

Blush wedding bouquets

Light pink bridesmaids dresses

Pink pomander ball for a flower girl

Colorado wedding, Genesee

Chris Mohr, Officiant

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Colorado winter wedding

Venue: The Pines at Genesee

Wedding Coordination: Hourglass Productions

Photography: Ashley McKenzie Photography

Hair and Makeup: Alchemy Artistry

Officiant: Chris Mohr of Colorado Wedding Ceremonies

It is with great honor to say that Love Letters Floral Design was the Floral Sponsor of the Children’s Museum of Denver‘s 2015 Birthday Bash, Anything Can Happen, Anything Can Be. When fellow Wedding Professional, former co-worker, and friend, Lindsey of Piece of Cake Weddings & Events, who co-chaired the Birthday Bash planning committee, reached out and asked if I was interested in a sponsorship opportunity, I literally jumped. The event was to be a Shel Silverstein themed fundraiser. Not only do I adore the Children’s Museum of Denver (they have an incredible bubble exhibit!), in addition to having worked in the nonprofit sector myself for many years, but Shel Silverstein has always been my absolute favorite author. I grew up with his books, The Giving Tree, A Light in the Attic, Where the Sidewalk Ends, and The Missing Piece. It was almost as if the stars had aligned to bring this amazing opportunity my way.

I was going to be out of town the day of the actual event, as well as a few days beforehand, so I designed centerpieces that had minimal perishables, but still incorporated some floral components. For the Corporate Sponsor tables I created a scene from The Giving Tree, which included a tree made from a piece of real aspen branch and a seeded eucalyptus topper, which acted as the leaves of the tree. For the guest tables I created a scene from another great Shel Silverstein classic, The Missing Piece, which involved a cut out of ‘It’ and a red Gerbera Daisy. These centerpieces were a creative challenge, but I was thrilled with how turned out.

A BIG thank you goes to the super sweet Lore of Loredana Photography for capturing this incredible event with her lovely photography! Another BIG thank you goes to the super crafty Lorena of Matika Studios who designed and cut out the stencils with the book phrases that were painted on all four sides of the centerpiece containers.

Congratulation on a successful event, Children’s Museum of Denver! Thank you for including Love Letters Floral Design in your Birthday Bash!

 

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Birthday Bash Children

Silent auction

Silent Auction in Denver

Shel Silverstein event centerpieces

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Silent auction fundriaser

Silent auction

Shel Silverstein silent auction

Gourmet Fine Catering Denver

Gourmet Fine Catering drinks

Birthday Bash, Denver

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Live auction bids

Live music

Live band

Dancing

Venue: Children’s Museum of Denver

Photography: Loredana Photography

Catering: Gourmet Fine Catering

Centerpiece Stenciling: Matika Studios

Libbie of Libbie Holmes Photography is one of the sweetest Photographers I know. And her work is stunning. She is also a lot of fun to be around, which makes her a wedding vendor that I absolutely love to work with! Libbie and I had started discussing an illuminated winter styled shoot when we first met for coffee, almost a year earlier. But life kept us both busy, so we weren’t be able to execute our idea for about thirteen months. But, boy, was it worth the wait!

The shoot took place during the opening of the Carmen W Gallery and was to be the main form of entertainment on the first opening day. We were honored to be featured in such a unique way! To execute such an elaborate shoot, Libbie and I joined forces with a group of top-notch wedding professionals, including A Touch of Bliss, The Modern Edge Events & Catering, Allwell Rents, The Bundt Shoppe, Artistry Events & Design, 50 Dresses, Maggie Evans Designs, and April Franklin Hair and Makeup.

We created a nighttime winter wedding scene, full of lush greenery and fully illuminated with candles, bulb lights, chandeliers, and LED lights tucked in between the flowers of the bouquets. The bridal bouquet was a gorgeous euro-cascade style, created from Polar Star Roses, Scabiosa Pods, White Carnations, Smilax, Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, White Snow Dahlias, Song of India, Rhamnus, and Mint. The bridesmaid bouquet was a smaller, hand-tied bouquet created from Polar Star Roses, Scabiosa Pods, White Carnations, Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, White Snow Dahlias, and Rhamnus.

This styled shoot was featured in COUTUREcolorado, which you can read about HERE.

A BIG thank you to the lovely models and to all the vendors that worked on this styled shoot. We had a truly incredible team!

Carmen W Gallery Denver, CO

Artistry Events & Design lights

Allwell Rents Denver, CO

Glowing wedding tablescape

Urban Denver wedding

Maggie Evans Designs wedding dress

Glowing green and white bouquet

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Glowing bridal bouquet

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Venue: Carmen W Gallery

Photography: Libbie Holmes Photography

Planning: A Touch of Bliss

Lighting and Props: Artistry Events & Design

Catering: The Modern Edge Events & Catering

Bridal Gown: Maggie Evans Designs

Bridesmaid Dress: 50 Dresses

Cake: The Bundt Shoppe

Hair and Makeup: April Franklin

Sarah and Paul were married on an incredibly gorgeous October day last year at the Louviers Village Clubhouse. I was honored when Sarah reached out and asked if I would design her wedding florals. It had been some time since I had last seen Sarah, but I had been very excited to hear that she had found love and was preparing to tie the knot. Love is so much fun!

Sarah’s vision for her flowers was rustic and colorful. She chose a beautiful combination for her bridal bouquet, including sunflowers, orange ranunculus, daisy fever few, pink wax flower, yarrow, white Star of Bethlehem, purple trachelium, purple thistle, and plumosa fern. Her bridesmaids’ carried smaller, more simplistic bouquets of sunflowers, orange ranunculus, daisy fever few, and plumosa fern.

Thank you to Blushing Crow Studio for capturing Sarah and Paul’s wedding with some absolutely gorgeous pictures!

Sarah and Paul – I hope you are having an amazing summer as newlyweds. Thank you for trusting me to design the arrangements for your big day. All the best to you!

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Venue: Louviers Village Clubhouse

Photography: Blushing Crow Studio

When I work with couples that have very soft color pallets, I am reminded that romantic pastels and muted colors can be absolutely stunning. Brianne and I met for coffee one evening late summer last year to discuss the floral arrangements for her upcoming wedding. I liked Brianne right away; she was down-to-earth and very easy to talk to. Brianne and Dylan were going to be married the weekend after Thanksgiving at Mile High Station. They didn’t have a a specific color scheme for their wedding, but Brianne wanted the flowers to be soft and subtle, as their ceremony would be taking place in the evening. The main “color” would be the warm glow from all the candles and blub lights they would be using to decorate the ceremony area. An evening ceremony fully illuminated with soft, white light?!?! Amazing! I fell in love with Brianne’s vision and I agreed that a muted color pallet was perfect for this kind of setting.

For her bridal bouquet, Brianne chose a gorgeous combination of gardenias, juliet garden roses, white cloud garden roses, crem de la crem roses, white anenomes, white ranunculi, lily of the valley, and lamb’s ear. Her maid of honor carried a smaller bouquet of crem de la crem roses, juliet garden roses, light pink anemones, peach ranunculi, lily of the valley, and lamb’s ear. Dylan wore a fragrant boutonniere made from a gardenia bloom, a small sprig of lily of the valley, and lamb’s ear.

Thank you to George Street Photo & Video for the beautiful pictures!

Brianne and Dylan, I absolutely loved being a part of your wedding. Thank you for trusting me to design the floral arrangements for your big day. I hope you are doing well and enjoying the first year as newlyweds!

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Venue: Mile High Station

Photography: George Street Photo & Video