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I first met with Beki back in December of 2013. She was referred to me by a friend and fantastic Photographer, Teresa, of Tega Photography. I knew I wanted to work with Beki the moment we met. Often times in the wedding world I get asked the hypothetical question of, “Who is your idea bride?” I can honestly say that Beki embodies all the qualities of my ideal client. Not only is she is incredibly sweet, genuine, flexible, and fun, but beautiful flowers were important to her (as a Wedding Florist that means a lot to me!). Our initial consultation was one of those meetings where everything just…clicked. I went home that evening energized, inspired, and loving what I do. Later, when I met with both Beki and Ross to finalize their order, I knew this was a special couple and that their wedding was going to be amazing. Beki and Ross – I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed working with you!

Beki and Ross were married at the lovely Oxford Hotel. They were able to capture their First Look at the newly renovated Union Station, which is definitely a must-see building! Their wedding style was vintage and rustic with a splash of fun! For her bridal bouquet, Beki chose a beautiful combination of multiple textures and colors that included orange dahlias, orange alstromeria, billy balls, scabiosa pods, white ranunculus, dutch purple hydrangea, royal blue delphinium, bunny tail grass, sea holly thistle, and seeded eucalyptus. Her bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of orange dahlias, orange alstromeria, billy balls, scabiosa pods, orange ranunculus, dutch purple hydrangea, royal blue delphinium, bunny tail grass, sea holly thistle, and seeded eucalyptus. Beki and Ross are beer and wine connoisseurs, so we designed their table centerpieces in beer growlers, and Ross and his groomsmen sported wine bottle cork boutonnieres. To soften the large wrought iron gate inside the ceremony area, we strung up soft white led lights and adorned the gate with an array of flowers and foliage. For the reception, in addition to the beer growler centerpieces, which included curly willow, bunny tail grass, billy balls, and misty blue, and sat upon tree branch slices, we included several fresh figs, which was Beki’s wonderfully creative idea.

I had the opportunity to work with a fabulous wedding planner, Adam Diskin, who did a fantastic job of coordinating the days’ events. I also got to reconnect with a fellow Wedding Professional, Tasos, with Elite DJ/MC & Production.

Beki and Ross, I wish you two nothing but the best! Congratulations on tying the knot and thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to be a part of your special day! Much love and happiness to you!!

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Venue: The Oxford Hotel

Wedding Coordinator: Adam Diskin

Photographer: Tega Photography

DJ: Elite DJ/MC & Production

Jamie and Will were married this summer at the lovely Hudson Gardens. I remember that day clearly. As I was heading south to deliver all the flowers there were dark clouds looming in the direction I was going. Dark clouds on a wedding day always make me nervous! There are countless sunny days in Colorado, which is part of the reason why living here is absolutely wonderful, but during the summer months afternoon thunderstorms can roll in. The ceremony was moved indoors as a result. Jamie’s dad had custom built a beautiful ceremony arch made from branches off of their property. It was a tight squeeze through the front door to the Inn at Hudson Gardens, but they managed to get the arch inside. It made for a beautifully rustic backdrop!

Jamie and Will chose a beautiful combination of navy and yellow for their wedding. For Jamie’s bouquet we used white dahlias, yellow dahlias, white freesia, white button fever few, yarrow, and yellow carnations, tied together with an ivory satin ribbon. Her bridesmaids carried petite bouquets of yellow carnations, yarrow, yellow fever few, and yellow dahlias, which popped against their navy dresses. Will wore a boutonniere created from a white freesia bloom with an accent of white yarrow, and his groomsmen wore yellow freesia boutonnieres with an accent of yellow button fever few.

Luckily the rain cleared up enough to get some gorgeous photos outside. Thank you to Beauty by MB for the lovely pictures!

Jamie and Will, thank you for giving me the opportunity to be a part of your special day. Congratulations and all the best to you both!
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Venue: Hudson Gardens

Photography: Beauty by MB

I was so excited when a bride recently notified me to let me know that her wedding was featured in Colorado Weddings Magazine. Shanon and Owen both have a passion for skydiving. They held their reception at the drop zone and even took part in a celebratory tandem jump after their ceremony. You can read about their wedding HERE.

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This year I had the opportunity to create floral arrangements for a beautiful wedding at one of Colorado’s most famous landmarks – Red Rocks! Not only was this wedding at one of the coolest places in our lovely state, but Haley and Dustin are two incredibly nice and down-to-earth people. Did I ever mention that I love being a Wedding Florist?

Haley wore a gorgeous blush-colored dress, so we chose flowers in pinks, whites, and greens, with a touch of blue, to compliment this soft and feminine look. Her bouquet consisted of voyage garden roses, pink o’hara garden roses, pink ranunculus, white anemone, white veronica, blueberry viburnum, ming fern, and jasmine vine. Light pink satin ribbon flowed down the front of her bouquet. Her bridesmaids wore elegant floor-length navy dresses, and they carried smaller bouquets of voyage garden roses, pink ranunculus, white anemone, white veronica, and ming fern, tied together with navy ribbon. Dustin looked sharp in a black tux and wore a boutonniere made from a pink ranunculus bloom, blueberry viburnum, and jasmine vine. His groomsmen, in black suits, wore pink ranunculus boutonnieres, with an accent of ming fern.

At Haley and Dustin’s wedding I had the opportunity to meet and work with a fabulous photographer, Chris, of Chris Loring Photography. She does an amazing job and is super sweet. Chris, thank you so much for the gorgeous pictures!

Haley and Dustin, it was an honor working with you. You are a beautiful couple and I hope your married life is absolutely wonderful. All the best to you!

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Venue: Red Rocks

Photography: Chris Loring Photography

 

 

I am so honored to feature Charlotte and Julian’s wedding! Charlotte worked as an Intern when I was the Events Manager with The ALS Association. I had the privileged of working very closely with Charlotte, who is incredibly talented in marketing, event planning, and fundraising. I was lucky to have Charlotte on my team. I loved working with such a capable and bright young woman, who was instrumental in helping the Association’s Gala to be so successful.

When Charlotte told me that her then boyfriend, Julian, had proposed, I said, “Let me do your flowers!!!” Charlotte had moved to Wyoming after her Internship, so this was the first time that Love Letters Floral Design created the floral arrangements for a wedding outside of Colorado.

Charlotte and Julian were married at the Kiwanis Community House in Cheyenne, WY. Their wedding was authentically country western, with the groom and the groomsmen sporting camouflage vests, cowboy hats, and hand-made shotgun shell boutonnieres. Charlotte and her bridesmaids had a cowgirl edge, sporting fun and sassy cowgirl boots. For her bridal bouquet Charlotte chose a beautiful combination of mini sunflowers, white daisy mums, daisy fever few, sea holly thistle, mini purple carnations, and wild spirit roses, all wrapped together in burlap. Her bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of white daisy mums, daisy fever few, sea holly thistle, Ivonne orange carnations, and billy balls, also wrapped in burlap.

The beautiful pictures are courtesy of Ben of Fort Collins-based Ben Bradley Photography. Ben, thank you for the lovely images!

Charlotte and Julian – thank you for giving me the opportunity to be a part of your special day. So much love and happiness to you both!

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Venue: Kiwanis Community House

Photography: Ben Bradley Photography