Filed Under: Weddings
This is by far once of the most magical weddings I've ever seen. I love the palette of purples, antiques, bold jewel tones and super soft pinks. This comes from BLOOM by Anuschka in Denver. Their work across the board is amazing. Lets find out how they did this from Kristen Hatgi.
The setting was an elegant Colorado mountain lodge, a natural palette that allowed the brilliant purples and lavenders at the ceremony and the jewel tones of the reception and dinner to beautifully accent Mia’s day. The white-tented ceremony was focused towards the chuppah that was constructed and covered with a frame of lavender flowers including lavender spider mums, lavender hydrangeas, Picasso calla lilies, lavender novelty carnations, and amnesia and ocean spray roses and accented with babies breath. White boxes of babies breath lined the aisles while opposite the chuppah at the entrance to the main aisle, a 10’ x 12’ floor to ceiling wall of lavender flowers announced the bride's entrance and created the perfect back drop for picture taking.
In the foyer as guests arrived to the reception, they found their place-card on a table paveed with lavender carnations. In the center of that table was an urn that held whimsical natural Manzanita branches brimming with purple orchid leis, purple pomander balls, and hanging votive holders. No detail was overlooked at the reception as each of the lodge’s corridors and bathrooms were adorned with floral arrangements. The Kings tables were covered with a lush eggplant tablecloth and adorned with a deep purple flower runner down the center. Lucite scroll candelabras with gorgeous flower arrangements were placed intermittently between the runners, as were tall cylinder vases filled to overflowing with deep fuchsia colored dendrobium orchids in a luxurious cascade. Round dining tables featured a circular base of deep purple carnations that held a mixture of small cylinder vases, each with a cluster of purple flowers.
The front of the band’s stage was decorated to mimic a flower market with different size vases filled to overflowing with a single type of purple or cream flower. The crowd danced and looked over this flower display as the band played into the next day. The entire event was absolutely stunning, each of the 75,000 flowers was used to provide brilliant details so that the overall effect accented Mia’s dream wedding day.
I LOVE this behind-the-scenes shot. So fun to see the install.