Our deep and moody floral inspiration shoot

In April of 2016, we created a style shoot to showcase inspiration and design from a floral designer’s point of view. Our studio consists of three talented and uniquely individual women and often our muse is simply our clientele. When a client shares a story, artifact or family heirloom with us, we love to brainstorm on how we can incorporate it into the wedding aesthetic. Whether it be something that features the client’s passion, personality, or history, we are able to create something unique and personal to contribute to the decor, ultimately creating an overall cohesive look and feel with the attire, venue and wedding style.  This shoot was published on Grey Likes Weddings in September, and can be seen here. We are excited that there will be additional blogs featuring this again in the new year. 

For this shoot, we used heirloom Polish Pottery from our team member Elizabeth’s family. This element was used in combination with gorgeous rentals from Event Rents and came together to create a personalized and inventive feel to a rented tablescape. The invitation suite was designed to mimic the artistic detail of the pottery. To complement this, we wanted to showcase a rich beautiful color palette including deep reds and soft sherbet tones with rich greenery. We used blooms that are not typically featured in summer months (i.e. amaryllis) and included plant blooms that are typically seen in domestic design vs. wedding work (i.e. begonias and kalanchoes). We absolutely adore using unique blossoms in atypical ways. 

Along with the curated personal elements we featured a gorgeous nontraditional accessory, a custom floral necklace which highlighted the neckline of the Rue de Seine dress. Floral fashion is an element we love to create and encourage brides to use for receptions, incorporated into their bridal party, or in lieu of the typical bouquet or corsage. 

In order to call out the individual details, Steve Stanton, our photographer, documented some of the most beautiful pieces of the tablescape and shoot overall. We love his etherial photography, his comfortable rapport with our models and his genuine talent and enthusiasm for his art form. 

Our fabulous team:

Florals & Design – Us! 

Photography – Steve Stanton Photography

Invitation Suite and Paper Goods – Lucky Onion

Venue – The Barn at Raccoon Creek

Hair & Makeup – All Dolled Up Colorado

Dress – Rue de Seine dress from A&Be Bridal Shop in Denver

Veil – Sarah Gabriel veil from A&Be Bridal Shop Denver

Rentals – Event Rents


Wild and colorful head table - Steve Stanton Photography

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