A romantic affair

These two might look familiar -Molly and Andre’ modeled for our 2018 Rocky Mountain Bride photo shoot in the summer and I had the honor of creating flowers for their romantic and glamorous wedding in the fall at The Brinton Museum. The day was unexpectedly snowy and absolutely gorgeous.

Captured by Kerns Photography.

We loaded the tables with sweet clusters of roses - sweetly named Hearts! Handfuls of petals and so many candles completed the tables and the room was practically glowing when all lit for the evening. The groom’s mother provided individual paintings on miniature canvases for each guest and after setting up we toured the room to find our favorites.

I usually keep a few houseplants around with interesting textures and leaves to help fill in when making these little beauties and everyone so far is a huge fan of the brass flower cuffs instead of traditional wrist corsages. That little variegated leaf comes from an ivy that hangs in our playroom most of the year and makes me so happy.

Molly requested something romantic with an Italian countryside twist. I used cotinus, PeeGee hydrangeas and the ever lovely blushing bride protea in her bouquet.

Keeping it hot while the snow flies!

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