Inspired by the industrial feel of Blanc downtown Denver we created this garden wedding design with warm tones of yellow, citrine, and rust. Finds of ivy and lush greenery softened the exposed brick to give the feel of stepping into a hidden oasis. 

The bride wore a two-piece gown made by Willowby by Emma and Grace Bridal. Playful dahlia accents the subtly sexy crop top paired with a flowy tulle skirt. The look was finished with a toupe fringe clutch, bezel set with a geode by ___. The groom donned a three-piece, heather grey suit with a coral bowtie from__. 

A hanging floral installation hung above the ceremony altar combined with dried palms, creamy large roses, and sprays of eucalyptus, which flowed into the bride bouquet with added pops of color including creamsicle ranunculus and blushing bride protea. 

Rich textures of tamarind velvet linens, dried and fresh florals and a 3D floral cake added layers of detail and charm to the setting. Mercury glass candles topped with white pillar candles give the table a sparkle, paired with clear vintage goblets and asymmetrical floral arrangements.

Fantastic specialty cocktails in coupe glasses skillfully created by Peak Beverage matched the color palate.

Coordinating bar signage, invitations, and place cards designed by Sarah Meyer with incredible texture and dimension. 

Chic white lounge furniture provided guests with a comfortable place to kick back and enjoy the good times. 

Venue: Blanc Denver

Planning: Sugar Willow Events

Photographer: For the West and Wild

Paper: Designs by Sarah Meyer

Beverage: Peak Beverage

Sweets: A Cake Come True

Florist: Reverie Floral

Bridal Boutique: Emma & Grace

Gown Designer: Willowby

Brides Bag: Jay Davis Bags

Grooms Attire: Ted’s Clothiers

Beauty: SMASH Beauty Bar

Jewelry: Engage Jeweler

Rentals: Hazel Grove Rentals

Linens: La Tavola

Copper Sign Holder: Table Curated

Feature:  Rocky Mountain Bride Spring/Summer 2020