Oh THANK HEAVEN FOR LITTLE GIRLS…and Baby Showers…and glitter…and sequins! We wanted to take a moment in our off season to show off some of our other work. We LOVE weddings, but we also love all other celebrations! So in this post we wanted to show some of our ideas for a sophisticated glam baby shower that highlights all things girly! We had sooo much fun with the linens from La Tavola and great rentals from All Well Rents. One of my favorite things in design is to mix textures and patterns that compliment one another. You will find fun examples of this with the soft petal linen contrasted with the chevron sequin overlay.
Another one of my favorite things to do for parties is to have real glassware for beverages. It elevates the event a notch and it’s actually not expensive to rent them for your party. The ones we have here are the Daiquiri glass from All Well Rents. And the bonus is…you don’t have to wash them!! Just return them dirty!
So keep us in mind for all your party planning needs! We’d love to help style & design your next great event!
This blog post has been a bit daunting because I do not know how to capture the magic of this wedding in words and photos alone…however, I’m so excited to share it with you! Tricia & Eric were amazing clients…the kind we dream of! Their excitement to become husband and wife was infectious and the main focus of their short engagement. They viewed this commitment with the utmost reverence and couldn’t wait to throw the most unbelievable party to celebrate with their friends & family!
The decision to have the wedding on New Years Eve was carefully weighed and determined to be the perfect night to invite all their friends & family to a black tie, downtown Denver, winter soiree. Because Tricia & Eric were so busy during this short engagement, they allowed me the freedom to create a space & set the stage that would capture who they are, what their love represents, and how they wanted to celebrate…and because it was New Year’s Eve…we got to use LOTS of GLITTER!!
We selected one of my favorite downtown Denver Venues, The Studio Loft and Kevin Taylor’s at the Opera House. Both of these spaces offer the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable event. I was so inspired as the couple challenged me to blend Eric’s cool, modern, downtown style (seen in the venue) and Tricia’s boho, free spirited, romantic style (seen in the decor). And I couldn’t have done it without my amazing vendors! DesignWorks Denver helped bring my vision to life in the ceremony space with miles of draped fabric, candles and lighting. Then Liz & Cori from Cori Cook Floral Designs blew our minds with the floral installations and centerpieces. They always go above and beyond my expectations and that’s why they are my favorite gals to work with! And let’s not forget the linens from LA Tavola! Linens might be my favorite indulgence in event design and this couple let me go all out with tablescapes that made jaws drop.
But that’s enough from me…enjoy the photos brought to you by Preston Utley. And if you want to see Tricia & Eric’s wedding video check it here!
Meeting Cory & Greg and getting to work with them was such a joy! Their love for one another is centered on a deep friendship and humor that keeps everyone around them laughing. They also have a brilliant sophistication that was reflected in their Black Tie Wedding in Downtown Denver at Kevin Taylor’s at The Opera House. This August Wedding was one of my favorites this summer!
And we can’t forget the fun in the Photo Booth! Brought to you my Bamboo Booth…you can tell this was a fun group!!
Many Thanks to ALL of the great Vendors who made this wedding happen!
Lindsey and Seth tied the knot at Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, with their beautiful reception at Chastain Horse Park filled with so much southern-elegance. Lindsey is very detail oriented and you will enjoy seeing this throughout the photos here! I have been so blessed to have another amazing couple to work with and wish them the best of luck. A special thanks goes out to Three Pennies for the stunning photos!
Stephanie and Mike tied the knot on Cinco de Mayo this year at The Foundry at Puritan Mill. The colorful details of this wedding will intrigue you, especially the estate table! This wedding reflected the couple’s fun, energetic, and romantic personalities. After the ceremony, guests enjoyed margaritas, the house drink chosen by the bride in celebration of Cinco De Mayo. Our fellow Auburn Tigers were so much fun to work with and was an unforgettable event!