When it came to Brenda and Ted’s wedding, peonies were the name of the game. And their June wedding called for in-season blooms and a lush, romantic color palette. As a Front Range wedding florist, we get the opportunity to design wedding florals for so many great couples. Brenda and Ted were no exception, and we wanted to share a few highlights from their wedding with you all here on the blog.
Seeing the enormous peonies in this bridal bouquet just brings a smile to our faces! Brenda’s bouquet featured in-season blooms, which was perfect for a June wedding. The coral charm peonies, blush and white peonies, Lily of the Valley, and Kahala garden roses made for a romantic, yet fun combination.
Brenda and Ted married at Wedgewood on Boulder Creek which has a lovely stone and wood beam arch at the altar. They wanted us to dress it up, so we created a lush floral arch featuring Kahala garden roses and peonies. The blooms are so plentiful you can practically smell them just from looking at the picture! To see how we upgraded this arch at another recent wedding, check out this blog post.
The happy couple’s reception featured farmhouse-style seating. Since smaller tables lend themselves more easily to traditional centerpieces, we made sure there were still plenty of pops of color up and down the tables, with both roses in bud vases and greenery and roses scattered on the tables.
And our last floral touch? A cascading peony and rose cake topper to go on a lovely, simple cake by Kelly Leigh Cakes. We think it turned out quite nicely!
Brenda and Ted—we are so happy for the two of you. Thank you so much for including us in your wedding day. And thanks to all the vendors involved for another wonderful event, and Libby Holmes Photography for all of these amazing shots!