December 30, 2019

RMB Featured Florist —Holiday Cocktails Edition

If you are planning a wedding in Colorado, you are probably familiar with the publication Rocky Mountain Bride. And in the Fall/Winter 2019 edition, we were honored to be a RMB Featured Florist in a fun article about holiday cocktails. Rocky Mountain Bride is a go-to for all things wedding. They feature all the favorite venues and vendors, bridal shops, and upcoming wedding trends. And what could be more amazing than a photoshoot featuring hand-crafted cocktails and beautiful winter flowers?

Craft Holiday Cocktails are a Must-Try

RMB Featured Florist

For this feature, our friends over at Oak & Olive were asked to share a few craft cocktails to give ideas to fall and winter brides. Plus, they published some of the tasty recipes for RMB readers to enjoy. Some of the drinks featured in the article are the festive Harvest Margarita and Spiced Frost Cosmo. Make sure you click over to the magazine and find the feature on pages 120-125 for the recipes.

RMB Featured Florist for Extra Flair

Rocky Mountain Bride feature

While Oak & Olive were there to show off their incredible drinks, Painted Primrose was there to make these guys look extra good. We created several wintery floral arrangements placed around the bartender during the photoshoot. For the entire bar area, we also set up greenery draping over the sides and adding some vibrant color to the scene.

We set up shop for the shoot at Realm in Denver, one of the best studios for clean, classy photoshoots like this one. It was the perfect backdrop for these upscale drinks, mustachioed bartender, and our bright florals.

Overall, we couldn’t be more pleased with how the photoshoot or the article turned out. Root and Blossom did an incredible job with the photography, and we are so thankful we got to share a few of our favorite images with you here on our blog!

Vendor List

Venue: Realm Denver

Bar Catering Experience: Oak & Olive

Floral: Painted Primrose

Photography: Root and Blossom Photography

Stationary: Lucky Onion

Rocky Mountain Bride Featured Vendor

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