Kelsie and Daniel got married at Lionsgate on a beautiful day last September. Lionsgate is a really fun venue for me because it is actually pretty close to my studio in Longmont, and they have so many fun different locations on site. I believe showing real weddings I’ve done on my blog is a great way for you to get a feel for what your wedding venue might look like! Seeing real weddings at your venue is a great way for you to get a feel of what it looks like “in action” and what and where flowers might be great to incorporate!
As I mentioned, Kelsie and Daniel got married on a lovely day last September at Lionsgate. Lionsgate is such a unique venue because it has so many unique locations right on site. They have so many different options for ceremony location and two different reception locations. Kelsie and Daniel got married under the large outdoor arch, which was just gorgeous! They chose to accent it with super romantic greenery.
Kelsie and Daniel chose such a beautiful color scheme for their day. They went with very boho, earthy colors that I just love. For her bouquet, Kelsie chose a romantic, loose, boho bouquet for herself. And for Daniel, they chose to do a really simple boutonniere accented with white flowers and a GORGEOUS leather ribbon that I am just in love with.
As I’ve mentioned a couple times now, Lionsgate is so fun because they have so many unique locations. One of the best is the chandelier barn they have. I’m not joking, this barn makes for some of the most stunning portraits I have ever seen. Also, I love doing florals in here because there are so many unique options! I’ve done everything from altar arrangements to covering the staircase with greenery and everything just looks so stunning.
I take a lot of pride in creating a beautiful, simple and easy floral experience for you. I want nothing more than for you to be happy with your day! Featuring real weddings on my blog is a great way to showcase some of my favorite venues and flowers I’ve done! If you need some more inspiration you can check out the rest of the blog or my Pinterest. Or if you have any questions, feel free to reach out! I always love hearing from couples and learning new venues. So if you don’t see your venue, don’t worry!
And finally, as always, I wanted to wish a final congratulations to my beautiful couple. Cheers to many years of happiness!