From Heather at Calluna Events:
Jamesy & Alex were married in late September on a picture perfect day at Jamey’s parents home in Niwot, CO. One week prior Colorado had been ravaged by 100 year floods and we were uncertain if any event was going to take place. Luckily the sun was shining brightly and because their wedding was at a private home and not affected by the floods. Throughout the entire planning process we worked hand in hand with Jamesy and her Mom start to finish. Jamesy’s aesthetic, design and attention to detail was apparent from the beginning and we loved her vision for the day from he lace runners down to the mismatched gold candelabras and votives lining the table, complimenting the flowers from Cori Cook Floral. The photographer was the lovely and oh-so-talented Katie Thurmes from Jenna Walker Photography. We were honored to work alongside some of our favorite vendors for Jamey & Alex’s day: Cori Cook provided the stunning florals, innovative food stations by Catering by Design, Lana Frankel of Lana’s Shop designed the stationery suite down to their menus and more.
From Lana of Lana’s Shop:
We loved getting to work with the stunning and creative bride, Jamesy, on a custom menus for her intimate & romantic backyard wedding.
Jamesy’s vision was for the menus to be graphic and clean, while still whimsical. We made the menus oversized, and used playful fonts paired with a clean solid background color. The organic illustrations completed the look by framing the copy. And look at the cutest sweetheart table you ever did see!The sweetheart table, was an old table on my porch. Jamesy and her mother totally transformed it by reupholstered the cushions and got the wood to glisten.
From Cori of Cori Cook Floral:
Jamesy’s florals were romantic and whimsical. We were going for a natural, garden feel in blushes, ivories, and muted greens. Her florals included café au lait dahlias, sahara roses, stock, succulents, hypericum berries, spray roses, scabiosa pods and flowers, fragrant bayleaf, blooming jasmine vine and dusty miller. Her tables were styled with antique lace runners, a lush floral centerpiece in a low gold bowl, ivory taper candles in mixed gold holders, mercury glass votives with candles and single sahara rose blooms.
Jamesey wore a whimsical head wreath made of juliet roses, small white spray roses, wax flower, jasmine vine and seeded eucalytpus. Blown open roses were found everywhere, from topping cupcakes, to petals floating in the pool, to adorning the arch at ceremony.
We couldn’t have enjoyed this wedding more!