Evelyn + Josh’s summer soiree wedding is sure to make any hopeless romantic swoon. With design notes inspired by delicate, refined and feminine accents, the Denver Botanic Gardens was the only choice for a celebration of 80 guests on a sunny day in June.
We embraced each corner of the grounds to create “roaming” garden party vibes, finding beauty and purpose in our surroundings and a space that was so important to the nearly newlyweds. With a glass of sparkling in hand, stylish guests pursued the property before settling in to watch E + J share their forever vows in the iconic Romantic Gardens, flanked by lush foliage accented by blooming arrangements. Using the garden and it’s seasonal blooms as our compass, primary petal design by Figment Floral was strategically bloom forward yet intentional, playing with the negative space in a way that has come so naturally into trend this year.
Once the party meandered over to the Orangery greenhouse for cocktails and dinner, the theme continued through playful combinations of uniquely cut china glassware and swoon-worthy floral linens – nodding to classic touches without dipping into trite or tradition. The result? A fresh, curated and memorable celebration for two very special people lifted in love and warmth of their closest friends. The festivities finished in the third and final stop of the evening with the beats of The Get Down Co in Marnie’s Pavilion, lending to the distinctive path of this urban garden wedding.
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Wedding Planner | Calluna Events
Venue | Denver Botanic Gardens
Catering | Occasions Catering
Photographer | Hannah Quintana
Videographer | Majestic Films
DJ | The Get Down Co
Rentals | Colorado Party Rentals
Lighting + Photo Booth | My Elite DJ
Desserts | Born 2 Bake Bakery
Florals | Figment Floral
Beverages | Argonaut Wine & Liquor
Beauty | Ember Salon Boulder
Transportation | Jays Valet
Gown | Anne Barge from Little White Dress
Tux | Ted Baker
Getting Ready Venue | Hotel Clio