Real Wedding Inspiration :: The Flower House, Denver, Colorado

Julie and Joe’s “fairy tale” wedding took place at the Cherokee Ranch and Castle in Sedalia, Colorado. The breathtaking castle is located on 3100 private acres overlooking a scenic valley with a view of the Rocky Mountains.

The bride’s vision was romantic elegance with touches of sparkle and whimsy.
The color palette of pale pink, lavender, and sand was perfect for the romantic feel Julie wanted.
The flowers consisted of roses in several varieties including Cool Water, Ocean Song, Quick Sand, and my personal favorite- Sophie. We also included apricot, lavender and pale pink stock, pale pink and green hydrangea, kale, french lavender, calcinia, lavender clematis, and southern smilax for textures.

The bride’s cascading bouquet was made to flow and compliment her stunning Vera Wang gown. We used hydrangea, cafe au lait dahlias, white celmatis, calcinia, ranunculus, and a variety of roses. Boutonnieres were made with small groupings of lavender.

Cascading white bridal bouquet

The bridesmaids carried hand tied gatherings of stock.
Pink stock bouquet

The ceremony decor incorporated a custom iron piece adorned with southern smilax and clematis vine.
Ceremony site at Cherokee Castle and Ranch Sedalia Colorado

Cascading garden style bouquet

Umbrella with gardlands

elegant reception tent

elegant tent settings

The bride’s mom provided 8 large glass vases which were hung in the tent and filled with sweet smelling stock. They added a nice design element to the tent and created a warm and garden feel.
hanging arrangement of stock

garden centerpiece with roses

Head table design with a lot of flowers

head table flower design

The tall centerpieces were constructed with a base of iron and manzanita. The low centerpieces were made in beautiful resin bowls with an old world look.
Tall flower centerpiece for weddings

pink rose and hydrangea centerpiece

wedding cake design

first dance

Vendors:
An amazing team of vendors made the entire event possible.
T’Da Design provided a fabulous backdrop with tent decor, lighting, draping, and even turned the tent poles into giant magnolia trees.
The bride’s lovely mother in conjunction with Colorado Wedding Company planned the fabulous evening.
The guests enjoyed scrumptious food by Footer’s Catering.
The divine cake was made by the uber talented Janusz at Elegant Bakery. Guests also enjoyed and late night treat with an ice cream cart by Little Man Ice Cream.
Beautiful linens were done by Chair Covers and Linens.
The beautiful photography was done by Erin Zahradka of Z-pics and Caroline Pippin of Pippin’s Pictures.

a note from Amy: The Flower House was truly honored to provide floral for such an incredibly gorgeous and sweet couple. We are thrilled this fairy tale wedding has been nominated in the best wedding category for the upcoming ICON awards in both People’s Choice and Judge’s Choice categories.

Thank you, Amy from The Flower House, for sharing this beautiful wedding that you designed! So lovely and inspiring!

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