Barbara and Sam had a lovely Denver wedding. Everything about the day was perfect, from the fall weather, to the colorful flowers, and meaningful traditions. The best thing about working with Barbara and Samuel is that they put a lot of trust into their vendors, allowing us to do what we do best! Barbara and Samuel wanted to tie in some classic elements which contrasted nicely with the industrial vibe on the venue. Their outdoor ceremony had a Chuppah made of aspen branches and covered with delicate sheer draping and greenery.
The black napkins, grey tapers candles, and copper flatware provided the perfect backdrop for the whimsical centerpieces. They were lush and full with berry, lavender, blush, marsala, and amber colors. With all of the streamlined details and the simple but industrial backdrop of Blanc, the flowers really stood out and pulled the color palette together, making the feel of the reception seamless.
The photo booth backdrop consisted of natural greenery and doubled as a great backdrop for the couple to sign their ketubah. It was great to be able to use this beautiful installation for multiple purposes. The original plan was to sign the ketubah in front of a white wall but using the backdrop instead really added to the photos and makes them extra special.
One my favorite elements of their wedding was the Mezinka, which is a Jewish tradition honoring the parents who have just married off their last child. Barbara and Samuel crowned her parents and their guests danced a celebratory circle around them.
Photographer: Michele Hart | Florals: Park Floral Design | Planning: A Vintage Affair Events | Venue: Blanc | Catering: Footers | Desert: Bumblebee | Ceremony Music: Susie Peek | Reception Music and Photo Booth: Elite DJ | Officiant: Rabbi Lev | Hair: Alex Cox | Makeup: Faces by Liz | Flatware Rentals: Allwell | Alcohol: Peak Beverage | Transportation: Ramblin Express | Nanny: Charity Hardin | Hotel: Hotel Monaco