This June we had the privilege of designing some of our most favorite bouquets. Laura’s was no exception! She wanted something really natural with an elegant feel. They were married at the beautiful Shove Chapel and then celebrated at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. We loved being a part of their wedding! Thank you!!

cymbidium orchids, garden roses, succulents, scabiosa pods, hypericum berries

Isn’t she the cutest flower girl!! I loved the color of the bridesmaids dresses Laura picked. So pretty!!

Flower girl halo  

Gorgeous bride! I love the elegance of her dress and her veil was beautiful. Her bouquet was filled with lots of texture- berries, scabiosa pods, succulents and mixed grasses. We softened it with garden roses, stock, lisianthus, and cymbidium orchids.

Dahlia and succulents

Dahlias, bird nests and eggs, grasses, lisianthus

Nest, peacock feathers, dahlias, scabiosa

Thank you so much to Jonathan Betz Photography for the beautiful pictures!


We were so honored to be apart of Goodwill’s annual fundraiser in Colorado Springs this August. The event helps to raise funds designated to diverse programs assisting individuals with economic and developmental challenges.

The theme was French Elegant and we worked with some amazing ladies to plan the event. We had beautiful light green and pink toile linens, a lovely table setting, and wonderful food and wine.  The evening was enchanting! Thank you for allowing us to be a part of it.

Tablescape, toile linens, Colorado Springs event florist

Our first design was a beautiful vase collage with tulips, dahlias, phlox, mini green hydrangea, lisianthus, stock, and coleus.

Colorado Springs Non-profit event florist     

The second design was a pedestal vase with natural elements of limes, scented geranium,  hanging amaranthus, dahlias, freesia, dianthus and hypericum berry.

lantern arrangement

The third design was a lantern with roses, lisianthus, hydrangea, freesia, and lush greenery.

Photographer :: carly mitchell photography // Catering :: Summit Catering // Tent and Rentals :: Event Rents


I cannot say enough wonderful things about Amanda and JP. They are such a sweet couple. When I met with them last year, we just clicked. At their consultation, they were describing all the things I love in floral design-bold, fun colors and natural, textural elements, and to top it off they both LOVED flowers!!

They were married at The Lodge at Cathedral Pines. This is one of our favorite venues because of it’s beautiful scenery and the setting is very intimate. It’s really a blank canvas to create the wedding of your dreams.


We lined the aisles with these beautiful lanterns filled with dahlias, freesia, astilbi, and seeded eucalyptus.


The brides’s bouquet included dahlias, coral peonies (my favorite!!), stock, freesia, carolina sapphire (to bring a touch of the mountain feel), hypericum berry, scabiosa, and ranunculus. The bridesmaids bouquets included  roses, dahlias, scabiosa pods, astilbi, and mixed grasses.

We LOVE how the arch turned out. A lovely pop of color in the forest!


The groom loves to garden and the couple lives in California, so the decided to have a “unity tree”! They had a small orange tree they watered together. Love, love, love this idea!

Their centerpieces were mixed rustic boxes with peonies, stock, ranunculus, freesia, and astilibi. We re-used the lanterns on the other tables to give the reception more interest.

Photographer: Christine Z Photography // Venue: The Lodge at Cathedral Pines // Catering: Picnic Basket // Cake: Chef Sugar’s



We were so excited to be a part of this special wedding at Cielo at Castle Pines. Sarah looked amazing and Kevin was lookin’ pretty sharp too. Sarah really trusted us to create an amazing bouquet for her. Loved the yellow and platinum together.

yellow and grey wedding yellow and grey wedding 

The bride’s bouquet included yellow finess roses, freesia, protea, billy balls, succulents, and dusty miller. LOVE all the texture and soft feminine look!

Yellow Freesia, finesse roses, billy balls, succulents

Lovely Photos by Elizabeth Ann Photography

Whitney and Scott were a sweet couple with a great vision! They were married at the Garden of the Gods Club in Colorado Springs. Whitney had chosen ivory colored bridesmaid dresses so the flowers were really a beautiful accent. She wanted her wedding to be classically elegant, with touches of vintage. I love the way everything turned out!

The bridesmaid bouquets were lavender and ivory with roses, sweet peas, stock, limonium, and wax flower. The bride’s bouquet was made up of ivory peonies, garden roses, sahara roses, stock, sweet pea, and dahlias. I love their pearl necklaces!


The groom’s boutonniere was a garden rose and champagne spray roses and the groomsmen’s boutonnieres were a lavender rose.


Their centerpieces were a mix of lavender stock, sahara roses, sweet peas and wax flower and paired with an ivory pillar candle.

Photographer: Kathryn Bacalis Photography

Venue: Garden of the Gods Club

Bride’s Dress: Something New Boutique

This weekend we did a beautiful wedding in a meadow with Pikes Peak in the background. It was gorgeous. The aisle was lined with beautiful pomander balls that had a garden, vintage feel and the hanging amaranthus was beautiful blowing in the breeze.

The reception was in a tent in the meadow as well. They chose beautiful brown chiavari chairs, rose inlaid table clothes, plum napkins, and gorgeous stemware. The centerpieces were three different vases with dahlias, lisianthus, spray roses, privet berry, hypericum berry, veronica, and hanging amaranthus.

We can’t wait to show you this beautiful bride and her bouquet…to be continued!

Dahlia, lisianthus, spray roses, hypericum berry, privet berry, hanging amaranthus

garden vintage arrangement

dahlia, roses, lisianthus, sweet peas

Purple, green and ivory

Catering and table settings were provided by Cravings

Photos provided by Braindance Productions

This weekend we had the privilege of designing the flowers for a wedding at The Broadmoor Hotel. We loved working with Susan, Chris and their families! Here is a sneak peek of the arch at the ceremony and the centerpieces at the reception. (These are pictures from my phone. Professional ones to come from the talented Hardy Klahold)

Colorado Springs Wedding

Mountain View Terrace-a bride and groom have the ability to be under a covered area with two different layouts for the ceremony. It’s my favorite ceremony site at The Broadmoor.

Colorado Springs Wedding

Their reception was in the Main Ballroom. Stay tuned…

Catherine has 25 years experience in floral design-some of her favorite elements of design are texture, foliage and natural touches. She loves making bridal bouquets and has a modern touch to a traditional garden style.

Originally from the mid-west, loves knitting, riding her mountain bike, reading, spending time with family and grandson, and LOVES her coffee BOLD with a  splash of cream!

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Amber has 16 years experience in floral design and loves monochromatic designs with texture and flow.

A small-town girl that loves people and their stories. She loves spending time with her family and running. She has started competing in 1/2 marathons and loves them. She loves her coffee with 1/2 the caffeine, 1/2 the fat and all the mocha!

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We became friends  while working at another floral studio and since have loved each others company, friendship and love for weddings and floral design.

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The lovely photos are by the talented Karie Mclain