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We deliver weddings within 4-6 hours of Denver. Many of my clients are married at event centers in Denver, Estes Park, Lyons, Breckenridge, and Vail Colorado. If you are planning your ceremony for the mountains, but live in the Front Range, please give us a call. It is easier to meet with us than drive 100's of miles. Save time and money by going with a top rated Denver area florist on Google+ .
About Our Wedding Bouquets
This page has images of wedding bouquets I have made. I have experience working with all couples and love helping you design flowers that compliment your vision, theme, attire, and budget. Depending on the type of ceremony, there may be more than one bridal bouquet or just a great pair of boutonnieres. However, this page is dedicated to wedding bouquet designs. All the wedding bouquets on this page are from events I have done in the past. Every couple has a unique vision for their event and I pride myself in being able to design your flowers that exceed your expectations.
Wedding Bouquet Themes
Wedding bouquets need to match your attire, but can also have themes. For example, a Christmas wedding may have a red, white, and green color theme. Winter bouquets may have pine cones and evergreens, while fall bouquets may have Sunflowers, red and orange Roses or Gerbera Daisies and even Wheat Grass. Mountain weddings may have an all natural flower feel with wild flowers. Or, you may want a rich and elegant cascading bouquet. I listen to your ideas and consider your themes, colors, location of event, and budget. I love helping you design the perfect wedding bouquet that encompasses all these elements.
The best type of wedding bouquet
There is no best wedding bouquet, but some flowers are more fragile than others. Some types of Lilies can bruise and yellow when touched. Some flowers need a water source so they remain vibrant for the entire event. Other flowers may not be in season or difficult to obtain at certain times of the year. I have made wedding bouquets with just about every kind of flower and can help guide you through the pros and cons of each variety.