Some of my Favorite Flower Creations by Tall Tulips
Tall Tulips, located in Steamboat Springs, creates magic with flowers. This summer, I had the opportunity to collaborate with them on a number of weddings. Here are three of my favorites from this past season. A big shout out to Olivia, Amy and the Tall Tulips team.
Taylor and Brian's Wedding, September, Catamount Ranch & Club
From the very beginning, Taylor let me know she loved flowers. So I matched her up with Tall Tulips and together they created some fun and unique floral elements. The photo wall arrangement was one of my favorite arrangements of the season. Each reception table had a unique array of succulents and bud vases and wooden rounds were used to create height and variety. A hanging ladder decorated with greenery hung over the head table and the ceremony site was adorned with one of the most gorgeous arches ever!
Photos by Cali Frankovic.
Heidi and Chris' Wedding, August, Marabou Ranch
Heidi's theme was 'clean and textural bohemian - neutral whites and silvery greens with pops of blue'. Wow, did I love what Tall Tulips came up with. I loved the unique combination of flowers and grasses that included pampa grass, eucalyptus, delphinium, southern smilax, roses, silver brunea, white clematis and seasonal grasses. I think all couples should have a circular arch!
Photos by Caitlin Steuben Photography.
Meagan and Matthew's Wedding, June, Flying Diamond Ranch
When Meagan told me that she wanted a burgundy color palette, I knew we would get on well as it's my favorite color! Burgundy isn't a typical color choice for a June wedding but I don't believe in following rules. In my opinion, it's your day and you can choose to have whatever you want. I loved the contrast of the burgundy with the vivid green meadows and trees. Due to an unexpected snow storm (on Summer Solstice!) we had to move the ceremony indoors but with some advance planning and the dream team from Tall Tulips, we created an unforgettable indoor ceremony that ended up being even more beautiful than the planned outdoor ceremony spot.
Photos by Seedhouse Photography.