The bouquet to the left has peach ranunculus right in the middle. Ranunculus have thin, tissue-like petals, and are quite hardy in summer bouquets. They are available most months of the year. Mango calla lilies are the orangey-yellowy flower right next to the ranunculus. They are very hardy, and work very well in boutonnieres. This bouquet has some fun textural elements as well, like the kangaroo paw sticking out, the bright green "trick" flower, seeded eucalyptus in the front, and locally grown crabapples! We encourage you to have fun with the items we choose for your bouquets! The bouquet also has dahlias in it... but check out the ones below for a better shot!
This bouquet is filled with some of our favorites, and some locally grown options as well! Colorado grown dahlias in peach and coral, and awesome peach ranunculus. This gives you a soft, romantic look with less texture and more structure. One of Denver's best wedding photographers, Kokoro Photography, did a fabulous job with the photos from this wedding. Some snapshots from the event, which was at Villa Parker, are below. Check out the chuppah we built with hops all over it! The groom brewed beer, so we used hops for the wedding flowers. That very ruffly looking flower you see all over? That's a peach Juliet garden rose. Could they be any prettier?