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Beaver Creek Wedding Flowers | Kate & Phil | Cori Cook Floral Design

Ahhh!  Coral Peonies.  Juliet Garden roses.  Two of my absolute favorite things on this earth!  

I hope you enjoyed my sneak peak of Kate’s wedding last week.  Like I said before, Kate writes her own floral blog (of which I follow!) and had a specific vision about her wedding flowers.  I love how her bouquets and centerpieces turned out.  Natural, organic shapes and textures, while sophisticated and cheery.  As a floral designer working for another designer, you always hold your breath until you’re absolutely sure what you designed was what she wanted!  And it was.  The day after her wedding I got this text: “Cori—these flowers are straight out of my dreams.”  A great way to end a fabulous weekend of designing!

VENDOR LOVE:
Photography: Lori Yohe of The Purple Tree Photography
Floral Design: Us!  Cori Cook Floral Design
Planning/Coordination: Gemini Event Planning
Ceremony Venue: The Chapel at Beaver Creek
Reception Venue: Splendidio at the Chateaux

Bridesmaid Bouquets: Coral Peonies, Juliet Garden Roses, Try Ivy, Peony Tulips, and Fuchsia Spray Roses.  Hand-tied in navy silk ribbon.  Bridal Bouquet: Coral Peonies, Peony Tulips, and Juliet Garden Roses.

Centerpieces were organically-shaped beauties designed in vintage, milkglass pedestal vases.  If you love these vases, let me know!  They are one of our favorite rental items.  Flowers included in the centerpieces were coral peonies, fuchsia peonies, parrot tulips, peony tulips, vined kumquats, Juliet garden roses, poppies, spray roses, ranunculus, and try ivy.  

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