Thanks for stopping by! I’m so excited you’re here! I am Cori – the owner and creative director of Cori Cook Floral Design! My world is my family and flowers and I am so grateful for this beautiful life. My heart and desire is that as you spend time exploring this journal, that you too, would be inspired to live your own kind of beautiful life! Cheers! 

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Cori Cook


Vail Wedding Florist | The Donovan Pavilion | Heather + Josh

Ever since I was given a yellow canopy bed as a little girl, I have always loved yellow.  Lucky for me, I got to do many a yellow wedding this year.  But my absolute favorite pairing with yellow is grey.  Charcoal, Pewter, Grey…whatever shade, I love it all.  

This wedding excudes CLASS.  Classy attire, classy colors, and classic beauty for flowers.  Plus, my dear friend, David Gaston, of Gaston Photography got some of my favorite ring bearer and flower girl shots to date.  They are a precious pair! 

Heather—I loved working with you every step of the way for your wedding!  You are the definition of true beauty.  Congrats to you and Josh!

Photography: Gaston Photography
Floral Design: Cori Cook Floral Design
Venue: Donovan Pavilion, Vail
Make-Up: Carissa Beauty 


Yellow Flower Girl Pomander made of yellow spray roses, with a lace loop.  Ring Bearer is wearing a mini boutonnière that matches the groomsmen boutonnières.  

The Bridal Bouquet was made of peonies, white and green hydrangea, gardenia, and veronica.  

Groom & Groomsmen Boutonnières were made of dusty miller leaf, scabiosa pods, and lily grass loops.  Tied in yellow ribbon.  

Chair Arrangements were made of peonies, spray roses, and garden roses, with varying shades of yellow and grey ribbon trails that looked amazing blowing in the breeze.

The Bridesmaid Bouquets were wrapped in yellow ribbon to coordinate with dresses with a white lace overlay.  

Half of the Centerpieces were tall cylinder vases with curly willow and white and green hydrangea.  With dendrobium orchids attached to the branches.  

The other half were a lower version of the tall centerpiece, with twisted curly willow inside the vase and a charming arrangement of white and green hydrangea.  Each vase had a lace banding.