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!
We do custom weddings. It’s our thing. We want our brides to feel special and valued on their big day and part of that is personalizing their flowers to their unique personalities and interests. For some this means incorporating their grandmother’s vintage brooch on their bouquet. For others, it means using flowers that have special meaning to them. For Jodi it meant designing flowers that not only coordinated with Crooked Willow’s country luxe feel, but that also celebrated her and Drew’s love story. To do this, we took one of Jodi’s favorite flowers – sunflowers – and created centerpieces that revolved around this flower and arranged them in hand-stained wooden boxes that had a each personalized “J + D” carved into them. For some we designed sunflower pomanders on giant manzinita branches (these were over 5 ft. tall!). And for a lower centerpiece, we designed a country-luxe arrangement of hydrangea, sunflowers, billy balls, wheat, and dusty miller. I love how they both turned out.
The other thing I love about this wedding was the perfectly coordinated details. From start to finish, there was a strong sunflower, country luxe theme that manifested itself in each detail. Escort Cards were attached to small metal horseshoes. Each place setting had a rattan charger plate with a packet of sunflower seeds as favors. All around Crooked Willow were hand-painted wooden signs directing guests where to go. There was a western wheel chandelier that hung above the dance floor with a swanky lounge area for relaxing, complete with western furniture provided by Crooked Willow. Jessica did fantastic job with all these details and was a joy to work with every step of the way. Congratulations, Jodi & Drew! You two are the sweetest!!!
Photography: Jenna Walker Photographers
Planning: Jessica of Tre Sorella
Paperware: Fleur de Lis, A Paperie
Floral Design: Cori Cook Floral Design
Reception Venue: Crooked Willow Farms in Larkspur
Caterer: Epicurean Catering
Cake: Intricate Icings
Tent: Event Rents
Linens: Kimi Hansen from Apres Party & Tent Rental
Decor/Lighting: Rodd Metcalf from LMD Productions
DJ: Jeff Hughes (violinist) and DJ Q
Cocktails Entertainment: Derek Evilsizor
Transportation: Fox Limo
Hayride: Gary from Kodiak Ranch
Wedding Dress: Amsale from Felice Bridal Salon
Groom/Groomsmen Attire: Al’s Formal Wear
Bridal & Bridesmaid Jewelry: Kathryn Giarrantano Jewelry
Videographer: Creative Mountain Images
Make Up: Aldo Celeste, Flirt Salon
Hair: Kristina Perreco, A New Image Salon (303.313.9791)
The wedding party switched to cowboy boots for the reception!
Another look at that composit bouquet. It’s safe to say I loved it (:
The ballroom at Crooked Willow.
Left: Place settings complete with rattan chargers, a linen napkin with menu and sunflower seed packets. Right: Our tall centerpiece. 5 ft. tall manzinita branches with 2 sunflower pomanders and hanging votives, sunflowers spilling out of the wooden box. Wooden box is hand-stained and carved with Jodi & Drew’s initials.
The low version of the centerpiece. A mixed arrangement of hydrangea, sunflowers, billy balls, wheat, and dusty miller.
I was in love with this cake made by Rachael at Intricate Icings. She is seriously amazing.
It was a stunning work of art!!!
Horseshoe escort cards.