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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Weddings

Mile High Station | Denver Wedding Flowers | Michelle + Michael

Ahhhh!  Stylish brides and maids are my very favorite!  After all, why do we make our best buddies all wear the same thing on the day of our wedding?  Instead, let’s let them shine in the dress of their choice.  Always turns out much better anyways…see for yourself!

VENDOR LOVE
Photography: Zach & Michelle Wear of Revert Photo
Florals: Cori Cook Floral Design
Venue: Mile High Station

Yellow, monochromatic bridesmaid bouquets, unique to each lovely lady.  Tulips, China Mums, Roses, Calla Lilies, and Gerbera Daisies.  Bride carried a lovely mixed white and yellow bouquet with accents of dusty miller and grey berzilla berry.  And for the record, the pewter/yellow/white color combo just isn’t getting old for me.  It is versitile and very much still alive in my heart!

The Groom’s Boutonniere was made of a yellow mini calla lily, dusty miller leaf backing, and grey berzilla berries.  Finished off with lovely skinny grosgrain ribbon in pewter!

Bridal Bouquet was made of roses, garden roses, freesia, lisanthus, grey berzilla berries, and dusty miller.

Sweetest flower girl ever.  With her yellow button mum pomander!

Centerpieces were clear cube vases lined in variegated ti leaves.  With lush yellow and white arrangement of hydrangea, garden roses, roses, lisanthus, ti leaf loops, tulips, grey berzilla berries, and dusty miller (above).  Taller Centerpieces were peppered throughout the venue with submerged calla lilies, oncidium orchids, and lily grass swirls.  Complete with a white floating candle.  

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