Bijal & Amit | Denver Wedding

Denver Wedding

We had the honor of working with Bijal and Amit for over a year to create a one of a kind Denver wedding for their friends and family. Along the way we learned more about the amazing Indian culture and we feel in love with their heart, soul and traditions. Our froom ar

We wanted the ceremony to feel like a sunrise and implemented a beautiful ombre color scheme for the Mandaap. The reception chairs well elegantly displayed in royal gold. The florals were our favorite touch. It is traditional for a groom to arrive via elephant in Indian wedding, We didn't have one elephant, we had six! Made out of flowers that is! We loved this sweet and unique personal touch. 

After the ceremony guests enjoyed lunch from an array of food trucks in the outside pavilion and then returned to their hotel to change for the reception that evening. While guests were freshening up, we set to work transforming the ballroom into a midnight ball. Deep blues find the space as we projected an amazing gobo on soft drape, complete with a moon. Guests danced the night away and the grand finale was 20 pounds of confetti pouring form the ceiling. 

This wedding was definitely one for the books! 

We are in awe of the images that Jared Captured of this wedding

Denver Wedding Images

Denver Wedding Video 

Vendor Team : Planning : First Look Events | Venue: Seawell Grand Ballroom | Photography: Jared Wilson Photography  | Videography: Love Story Films | Mandaap: Lotus Pod Studio | Florals: Plum Sage Flowers | Hair: Fluff Color | Makeup: Kari Kisch | Henna: Hummingbird Henna | Catering: Epicurean Catering | Rentals: Event Rents

Ken & Dave | Urban Denver Wedding

When we first met with Ken and Dave they had a clear vision of the era they wanted to channel for their wedding day. We highlighted the best of 1950's mid-mid style for their wedding reception at Michael Warren Contempory Gallery in the heart of the Santa Fe Arts district. We love the clean color palette and straight lines that were so prominent in this era. The highlight of the decor was a beautiful custom made bar paired with gorgeous gold bar stools. A stunning lounge anchored by a luscious blue velvet couch allowed guest to mingle in style. We also gave a nod to the era through the delicious food including deviled eggs, chicken and biscuits and shrimp shooters! 

 

 

Planning & Design: First Look Events |Venue : Michael Warren Galary  | Catering: Three Tomatoes | Photography : France Marron Photography | Lounge & Bar: Eclectic Hive | Cab tables and bar stools : Charming Chairs | Beverage : Peak Beverage | Sign: Sweet Zion Paperie | Lighting :  Elite Productions

Putting the Art in Party!

When I set out to plan my daughters birthday, I knew I wanted something that would be fun for all of the kids with a fun fun design details. I asked Emma what she would want and she quickly said an “art party”! I set off to create a beautiful and fun joint birthday party for my two girls

Being an event planner for a living allows me to create beautiful events for other people, but this was the first time I could be my own client!  I knew I wanted something fun and interactive for the kids. I came up with the idea to cut and paint old refrigerator boxes into life size easels for the kids. The creation station featured paint pens, markers, artists wipes,(wet wipes) and bubbles. I put all natural food coloring in bubbles and when the kids blew the bubbles onto the canvas they popped and created art. Each child had a canvas with their name on it and had a blast creating their own masterpiece. To create a dramatic backdrop (and protect our fence!) I ordered plastic tablecloths that I hung so they appeared to be pouring out of paint cans, I designed the stickers for the paint cans to match the balloons, streamers, and tablecloths.

After creating masterpieces of their own the kids found their cookie placecards and went to work decorating their own cupcakes. One long table featured brightly colored flowers, aprons and cupcakes for each kiddo. I made the easels that held the cookies out of colored popsicle sticks.

Cake is probably my favorite part of any celebration and I have definitely passed that love on to my girls. Emma’s cake was a painting of curious George, which happens to be her favorite book, accompanied by a paint can made of cake and her sisters 1 year smash cake was a painters palate. Yes the yellow Curious George “picture”, paint can an palette are all 100% cake!! 

The moment Emma walked into the backyard and started pointing out every little detail, I knew this would be a party both of us would never forget.  We are FOREVER grateful to our dear friends Rachael and Gina for helping us bring our vision to life!

 

We are thrilled to see this party published on Pretty My Party

Photography: Jason + Gina Photographers,| Rentals : Event Rents | Floral : Statice Floral |

Invitation: New Leaf Creative | Cakes: Intricate Icings, www.intricateicings.com | Dresses : KG Laser and design