On behalf of brides, grooms, and wedding connoisseurs everywhere, I just want to extend a huge thank you to Antrhopologie for providing us with so much chic, whimsy inspiration. When I heard this Colorado wedding was inspired by the store of lovelies, I knew I had to see more. Captured by Audrey Hannah, it is whimsical perfection. From the fanciful flowers from Cori Cook Floral Design, to the subtle bird element, to the cool, vintage door holding the escort cards, this wedding is perfectly beautiful. Click here for even more!
My husband and I met almost 3 years ago on an online dating service. I knew walking out of that first date at a coffee shop that I would be walking down the aisle toward that man one day. As sure as I was that this day would come, I never could have anticipated the priceless look on his face when I turned that corner. It was the highlight of the whole day and had the entire crowd in tears.
Our June Anthropologie-inspired wedding was brought to life through DIY projects and the floral genius of Cori Cook. For a fresh spring look we used grey, orchid green and robin’s egg blue focusing on a subtle bird theme while mixing the old and the new. While we wanted a fashionable wedding, it was also important to keep it genuine and approachable. The eclectic look of our aisle decor and centerpieces were done by combining various shapes, textures and colors. Colorful Anthropologie crackled pots filled with textured spring green florals played agains glass apothecary jars filled with moss and birds nests. Gorgeous bouquets were encircled by a willow boarder to add texture and tie in with the bird theme in a classy and unique way.
My husband and I created the escort card display using a 1930’s pantry door accented with colorful knobs and pulls. We also created the photo booth using a homemade fabric backdrop, antique frames, and fun props. The images were captured by a instant print camera and were used in a scrapbook to create both favors and a unique guestbook. An eclectic collection of cake pedestals and platters created the dessert bar finished off with a homemade table runner and sign. A variety of cupcakes, french macaroons and cold milk kept every guest happy. Even the cake was made with love by a close family friend.
As much as I loved every detail we put into this wedding, the amazing love radiating from my groom, family and friends blew it all away.
Photography: Audrey Hannah / Cinematography: Adam Moore / Flowers: Cori Cook Floral Design / Event Planning & Design: Bride / Ceremony Location: Brookside Gardens / Reception Location: Brookside Gardens / Invitations: Bride, Supplies from Text Style Designs / Shoes: J.Crew / Dress: Oleg Cassini / Cupcakes: Tee & Cakes