The main goal for this romantic greenhouse wedding style in Denver was to show a spring wedding can be done. March in Colorado is usually one of blizzards and snowstorms, or seventy degree sunny days. With its unpredictability, Amy Caroline Photography and the team of vendors that helped create this shoot, wanted to design spring wedding inspiration that felt like spring regardless of the weather outside. So they shot in a local Greenhouse. This allowed them to be amidst tons of greenery, warm air, and a true spring feel.
Their wonderful florist, Liz from Siloh Floral, sources many of her plants and greenery at this specific greenhouse and the bouquet was created specifically with florals available in spring. They wanted a look that represented the time of year, so they sourced florals in-season, an eco-friendly floral choice we love. And, oh the lilacs, dahlias, and spirea were so incredible!
While they don’t often have weddings in March in Colorado, the team wanted to show these flowers off, and also show that it’s possible to have a spring wedding that’s as colorful and gorgeous as any in summer. They had the sweetest real couple modeling, too. Heather, the bride, looked incredible in the Rue De Seine gown, and Travis looked handsome in his h&m suite. And while they have been married for nine years, the team enjoyed watching them re-live their wedding moments.
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Photographer: Amy Caroline Photography | Dress Store: A & Be Bridal Shop | Makeup Artist: Megan Cary Artistry | Jewelry: Sara Watts Fine Jewelry | Floral Designer: Siloh Floral | Submitted via Two Bright Lights