This real colorado wedding was planned at a historic victorian house in Northern Colorado, called the Tapestry House. Brought to you by Colorado Wedding Planner, Casey Muller of A Pink Diamond Event. The bride and groom wanted to incorporate a vintage bicycle theme while still using modern colors of blue and yellow. The main concern was to use the wedding colors without making it feel nautical.
The bride loved craspedia flowers so we designed the flowers to consist of all monotone flowers with lots of tulips and Billy balls! The wedding centerpieces consisted of 3 different designs. The first design was tall square vases with a submerged tulip floating in the glass. The second design was a mixture of small vases the bride had found and filled with a single yellow flower and greenery. The third design was a short square vase with tulips, greenery and clear water balls. As the guests enter the reception they found their place card on vintage window frame from the bride’s childhood home. The place cards were pinned to wire with mini clothes pins. We brought in lamour navy linens to create an elegant look without losing the antique feel. The chandeliers were hung from the ceiling though out the venue to bring the eye level of the ceiling down while adding some antique and crystal touches to the room.
We kept the vintage feel on the cake table by adding a lace runner and having several single layered cakes on different cake heights but also having brownies, lemon bars and pies. To bring in the bicycle theme, we had brought a vintage tandem bicycle that they bride and groom used during the engagement photos. We also used bicycle bells as the party favors. These bells were enthusiastically used to symbol the bride and groom to kiss instead of the traditional chiming of the wine glass. The blue uplighting add the final touch to keep the party going all night long.