Alexis & Scott l September 18th, 2015 l Fort Collins, Colorado

When Alexis and Scott came to us about their beautiful September Fort Collins wedding...we just knew they looked so familiar!  After a little comparing of each other's lives along side ours - it came to us...cornhole league!!  This is why we love this city - it is filled with the most down to earth-fun loving-hip people around.  And of course, the stunning photographs that use our Colorado sun so effortlessly by Cassie Rosch Photography - she was in our league too!  

Flower friends - - if you are looking for a good filler flower, consider this White Calcynia, we have a love for its dainty size and the interesting shape.  Just perfect for September in Fort Collins.

To the gorgeous couple...we were elated to be a part of your special day.  Your love is stunning.

YES LOVE, YOU HAVE TO WEAR ONE...and THIS is why!

Boutonnières sometimes get overlooked when it comes to weddings.  There are so many decisions and details that have to be thought through to make your wedding day the perfect day - but do not give up on persuading him to wear a boutonnière, they are important!  And one of our favorite floral details!

If you are having a Black Tie wedding, make sure to compliment the elegance of the day with the flowers you choose.  For these two, we even wrapped the stems in black to compliment their threads.

We love to make each boutonniere custom and unique.  If your groom is not into wearing a more "floral" boutonniere, no problem!  How about incorporating fresh Hops...we do live in Colorado!

Try not to be afraid of color, it can really pop off a grey suit, or compliment a tie!

And those little ring bearers, they defiantly need to be recognized and given a little boutonniere!

Have you ever thought about using some non floral elements?  What about using a succulent or an air plant - that can really compliment his more manly personality!

It is also important to consider what season you are getting married in!  This boutonniere really screams WINTER WEDDING!