This gorgeous burgundy and blush wedding is truly the most floral filled wedding we have ever seen. It. Is. GORGEOUS! Bluebird Events expert guidance ensured we were able to bring this brides vision to life. As a result, the guests were immersed in a scene of gorgeous arrangements, lush greenery chandeliers and real life trees in the ballroom itself. Lucky for you (and us!) Carla Boecklin was there to capture every last detail.
Thanks to the expert vendor teams, and the iconic Stein Eriksen Flagstaff Deck view, our brides dream of alpine mountain elegance came to fruition. The couple chose burgundy and blush as their main color palette- a bold and powerful color scheme that complimented the couple themselves. During each part of the day, from ceremony to reception, the floral arrangements were meticulously designed, heightening the ‘wow’ factor for their guests to enjoy. At the ceremony space, we kept the designs classic but full of floral. Vault Rentals provided a beautiful timber arch to compliment the wooded backdrop at Stein Eriksen Lodge. We added floral along the aisle to surround the bride with beauty on her walk down to say her “I Do’s.”
Following the gorgeous ceremony, guests moved into the reception space, the couple planned more flowers than you could imagine, as well as 6 jaw-dropping greenery chandelier. As the guests sat down for dinner, they were greeted by gorgeous burgundy and blush wooden boats bursting with Dahlias, Garden Roses, and Lysmachia. Everything about this wedding was unreal, including the stage, lined with lush floral arrangements and surrounded by birch trees. This reception was straight out of a blooming woodland dream!
Everything about this wedding had us swooning as well as the bride and groom. Not one detail went unnoticed by the team at Bluebird Events. The Bluebird team gave us such a great backdrop to place our floral designs around. We hope you are all as obsessed as we are with this jaw-dropper!
Venue: Stein Eriksen Lodge
Planner: BlueBird Events
Florist: Artisan Bloom
Photographer: Carla Boecklin