Our Favorite Colorado Florists
These Colorado florists (from the pages of mywedding magazine) will go above and beyond to ensure your floral aspirations reflect your own love story.
Alan Parry Productions – Denver
Founded by Colorado native Scott Alan, these floral creations offer a sophisticated take on the state’s colorful natural elements. Refined with a luxurious twist, his works add an element of glamour to any traditional or modern wedding scheme.
Bare Root Flora – Denver
The textured, lush styling of Robyn Rissman’s work reflects the wild foliage of the Rocky Mountains. While this team’s designs often fall along the lines of boho, they have a proven track record of accommodating weddings of all themes and sizes.
Beet & Yarrow – Denver
Nestled in the RiNo neighborhood, this boutique studio takes an eccentric and organic approach to floral design that’s beautifully fit for contemporary celebrations. Using fresh produce and locally grown flowers as often as possible, their texture-packed arrangements also benefit the eco-friendly organization, Plant With Purpose.
Carolyn’s Flowers – Aspen
With a background in art and a strong sense of wanderlust, Carolyn Riley finds inspiration in several sources. Her team’s designs vary from gorgeous greenery chandeliers to bold centerpieces for mountain celebrations and beyond.
Lace & Lilies – Fort Collins
Started in 2011 by the dynamic duo Lisa and Lacey, Lace & Lilies’ designs are much more than traditional arrangements and understated centerpieces. Trendy and whimsical, you can definitely expect flowing bouquets of bright flowers, dusty palettes, monochromatic schemes and anything but ordinary displays.
Ladybird Poppy – Denver
Relying on relationships with local wholesalers, Sarah Tedford ensures every stem picked contains more than just pretty petals. Founded upon values such as integrity, originality and collaboration, her team offers free consultations and extensive concepts for everything floral related from bridal accessories to décor.
Lalé Florals – Denver
Self-described as a vintage designer with an avant-garde twist, Stephanie Clark brings an expressive approach to floral styling within the Santa Fe Art District. With a wanderlust-filled background and artistic expertise, Clark embellishes her designs with seasonal details, unconventional materials and inspiration from the infamous pop artist, Robert Rauschenberg.
The Perfect Petal – Denver
Using a sketch pad, a couple’s vision and petals grown by independent farms, Alex and Cindy Ollig have a successful track record of executing floral creations for all sorts of celebrations and holidays. Located in the Highlands, they curate flower arrangements layer by layer with the assistance of a team of designers.
Plum Sage – Denver
Formerly a flower shop employee in both Boulder and Chicago, Erin Hornstein began her own business in the Highlands with the encouragement of customers and friends. More than a decade later, her innovative tablescapes, botanical accessories and details continuously gain recognition among couples and vendors alike.
Prema – Denver
From the first spark of creation to the final product, Frances Harjeet considers storytelling an integral part of her work. While she offers services that extend beyond Colorado, her designs rival the majesty of the Rocky Mountains with deep colors, bold blooms and natural details.