Willow Noavi Photography | Quintessential Events| Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield

This year’s wedding season kicked off with a gorgeous wedding at the Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield. Anna and Kaulin put together some amazing DIY projects from menus to cute signs, handmade baskets for centerpieces and a seed packet pallet for escort cards, their day was full of incredible details. Anna had a great style for her flowers that fit right in with the rustic, organic, outdoor venue. The florals featured soft garden roses in the palest of pinks and… Read more »

A little baby’s breath, some fabulous teal bridesmaid dresses and the incredible backdrop of the Evergreen Lakehouse. It doesn’t get any more Colorado than this. Kristen and Kevin were married last September at the Lakehouse and their white, rustic laid back floral vision was the perfect match for the setting, not to mention they are a stunning couple!  

I’m a terrible blogger. It’s true. I pestered photographers and clients last year for photos and didn’t get around to posting anything. In a vain attempt to catch up (probably won’t happen until 2015) here is a lovely wedding from last year.   Last June Brittany and Daniel were married at Crooked Willow Farms. When I met with Brittany, I instantly fell in love with her ideas. Her flower and decor vision was basically what I would have done last… Read more »

Last April I worked with one of the sweetest couples I’ve ever been able to call clients. Katie and Kyle were truly in love, I cried quite a bit at this wedding more than most especially when Kyle sang a few songs on stage with The Fever. Their families were amazing and I truly enjoyed getting to know everyone. (here’s a link to a few pics of Kyle singing). From the Kappa Alpha Theta sisters singing on the dance floor… Read more »

Pine cones and Baby’s Breath – the quintessential combination for a rustic winter feel. If you’ve seen pictures of my wedding or you’ve been in my basement, you may know that I have a slight obsession with pine cones…I have boxes and bags of them, it drives my husband crazy. I love them. They’re great for all sorts of decoration especially weddings in Colorado.