Just because you’ve hired a wedding coordinator doesn’t mean you just walk down the aisle; there are still details that need planning by you and your significant other. If you’ve forgone the coordinator altogether and are tackling the planning responsibilities on your own, then your plate is even more full. Whichever your situation, a lot of brides and grooms find that after the initial excitement of the engagement wears off, the planning part seems stressful, overwhelming, and maybe a little unpleasant. If you want to bring the love back into the experience and enjoy wedding planning, your Denver wedding planner Blue Linden is here to help make wedding planning fun!
Location, location, location! Trish and David had one of the coolest, most unique reception spaces that I have ever seen – a “cave” of sorts called the Willowbrook Amphitheater in Morrison, CO.
Bachelor and bachelorette parties are meant to be the one last “Hurrah!” before a happy couple officially becomes a married pair. Historically, gals and guys go over-the-top, get involved in alcohol-fueled sexually-driven escapades, and party-til-they-drop. In more modern times, the options for a “hen night” have widened, and what brides-to-be want to do varies as much as brides themselves do. When (the night before or two months before) and for how long (just an evening out or a whole weekend away) the bachelorette party goings-on lasts is totally up to the people involved! And for where to go – the options are absolutely endless. If you’ve come to us for destination bachelorette party ideas, whether you’re a bride or a bridesmaid, your special events planner Blue Linden wants to help you have the best celebration of love, fun, family, and friends that you can.
March to May has some of the prettiest, brightest, and biggest blooms of any of the months, leading to spring flowers for weddings being the most popular choices. Roses, peonies, lilies/calla lilies, tulips, and hydrangeas have the highest priority among couples, but other spring wedding bouquets can easily contain: anemones, cherry/apple blossoms, daffodils, dogwoods, gerberas, hyacinths, irises, larkspurs, lilacs, pansies, and sweet peas. Although these aren’t the only spring flowers to pick from (and some of these are even available throughout multiple seasons), they’re certainly the ones we see the most among our brides and grooms. If you’re in the midst of searching for the perfect spring flowers for your big day, look no further. Your Denver special events planner Blue Linden has gathered together the best representations from our couples, and inspiration from others across the internet, in helping you choose a spring wedding bouquet and accompanying wedding day blooms to really make your wedding pop.
Does your event need a fabulous sound to accompany it, but you’re completely lost on where to start? Maybe you already know you want a super fun, upbeat, and musically driven reception, but don’t know where to turn. If you’re looking at hiring a DJ, then we’ve got knowledge to share from the experts themselves. Your Denver wedding planner Blue Linden wants to help in finding your perfect musical coordinator by highlighting two of our favorite Denver DJ companies Soundmaster Entertainment and Ignight Entertainment, and imparting their wisdom on you.
With St. Patrick’s Day next week, your Denver special events planner Blue Linden decided to honor the holiday by highlighting some of the wedding traditions of Ireland. If you’re thinking of going Irish on your wedding day to show off your heritage, or just because these are great ideas, choose to incorporate some of these customs to really impress your guests.
In honor of all the wedding-worthy dresses that were present at this year’s Academy Awards, like these Blue Linden favorites:
we decided to put together a list of the movies and television shows with nuptials that the fantastic actresses present at the Oscars have performed in for past roles. From dresses to themes, choreographed dances to memorable vows, here’s your Denver wedding planner Blue Linden’s list of the best movie and tv weddings (in our opinion) that can hopefully provide inspiration for your own big day.
The first time I met Nicole and Wesley, I thought they were an adorable couple. Wes is so quite and Nicole has a smile that lights up a room. They seemed a little awkward around me, but both had a quiet confidence, and I felt a genuine love between them. I knew I wanted to help them coordinate their wedding!
As we’re nearing the end of “engagement season,” for a lot of you who’ve recently said “Yes!” to your significant other’s proposal of marriage, you may now be thinking about what comes next. Aside from the obvious wedding planning steps, some of which can prove time consuming and a bit overwhelming, one thing you may actually look forward to is a party! If you’re in the mood to celebrate, then look no further than our engagement party ideas that we’ve gathered just for you. To help, to inspire, and to inform, these ideas for engagement parties are sure to be the ideal guide for a memorable affair before the big to-do!
It’s February, which helps us choose the perfect topic for this week’s post: Valentine’s Day inspired wedding themes. Instead of making it all about cupid, the color red, and the potentially “corny” influence this holiday could have on your big day, your Denver special events planner Blue Linden decided to take one aspect from the day-of-love and help you incorporate it: HEARTS! The symbol ❤︎ the heart; it is the widely-accepted representation of love, so it makes sense why you may want to have it at your wedding. We’ve scoured all over for ways to tastefully include hearts in your wedding theme and we’re sharing them with you right here!