Denver Botanic Gardens Solarium Wedding

A couple on their wedding day at Denver Botanic Gardens

In early May, Waystone was invited to bring jewelry to a styled wedding photoshoot at the Denver Botanic Gardens. It had been raining the entire previous day, so the team was all holding their breath that the weather would hold out for the shoot. While the ground was damp, the sunshine held and the previous day's rain brought all the plants in the garden to life for a jaw-dropping spring day. 

 

The solarium in the Woodland Mosaic garden at Denver Botanic Gardens
Mauve and maroon wedding florals at the Denver Botanic Gardens solarium. The groom wore a maroon jacket with a black collar.

 

The photos were taken at the solarium in the Woodland Mosaic garden within the Denver Botanic Gardens. The solarium was originally constructed for Euro Disney and was donated to the gardens in 2012 after sitting in a packing crate for nearly 20 years. The Victorian style structure is wrought-iron and powder coated in a soft green that complements the surrounding tall trees and meadow flowers of the garden. I mean, an absolutely perfect setting for a whimsical wedding. 

 

Pink, maroon, and mauve floral arrangements and wedding arch for a botanic gardens wedding


The design of the solarium is so unique. When I saw the artwork that Amy of House Fourteen drew of the building for the invitations, I knew it would look stunning engraved in sterling silver. The silver holds every line of the detailed drawing, capturing forever each of the curls and curves of the Victorian structure. 

I love it so much that I added an option to our website to order a charm with your custom art, with the $47 fee to prep your art for engraving built-in. You can find it here.

 

Flower seed paper wedding invitations with a custom venue illustration engraved on a sterling silver charm necklace

 

In addition to providing a masculine signet ring wedding band inset with Rocky Mountain black granite, I designed a matching set of wedding jewelry to go with the sterling silver charm.

For the bridal jewelry, I included a pair of Confluence Earrings and a Lodestar Necklace. For the groomsman, a pair of Atlas Cufflinks. All were made out of one rock — a milky quartz that I collected from the front range of the Rocky Mountains. This rock is hard and takes a high polish with spots of cool white and shimmering translucent crystals. It beautifully matched the mauve and maroon colors used throughout the event.

 

Custom stone wedding cufflinks for a French cuff shirt that match the bride's stone pendant necklace


Please enjoy some more photos from the day, and thank you to all the vendors who made this magical and whimsical wedding photo shoot a reality. 

 

A happy couple at their solarium wedding at Denver Botanic Gardens
Hanging maroon, lilac, and mauve flower basket at a botanic gardens wedding
Vintage floral plate setting at a mauve and maroon garden wedding
View of the solarium with place settings for 6 at an intimate garden wedding
Mauve, lilac, maroon, and cream tiered wedding cake with florals
Vintage wedding champagne glasses with a script sign that reads "Cheers"
The bride wore a strapless lace gown with a long train, set off by the groom's vintage-style maroon smoking jacket

 

Photographer: Madison Cotten Photography

Planner: Jillian Marie Events

Venue: Solarium in the Woodland Mosaic garden at Denver Botanic Gardens

Floral: Wild Hare Floral Co. 

Tabletop and bar: Ann-Marie Vintage Dish and Decor Rentals

Chairs: Charming Chairs

Linens: BBJ  La Tavola

Stationery: House Fourteen

Hair & Makeup: The Day Hair & Makeup

Lounge: Wylde Rose Events

Cake: Phresh Baked Goods

Live Painter: Olivia Andruss Artistry

BTS Content Creation: Shivam Kashiwala

Attire: Something New Boutique

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