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Bride holding white bouquets of flowers and wearing a baby's breath crown with a veil.

Why We Love Them!

Krista and SeaAnna of Curate Events + Design are two of our favorite Denver wedding planners! They design gorgeous, inclusive events that perfectly blend classic and modern aesthetics. Their bubbly personalities and enthusiasm for their work makes collaboration with them a joy. While they make event planning fun, you can be sure that all of the details are accounted for. These ladies know their stuff!

Every project we have had the pleasure of work on with this dynamic team has been unique and inventive. Their ability to truly help you customize your vision is apparent in just how different every wedding feels.

White Springtime Editorial

This fresh twist on a classic white wedding was an editorial collaboration gorgeously captured by Decorus Fine Art Photography. Sleek ghost chairs paired with the classic silhouette of the dining table brought a new take on a timeless aesthetic. Modern ceramic candles and bud vases were balanced with a gauzy table runner that spilled down the sides. Our floral arrangements were a combination of dynamic, ikebana inspired designs and a classic floral centerpiece. Stephanotis, white roses, and baby's breath were a throwback to traditional bridal flowers, with kale and anthurium included for unexpected detail. And of course, Curate dropped the mike when they brought a llama to the shoot for the bride to pose with.

Feature: Magnolia Rouge

Santa Fe Intimate Wedding

Curate introduced us to this lovely couple and who was originally planning to be married in Colorado, but with the uncertainty and changes that resulted from the Covid pandemic, their plans changed quite a bit. Curate helped them to keep their dream alive and reimagine their plans at a family home in Santa Fe. This bride loved pampas grass and dried botanicals! We originally were planning a white aesthetic to fit into an industrial brick venue in Denver. With the change of scenery, we opted for warmer tones to complement the Santa Fe architecture. In true Curate fashion, the bride and groom still managed to have their custom neon sign incorporated into their reception alongside a luscious pampas grass installation. Meredith Soy photography also made the trip to capture every moment!

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