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LB Presents…Plum Sage Flowers

Vendor love at first sight – that’s definitely how we feel about Plum Sage Flowers in Denver. These three flower gals are awesome, and they have the work to back it up!  We asked them a few questions about their business and upcoming season and here’s what they had to say:

How did you get your start?
After years working in flower shops in Boulder and Chicago, and on an organic farm in Boulder, owner Erin Hornstein was approached by several customers and friends to create wedding flowers. Her fresh and creative vision led to the creation of Plum Sage Flowers in the spring of 2005. By word of mouth, she began creating fabulous flowers for numerous weddings and special events.

What flower trends are you seeing for 2013 in Colorado?
Lots of colors and textures
Ombre, monocratic and color blocking designs with unique flower types
Softer color palettes accented with pops of brighter colors such as corals, peach/oranges and yellow
Wild and organic designs created with non-traditional flowers/textures and lush greenery, such as vines (blooming and foliage), ferns, berries and branches

What trends do you love right now?
The Plum Sage Ladies are loving nontraditional elements like wooden blooms, painted accents and fabric details. They’re a great way for a bride and groom’s personalities to shine!

Favorite venue(s) in Colorado
Caitlin: Zach’s Cabin- guests ride a snow cat to dinner!
Erin: Devil’s Thumb Ranch
Jenny: Crooked Willow Ranch

Your own favorite flowers
We love anything that is unique and that we don’t get to see year round! If we had to pick just one…
Caitlin: Clematis
Erin: French Tulips
Jenny: Poppies

We love working with them (stay tuned for our Gold Rush inspired photoshoot coming soon) and we know you will too! Now enjoy some lovely work from Plum Sage

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