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Glam Holiday Wedding Inspiration


There’s no time like the holiday season for glam wedding inspiration, and this shoot from Emily Sacco, Calluna Events, and Merci Bouquet Floral brings it in full force. A team of Denver’s best and brightest came together to create this shoot inspired by a roaring 20s theme with a hint of edginess, chock full of black, gold, and red accents. How did it all turn out? You’ll just have to see for yourself!

glam holiday wedding inspiration - photo by Emily Sacco

From the event designers, Calluna Events: Energized by the changing seasons and the colder temperatures, we at Calluna Events set out with a mission to curate a shoot that catered to both the winter bride and holiday party enthusiast. Armed with the color palette of black, gold, and bright hues of red, we were completely inspired and ran with an edgy roaring 20s vibe that was dripping in glitz and glam! We paired up with Denver’s talented vendors – each bringing their own personal flair and interpretation to our speakeasy theme and together a sultry, rich, and totally gorgeous shoot came together. Epernay Lounge in downtown Denver served double duty not only as our one of a kind sultry venue, but assisted in the ideation of our spooky speakeasy, contributing everything from the dripping tapered candles to the gold gilded pumpkins. Merci Bouquet showed up with extravagant blooms in hand, exploding with texture and color. The unexpected combo of fruits + florals to garnish the tablescape effortlessly complemented our distinct color palette, bringing poise and synergy to the entire shoot.

purple boutonnieres - photo by Emily Sacco 1920s inspired wedding invitations - photo by Emily Sacco modern glam wedding - photo by Emily Sacco groom attire - photo by Emily Sacco glam holiday bouquet - photo by Emily Sacco alternative stone engagement ring - photo by Emily Sacco

Dark boutonnieres flattered the eye-catching textured bouquets, and an abundant array of candles topped off the vibrant black sequined La Tavola linen. Gold flatware, chargers and matte black napkins were the finishing touches. Each detail was carefully crafted to dramatize our gorgeous venue and complete the already sexy, intimate vibe. It was nearly impossible to tear your eyes away from the giltz of it all. A & Be bridal shop generously presented two never been photographed dresses for the shoot. The Catherine Dean “Tallulah” dress and the Rue de Seine “Leif” dress from the 2016 “Nomadic Love” Collection were featured and individually lent a hand in completing the look we were striving to accomplish. The simplicity and elegance of each dress were breathtaking and stole the show. We loved the intricate beading detail on both dresses, emulating the Great Gatsby glamour with a modern edgy spin… swoon. Our grooms were clothed in beautiful custom Bespoke Edge suits – clean, polished, and perfectly suave.

Ruffled - photo by Emily Sacco glam reception decor - photo by Emily Sacco Ruffled - photo by Emily Sacco red holiday centerpiece - photo by Emily Sacco pumpkin place setting - photo by Emily Sacco red holiday centerpiece - photo by Emily Sacco roaring 1920s wedding couple - photo by Emily Sacco protea bouquet - photo by Emily Sacco

Our couple sat like royalty in Charming Chairs’ King chairs – their newest edition and a never been photographed specialty. With such a commanding presence, we paired these one of a kind love seats alongside the clean white Louise chair to create a juxtaposition of our darker colors. Lolli and Pops took us back the Roaring 20s with indulgent sweets and candies – Charleston Chews, cream sodas and gold and silver rock candy that looked almost too good to eat. Sugarmill brought our delicious macaroons, decorated with flecks of gold and delicate black detail. Each sweet treat seamlessly fell into the mix. Bubbles were popped over a dramatic champagne tower, compliments of Moet & Chandon Champagne. The intricate tower was handcrafted on top of a glamorous gold sequin linen provided by Event Rents. Last but certainly not least, Emily Sacco from Emily Sacco Photography photographed the entire shoot. The angles she captured, the colors she accentuated, and the overall feeling she curated through her photos was absolutely jaw dropping. We are overjoyed with the final product!

champagne tower - photo by Emily Sacco champagne tower - photo by Emily Sacco vintage drinks - photo by Emily Sacco candy table - photo by Emily Sacco candy bar - photo by Emily Sacco Ruffled - photo by Emily Sacco

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