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  The Denver Post's 2014 Wedding Trend Report


We are so honored that we were included in the Denver Post's 2014 Wedding Trend Report! 

Check out the full article here

Flower power
Bridal bouquets are coming up lavender (and purple) this year, according to Chuck Graham, a designer at Bloom in Denver.
Bouquets are also trending away from the "wildflower feel" popular in past years and toward a little more formality and structure, he said.
Purple is hot, as in this Bloom bouquet.
Purple is hot, as in this Bloom bouquet.(Provided by Bloom)
"It's more of a countryside feel — English garden or French country," Graham said. "Roses are coming back big, especially garden roses and heirloom roses. Jasmine vines, olive branch, herbs — just things you'd find in your grandma's garden, lavender, lilac, things that are almost nostalgic."

Denver Post, June 2013


The 2013 Denver Designer Show House, a benefit for Children’s Hospital Colorado, opened with a preview party for committee members, sponsors, designers and others. The 1927 Arts & Crafts home, built for businessman/philanthropist Henry Porter, is open for public tours from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The address is 919 Vine St. and tickets are $20 at the door. Read more about the 2013 Denver Designer Show House in Joanne Davidson’s RSVP.

Committee member Amy Halvorsen speaks with guest room designer Anuschka Pashel in the guest bedroom. Steve Peterson, Special to The Denver Post

Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, June 2013

A French carved-wood Louis XVI chandelier illuminates a drop-leaf dining table. The homeowners collect photographic art, such as the two works by Cara Barer, (through Susan Spiritus Gallery, Newport Beach, Calif.); below the photographs sits Morgan Robinson’s birch sculpture, Skim. A graceful wood sculpture purchased at Bloom in Denver draws the eye to the light and views outside.


5280 Home Magazine, May 2013


A floral designer divulges her secrets for pulling off an easy and whimsical summer fete. Anuschka Pashel is no stranger to the world of design. The floral designer started her foray into decor in New York City where, as a young model, she worked on the side with a floral and event designer. Today you can find Pashel whipping up fanciful floral creations at her Cherry Creek home goods and floral boutique, Bloom, where the conversation has switched from Prada to peonies. Whether she’s putting the finishing touches on a bridal bouquet or installing a showstopping centerpiece for a charity gala, all of her designs have a structured sophistication and simple elegance. We checked in with Pashel for her tips on pulling off a stress-free and stylish party—just in time for summer entertaining season. 


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