Hi I’m Keri, the mind and hands behind Bloom Buggy! And yes, I’m the bride pictured here. My wedding day will forever be a favorite day of my life, and I’m so happy to recognize that it was also something that inspired and pushed me to take steps to make my lifelong dream of becoming a floral designer a reality.
Born and raised in the mountains, I’m energized and motivated by all things outdoors and nature, especially plants and flowers. With that, and the fact that my mother was also a florist, florals have always been a heavy influencer and passion in my life.
In 2010 I earned a masters degree in Landscape Architecture. I loved the creative components of the industry and scheming over how to make spaces and places beautiful and intriguing, but couldn’t ignore the ever growing realization that a computer and desk bound career was not sustainable for myself. After a few moves and a number of years later, in 2017 I finally threw in the towel, said goodbye to corporate world, and enrolled myself in a program to obtain a floral design certificate. Ever since I’ve been getting my hands dirty working as a floral designer (and I mean literally… really, really dirty), and have never looked back!
Working independently on wedding and event design was what pushed me to create Bloom Buggy and fulfill the dream to work with flowers. Working with people, developing relationships, and bringing ideas to life have become as much a passion to me as the flowers themselves. I firmly hold the belief that each event needs to be unique to the people involved with it, as well as the venue where it’s taking place, and its space and surroundings.
My goal is and will forever be to bring beauty to you!
Bloom Buggy is Denver based and available for weddings all over the Colorado Front Range. We’re absolutely willing and love to travel to Utah or wherever an event might take us!
When not involved in all things flowers, you’ll find my husband Carter and I cooking and having fun with friends and family, hiking up a mountain, crawling out of a tent, tossing dry flies as we float down a river with our dog, or exploring new places and meeting new people.