If you’re a boho bride, you’ll want to see this bohemian terracotta wedding at Hudson Springs. Located in Guthrie on 160 acres, Hudson Springs provided the perfect backdrop for Kourtney and Dylan’s bohemian-style wedding. The couple met through Dylan’s little sister after going on a lake trip with their family. After the trip, Dylan and Kourtney became inseparable and have been head over heels for each other ever since. As it came time to plan their wedding, Kourtney learned that you could have the wedding of your dreams with whatever budget with popper planning and creativity. Kourtney and Dylan did just that with their bohemian terracotta wedding. Their boho ceremony featured the most beautiful terracotta arch. The soft texture of pampas grass with the terracotta color block backdrop made all of our bohemian wedding dreams come true. Behind the arch displayed breathtaking views of rolling Oklahoma hills that can only be found at Hudson Springs. After family and friends took in the views and watched the couple say, “I do,” they headed inside to the reception hall, where a beautiful bohemian space greeted them. One of our favorite details of the day is the terracotta color block wall with the cutest neon sign. This wall provided the perfect photo op for guests. Chelsea Littleton Photography captured all the details, happiness, and joy that the couple will forever cherish throughout the day. Keep scrolling to see all the happiness and more found in this bohemian terracotta wedding and a special note from our bride. Cheers to Mr. and Mrs. Reasnor!
From the bride: “Our wedding day was truly one of the best days of our life. We had so much fun celebrating all day with our family and friends and being able to have everyone together in one place! Our amazing photographer, Chelsea Littleton Photography, was able to capture all the happiness and joy in the room that night. We will forever cherish our pictures and those memories.”
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