Ashton and Chad’s gold and white destination wedding in Ridgedale, Missouri, looked as if it was planned for royalty! This couple brought some of the best Oklahoma vendors to their not-so-far-away destination wedding. One of the bride’s most notable vendors was Poppy’s Garden, and we can understand why. There is absolutely no shortage of stunning florals, from grand gold and white floral centerpieces to a flowery rose petal path down the aisle to the boujee bouquet. The bride and groom began their fairytale of a wedding with white and gold calligraphy invitations from Laurel & Marie. Complete with ridged edges and a gold-foiled stamp, who wouldn’t assume these come from a palace? The ceremony took place in a small and charming stone chapel. Ashton, the beautiful bride, was undoubtedly the center of attention, despite all the natural beauty from this picturesque location with elegant features from Oklahoma’s very own vendors. MLB Artistry gave her a glowing makeup look that made her look like a real-life princess. The wedding party added to all the timeless elegance between the bridesmaid’s black and white gowns and the men’s tuxedos. After a ceremony, the party moved into the ballroom, where blooming blooms added a soft touch to this rustic industrial reception. Thankfully, you don’t have to visualize all this majestic magic because Emily Nicole Photo got all the goods on camera… get ready to pin your favorite details from this charming affair! We wish happily ever after to Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler!
From Ashton on her dream wedding maker: “All of my vendors were amazing, but my florist, Meagan Ferren with Poppy’s Garden helped me the most. Since I did not have a planner, she was so kind to help guide me and make suggestions during my planning process. She also referred me to several venders including Laurel & Marie and Emily Nicole Photo, who I selected for the big day. They were both excellent choices!”
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Other Local Vendors: Laurel and Marie, MLB Artistry, Bruce G. Weber, Facchianos Bridal & Formal Attire, Brooke King