A Bright and Bold Indian Wedding at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
by Brides of Oklahoma June 3
Talk about a party! Jasmine and Brinley’s Indian wedding was a sight to be seen with a bold color palette, over-the-top florals and glamorous details. Hosted at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, there was plenty of room to party all night long. The Wild Mother created an elaborate ceremony scene as well as the adornments on the cake by Mishelle Handy Cakes. The bride was glowing next to her bridesmaids dressed in traditional garb with hair and makeup from Brushed Salon and Makeup Studio. This bold Oklahoma City wedding will not be forgotten anytime soon! Scroll below to catch every elaborate detail!
Photos // Silver Bear Creative
A favorite memory from the bride, “We had planned the day so that Brinley would have his car at the museum so we could drive home together after the wedding. We knew that we would need a few minutes to ourselves and we are so glad we did it that way. Those moments that we had by ourselves, not surrounded by 600 people, just allowed everything to sink in.”
Other Local Vendors: Moliere Bridal, The Petroleum Club of Oklahoma City, Paris Limousine, First Presbyterian Church OKC, Impressions Printing, Himalaya Restaurant, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, The Wild Mother, Rebirth DJ Service, Silver Bear Creative