Fall in love with the lush green wedding inspiration recently submitted by some seriously talented local vendors to unfold at Civic Center Music Hall! Magical amounts of greenery from Poppy Lane Design shroud this ceremony setup and bring the allure of a forest wedding indoors and what’s not to love about grand indoor garden party vibes? A luxe green tablescape touches and regal décor from Marianne’s Rentals can charm anyone, but this styled shoot goes the extra mile with details that look straight out of a fairytale storybook.
The perfect gown for this styled shoot came from Chantilly Bridal Studio, hand-picked for its off-the-shoulder ruffle sleeves that were simply to die for, modeled by this bride as she made her way through the day with the love of her life. Pretty paperie designed by The Letter Box invites guests in style and a delicately scripted menu makes it hard for us to choose an entree for this faux reception. Cakes made in multiple stunning designs by Amy Cakes look far too good to eat, but we can hardly turn down a slice when they look this good! From the springy blooms that graced table centerpieces and bouquets to the opulent vintage rentals that decorated all the right spaces, there isn’t a detail we don’t love in this garden-inspired shoot. Read on for a note from one of the creatives that worked to bring this lush green wedding inspiration to life. Cheers!
From the photographer: “Step into this romantic oasis, complete with a floral ‘Tunnel of Love.’ With a dress change and subtle styling differences, this shows couples different options with this gorgeous green color palette. Oklahoma can have temperamental weather and bringing the outdoor feel inside is perfect for those who want the look and feel without actually having to risk being outside! All of this is set in the Civic Center Music Hall Grand Meinders Hall of Mirrors featuring original Art Deco architecture dating back to the 1930s.”
Other Local Vendors: The Letter Box, Aisle Be With You, Elite Beauty Bridal, Ely Fair Photography, Mens Wearhouse, Leslee Layton Films