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This Little Treat Has Celebrity Fans and Will Make a Big Splash at Your Wedding

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Whether it’s a dessert bar, wedding favor, place setting treat or welcome gift — cookies are the ideal blend of traditional and unique. Christen Robinson of Whimsy Cookie Co. in Tulsa shares how you can incorporate this crowd-pleasing mini-treat and make it your own with special custom touches. From Reese Witherspoon to Tim McGraw, this little treat has some high profile fans, and  there’s no doubt your guests will love them too!

Keep reading for ideas for how to incorporate these delicious treats into your big day!

This Little Treat Has Celebrity Fans and Will Make a Big Splash at Your Wedding

Photo // Valeo Marketing

What are your tips for creating a dessert bar?

Whimsy loves dessert bars and Whimsy cookies make a great addition to your dessert bar. We think an array of sweets from Whimsy Cookie Company will make the best dessert bar. Any of our bridal cookies from our online sets are sure to be a hit on your dessert bar. From our Whimsy gooey butter cookies in regular and mini size to our Whimsy Bites which are a mini version of our sugar cookie displayed on an array of cake stands and various sizes, we have something for every taste and style. We have such a great variety of options and can make the cookies truly stand out! They are beautiful, delicious and will put a smile on your guests’ faces!

What are some fun ways to package up or display your cookies as wedding favors?

Cookie favors are a fantastic choice for showers, bachelor/bachelorette parties and weddings! Our customers have the option to have cookies individually wrapped and tied with ribbon – most requested by our customers – perfect as a place setting, a take-away gift or as a sweet welcome gift to your out of town guests in their hotel rooms. We also can put our yummy sugar cookies on a stick, wrapped and tied with ribbon. And of course, our signature pink and white striped boxes are a hit! “It’s not magic, it’s just Whimsy!”

What cookie flavors do you offer?

Whimsy Cookie Company offers a large variety of cookies for every occasion! We make hand decorated sugar cookies which are perfect for a bridal event, but we also have many flavors of gooey cookies including butter, lemon, chocolate, strawberry, birthday cake, red velvet, butter chocolate chip, and red velvet chocolate chip.  We offer a wide range of other specialty cookies, as well, which include oatmeal cream pies, chocolate chip buttercream sandwiches, chocolate chip cookies, and chocolate chip cookies stuffed with Oreos, just to name a few!

How can couples customize their cookies with Whimsy Cookie?

We love making cookies for our brides! Please take a look at our bridal sets on our website at We can add names, wedding date or monogram to any of the cookies you see in these sets! Need a special color? We can do that too! Your guests will be talking about your event for years to come! 


A special thank you to Christen Robinson of Whimsy Cookie Co. for these awesome tips and ideas for creating dessert magic for your wedding day — and beyond! If you would like to get some whimsy added to your special day, visit their Brides of Oklahoma vendor page today!

How to Support the Bride in Your Life Who had to Postpone their Wedding

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Wedding season is upon us and unfortunately many brides have had to postpone their wedding due to COVID-19. This post is for those of you who know a bride who postponed their wedding and for those of you who love your community. Here is a how to guide on supporting your bride-to-be friends by utilizing the small businesses in your community.

how to support brides who had to postpone their wedding

Photo: The Wild Mother, Cafe Disco

Something Personal

First and most importantly, call her and make sure that she feels loved, supported and understood during this challenging time. If you’re looking to do something a little extra, we’ve compiled a few ideas below.

Something Sweet

A yummy pick me up is something that anyone can enjoy. Pick a local bakery that will deliver desserts to her doorstep. Mixed Sugar in Norman and Whimsy Cookie Co. in Tulsa are the places to go for Instagram-worthy iced sugar cookies. They taste just as good as they look. If your bride is a macaron connoisseur, we highly suggest Cafe Disco. This Oklahoma City based bakery specializes in the little French treats and is happy to deliver!

Something Floral

Sending someone flowers is a love language. Find your favorite local florist and have them put together an arrangement for your favorite fiancée. To go the extra mile – find out what her wedding colors are and have the blossoms mimic what her wedding florals will look like!

 Something Healthy

Working out is a great way to eliminate stress, which is something a bride with a postponed wedding has a lot of right now. Pure Barre – Edmond and Pure Barre – Tulsa Midtown are offering at home workouts from their website platforms. This is a great opportunity to Facetime or Skype your friend and do the class together! By the way, overall health helps to boost immune systems and promote positivity.

Something Bubbly

Flowers aren’t her vibe? What about a bouquet made of balloons! Opulent Couture Balloons is known for their jaw dropping creations and this gift will give her a childlike thrill. Facetime her when she gets them and make homemade bubbly drinks together – courtesy of the yummy recipes that Blue Label Bartending is posting on their Instagram.

Something Beauty

Make her excited for what’s to come! Get her a gift card to her favorite salon, like Muse Beauty Bar or Carolyn F. Beauty, that will be good for a blowout or facial once the virus slows down! Remember that gift cards help to support local businesses now and they are good for use later!

Something Artsy

Has she picked a new date? Send her a calligraphy note from Laurel & Marie with the updated wedding date. Both she and her significant other will cherish this forever!

Something She Wants

Log on to her wedding registry and send her a sweet gift – PLENTY Mercantile is a great place to start!

We’re also sharing tips for postponing your wedding here!

Love Elevated | An Urban Rooftop Ceremony in the Heart of OKC

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Sophisticated and whimsical at the same time, this editorial featuring top Oklahoma vendors is all you need for romantic wedding inspiration. Inspired by diverse beauty, Jade and Sarah of June Sixteenth Events showcased an elevated love full of contrasting, soulful florals, modern design and unique details. A black, mirrored dance floor paired with romantic vases and crisp columns from Mood Party Rentals created a sleek rooftop ceremony scene. Blush pink details added a feminine touch to the slate-gray invitation suite by The Letter Box. Amy Cakes provided the gilded, geode-like cake in terra cotta hues. If only we could have a slice! The model brides were adorned in a beautifully laced gown and a modern, black jumpsuit from Chantilly Couture. With mod hair and dazzling makeup from Brushed Salon and Makeup Studio, these ultra-luxe brides were ready to go! Surrounded by views of Oklahoma City’s skyline, Walker Terrace proved the perfect place for this urban party. Ely Fair Photography shot every image with care, creating a gallery we just adore. Videography by Transform Visuals was all that was needed to top off this elevated love story. Scroll below to fall even more in love with this inspirational shoot!

Photos // Ely Fair Photography

Video // Transform Visuals

From the planners, Jade Urash and Sarah Toy of June Sixteenth Events: “Our inspiration for this shoot was to showcase diverse beauty. We wanted to highlight unique models, unique florals, a new skyline venue and a sleek and sexy design to create a shoot that highlighted and embraced the beauty of love.”

A Peek Into the Designs & Planning Expertise of Embellished Weddings

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With a decade of experience planning some of Oklahoma’s most memorable weddings, the ladies behind Embellished Weddings have the know-how and passion to make your wedding day everything you’ve dreamed of and more. Owner Amanda, along with lead planners Lauren and Keely, love nothing more than spending time with and listening to their couples, helping brides and grooms prioritize what’s most important so they can be in the moment and really enjoy their celebration.

“At Embellished Weddings, we have a high level of customer service,” Amanda says. “We genuinely value our couples and our relationship with them. We make it a priority to listen to what they want and what is important to them. The wedding is all about them! Spending time with our clients is so important to us, so we can get to know them and bring their dream wedding to life. We love celebrating them and being in the moment with them.”

Take a peek into the world of Embellished Weddings, with a gorgeous styled shoot and stunning wedding they planned and designed below!

A Favorite Styled Shoot

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Photos: Josh McCullock

“We knew this would be a perfect opportunity for Embellished Weddings to branch out from the OKC metro to create a new vision of things unseen at Spain Ranch. The vision for this inspiration shoot was to bring in a light blue color along with blush accents. When it came to the specific details, every vendor went above and beyond to express their talent and creativity. Embellished Weddings loves to take on new challenges, even in other cities! We love to encourage brides to envision new places to incorporate design and unique details to bring to life their perfect wedding day.”

Amanda, Keely and Lauren know how overwhelming it can be for a newly engaged bride-to-be. A word of advice from the Embellished team? “Book your planner first! She will sit with you, listen to your ideas and guide you in the right direction with how to bring your wedding vision to life within your budget.” Whether that’s going for completely classic and timeless or staying on-trend with a few details currently popular, Embellished Weddings can help make sure it’s all cohesive.

“Some of our favorite current trends are different ways to incorporate boxwood, floral walls and balloon installations. We are also loving custom firework shows to end the celebration. A tried and true trend we love is using flowers for all of the big statement pieces in the design of a wedding. We also love clients that are open minded to and willing to allow you to take their initial ideas and show them how to bring it to the next level. Working in this industry, you see it all. You know what has been done 100 times, and what is a fresh trend that hasn’t quite taken off yet. Getting that client that is receptive to you showing them to how take their idea to the next level and doing something different is so exciting and a lot of fun!”

Videography: Glorious Day Films

Real Wedding Love

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embellished weddings oklahoma wedding planner

embellished weddings oklahoma wedding planner

embellished weddings oklahoma wedding planner

Photos: Sarah Libby Photography

“Our favorite detail from Kylie and Blake’s wedding was the personalization and uniqueness of their wedding,” Amanda says. “They had a lot of custom details that were personalized to them: their signature drink was named after their dog, they had her favorite cake for her wedding cake, they had a custom wedding crest that was used on the wedding invitations and then was also designed into vinyl that was placed on the center of the classy white dance floor. Pretty much everything was custom made for their wedding (cake backdrop, jean jackets for the bridesmaids to wear, firework show, floral chandelier, wedding invitations and more). The wedding was exactly how they envisioned with unique touches that were only for her and Blake. It was an amazing wedding and reception!”

The customization process is what it’s all about for the Embellished team. “None of our weddings are the same, because none of our couples are the same. That’s what makes this job so rewarding and enjoyable,” Amanda says.

Want to get in touch with these ladies to see how they can help bring your vision to life? Reach out via Embellished Weddings’ Brides of Oklahoma vendor profile!

#COVID19: Postponing Your Wedding? You’ll Want to Read These Tips

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Amidst this unprecedented pandemic situation, you may be one of the brides faced with the heavy decision of postponing your wedding. First, we are so sorry you’re going through this. We completely understand the effort and passion that goes into planning this incredibly special day, and in turn, the disappointment and emotions of having to change plans in a major way. While the health and safety of you and your guests is of utmost importance, getting to have the wedding you’ve been eagerly looking forward to is important, too! While you may have to let go of your dream date, you can still have your dream day. Follow the tips below to ensure your wedding plans can get back on track when the time is right. Stay safe, brides!

#COVID19: Postponing Your Wedding? You'll Want to Read These Tips

Photo // Modern Love Photography

Steps to Take When Postponing Your Wedding

1. Decide whether to postpone, adjust or if your date is far enough out, to go ahead with your original plans. As of this post’s publication, events taking place July 2020 and beyond are most likely safe, but Coronavirus statistics and guidelines continue to change, so always pay attention to local rules and guidelines for gatherings (your city, county and state government websites should have the latest information), and of course, stay up to date with the latest info from the CDC. Your guest count and guests’ travel plans should factor in most. If a large number of your guests will require long trips or travel by air to get to your wedding, postponing to a fall/winter 2020 or spring 2021 date is probably best. The later your new date, the less risk you run of having to postpone twice. No, thank you! If you’re open to simply adjusting your original plans, consider eloping or having an intimate, private or family-only ceremony (you’ll still need an ordained minister and license for it to be legal) and postponing only the reception to a later date.

2. Family first. Before you talk to any vendors, clear a few potential new dates or a range of dates with the people closest to you – your spouse-to-be and your immediate families. Unfortunately, it may not be possible to find a new date that works for every single person in your extended family and bridal party, much less your entire guest list, but don’t panic. Your loved ones understand how important this is to you and will do their best to accommodate a new date. Consider streaming your ceremony and/or reception so those who can’t make the new date can “attend” in their own way!

3. Prioritize vendor communication. You’ll need to get in touch with ALL of your vendors as soon as possible, but in these circumstances, the order in which you reach out matters. We recommend speaking first with your planner – as the liaison between you and other vendors, their input is invaluable and they may be able to take care of the bulk of the communications involved in postponing your wedding. If you aren’t using a planner, we suggest reaching out to vendors in this order:

– Venue
– Officiant
– Photographer + Videographer
– Florist, Caterer, Rentals (they have large, expensive, time-sensitive orders to place)
– All other vendors

With so many moving pieces, it may be extremely difficult to find a new date that works for every vendor you’ve booked. Decide which couple of vendors are your absolute must-haves, and make sure your new date works for them first. You may have to go another direction with certain vendors, and that’s okay! Review all contracts to see the protocol for changing dates, canceling if need be, and which payments are non-refundable. Remember, this is a stressful time for vendors too, but kindness in your communication with them can go a long way.

4. Notify guests. Update your wedding website with your new date and any updated travel recommendations for guests. Give your guests plenty of time to adjust their travel plans, change flights, etc., but at the same time, don’t communicate anything to guests out of panic before you’ve nailed down a Plan B (steps 1-3). Let your guests know of the new plans by posting on social media – many vendors have created beautiful templates for Instagram to help with this announcement – or sending a new save the date. If you’re not keen on extra postage costs, email announcements are totally okay in this situation!

5. Make sure your marriage license will still be valid if you’ve already gotten one, or adjust your plans for picking up that important piece of paper. Don’t worry: we’ve got a comprehensive guide to getting your marriage license, too!

6. Adjust your honeymoon travel plans. Definitely be aware of CDC and government guidelines before making any major travel adjustments!

6. Breathe. Think big picture. Remember, no matter what happens, it’s still your day and before you know it, this will be behind us and you’ll be married to your person.

Brides of Oklahoma Is Here to Help

We know postponing your wedding can feel extremely overwhelming, but hold on to these two words: focus + flexibility. Focus on what’s most important to you, and be flexible with the rest! We hope to make the process a little easier for you as you go about making adjustments to your wedding plans. Need to hire a different vendor? Our directories are full of reputable, talented local vendors who will be eager to help serve you on your new date. Need inspiration as you finesse your original vision? We’ve got you covered there with amazing local weddings and styled shoots. Our social media channels are full of helpful information as well, and we hope to be a resource for you during this time.

Cheers to you! We wish you all the best!