In every issue, we are stunned by the incredible details Oklahoma brides work into their weddings! From custom altar backdrops to non-traditional tablescapes, our wedding vendors are capable of knocking out any bride’s wedding vision. We’ve rounded up 5 must-see weddings you may have missed that have jaw-dropping, original scenes ready to inspire you! And after working your way through these, head over to our Wedding Inspiration page to see more unique Oklahoma weddings!
Kristin and Hayden’s wedding is definitely one you won’t want to miss! This beautiful couple was married in front of a hand-made crepe paper flower backdrop, crafted by the bride’s mother. Isn’t it lovely?! Visit their whimsical, ballroom wedding here.
Megan and Kyle had a modern winter affair mixing contemporary pieces with rustic elements for a unique look. They paired lucite chiavari chairs with wooden farmtables, mixed neon hues with nuetral tones, and the bride was outfitted in the most stunning Jenny Packham gown. See the full gallery here!
There are so many elements we’re obsessing over from Julie and Carla’s literature and poetry inspired wedding! This waving, greenery-topped table is just the beginning of the unique and personal details these brides included throughout. Head over to the full gallery here to see the bookpage cake and library card catalog guest book.
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You know we love and organic wedding, and Merdith and Grant’s celebration is filled to the brim with overflowing greenery! As if this stunning pastel bridal bouquet wasn’t enough, you’ll find greenery table runners, altar swag, pretty calligraphy signage with a leaf print and even a donut bar! See it all here.
One look at this altar scene and you’ll know why Brooklyn and Press’ wedding is a must see! While the archway may appear to have blooms bursting from it, it’s actually cotton – a nod to the couple’s Southern roots! They also had “cotton girls” instead of flower girls and chicken and waffles for dinner. Take a peek here.