Interested in a summer internship with Brides of Oklahoma? We’re officially looking for media and graphic design interns to join our team during this coming summer semester! If you’ve ever dreamed about working for a beautiful magazine, the opportunity has arrived! Applicants must be a college student majoring in PR, Advertising, Journalism, Communications, Marketing, Online Media, Graphic or Web Design or a related field. We prefer seniors or juniors who are self-starters, full of creative ideas, love weddings and are organized. Those seeking to fill the media internship must be a strong writer. A knowledge of Photoshop and InDesign is a must for our graphic design intern. The internship is unpaid, but can be used for college credit. If you are interested in gaining tons of experience, working in an exciting, fast-paced environment, apply online here. Deadline to apply is Friday, March 23rd.
Southern meets industrial chic in this styled shoot designed by Grassroots Vintage Events & Rentals! Chelsea Denise Photography did a beautiful job of capturing every dazzling detail of the day with the Farmhouse at Grassroots Farm serving as a stunning backdrop. From the lush florals provided by Trochta’s Flowers and Garden Center to the model bride’s breathtaking two-piece lace gown from Chantilly Couture, the scene was overflowing with elegant romance. Beauty from Brushed Salon & Makeup Studio topped off the look with a classic half-up hairstyle and soft makeup. Hazel Paper Co. crafted the loveliest invites that set the tone for this unique theme. Keep scrolling for some seriously show stopping inspiration directly from the pages of our latest Spring/Summer 2018 issue and don’t forget to look out for a word from the planner, Miki Tucker of Grassroots Vintage!
Photos // Chelsea Denise Photography
From the planner, Miki Tucker of Grassroots Vintage Events & Rentals: “I really want couples to be fearless with their overall theme and wedding design. My inspiration for this shoot, Southern Style Meets Industrial Chic, is to show that you can do industrial in a non-industrial space. The contrasting effect gives more interest. Use any unlikely piece, such as our postal sorter. Soften it with great florals and greenery, add textured rugs, and lots of candles. Your wedding should reflect your style and it should also be unique.”