Monday, June 11, 2012

Peacock Wedding: Suzanne & Noah

Suzanne & Noah: Spring Wedding

Our exciting peacock feathered themed wedding held at the Civic Center made for one of our most memorable weddings of the year. Her cake is a must see.

Monday, May 28, 2012

Pops of color: Krista & Dylan

Krista & Dylan: Spring Wedding

A traditional wedding held in Ada, Oklahoma with stunning pops of hot pink and lime green to enhance this lovely spring wedding.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Fun & Colorful: Jennifer & Joey

Jennifer & Joey: Spring Wedding
A beautiful outdoor spring wedding held at Castle Falls. This fun and colorful wedding matched the personalities of the bride and groom.

Monday, April 30, 2012

Zebra Bride: Candice & Scott

Candice & Scott: Summer Wedding

Bride "Zebra"...... need I say more? With a bold design idea of zebra and red we transformed the Gaillardia Country Club. Sophisiticated and adventurous, with an amazing cake and bridesmaids shoes to match.

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Monday, April 16, 2012

Stylish & Crafty: Becky and Brison

Becky & Brison: Fall Wedding

Stylish and crafty. Becky was so excited about doing her own craft projects like creating the "Just Married" sign for their golf cart and the personalized programs for each guest. The stylish black and white damask was accented with pink satin at the reception.

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Monday, April 2, 2012

Crimson and Cream: Lori & Sam

Lori & Sam: Fall Wedding

A romantic vineyard wedding at the V. Sattui Windery in California preceded this wonderful reception held in Ada, Oklahoma. True to the bride's alma mater, The University of Oklahoma, we designed everything with crimson and cream.

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Monday, March 19, 2012

Romantic Red Prime: Lauren & Taylor

Lauren and Taylor: Spring Wedding

A romantic and spiritual ceremony is followed by an unforgettable celebration at Red Prime in downtown Oklahoma City.

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Monday, March 12, 2012

Dress Shopping!

Dress Shopping!

So you have booked your first appointment at the best bridal boutique in town and your counting down the minutes until you try on your first wedding dress!! Before packing the tissues for mom stop think about who want to go with you on this big day. Not every sibling or bridesmaid may share or support your unique vision for your perfect day so be cautious. It might be a great idea to get together with some of your closest B.F.F's and talk about what you are envisioning for your wedding to get a idea if they are on board with what you want. I've seen too many brides end up in tears because the lack of love and support from the loved ones that they chose to bring with them. Those that seem to have the “I know best” attitude are the ones that should stay home. Finding the dress is very similar to finding Mr. Right, it's not about which one you can live with, but which one you can't live without! Just remember to have fun, enjoy the day and pack the tissues.

Happy Planning!

Monday, March 5, 2012

Hollywood Feathers: Holly & Chad

Holly & Chad: Fall Wedding

A stylish bride with a flair for feathers had a classic Hollywood style reception which made the Will Rogers Theatre come alive.

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Monday, February 27, 2012

Big Guest List or Lots of Details?

Big Guest List or Lots of Details?

Not every bride can have a Kardashian wedding, but there is a way to make it look as if you spent a million dollars, well maybe not actually a million......but you get my point. Narrowing down your guest list is the first and biggest step. If your guest list starts at 250 and your able to trim it down to 125 you can now choose to have a seated and served dinner instead of a buffet, or if you like the idea of a buffet then maybe you could add in a cocktail hour either before the wedding or immediately following while you are taking pictures. It will also allow you to have bigger centerpieces, lounge furniture, more lighting, possibly a band instead of just a DJ, nicer favors for your guests and a very full and lively dance floor. Normally the 250 guests will thin out to just about 100 right after the is cake cut, and those last 100 that stay around are usually your close friends and family anyway. As the bride, you always have the final say on what your wedding day vision turns out to be, but in my opinion it's all about the details and sharing your day with those that mean the most to you.

Happy Planning!


Monday, February 20, 2012

Over the Top: Tayler and Preston

Tayler & Preston: Summer Wedding

We had the opportunity to plan and design an amazing wedding for Taylor and Preston. The ceremony and reception were held at Gaillardia Country Club. It was bright, beautiful and full of fun details including a 6' tall hot pink wedding cake!!

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Monday, February 13, 2012

Making the Cut!

Making the Cut!

I'm sure you and Mr. Right have spent countless hours discussing your guest list and as each day passes you seem to remember another “special” person that you just have to put on the list. Before you know it your small intimate wedding has turned into a 300+ person event and you immediately feel stressed and overwhelmed, but how do you cut the list? If you really want to give your guests an unforgettable event without breaking the bank, then give yourself a limit and STICK TO IT! If your seating 100 guests, then break it down. His parents have 20 seats they can fill, not 20 invitations....big difference. Your parents have between 20-30 seats to fill, you will want to offer them a few more seats especially if they are financially contributing to your wedding. That leaves roughly 50-60 seats for your close, supportive friends. If it has been more than 8 months since you have either seen or spoken to some of your “friends” then they should not be invited. Again focus on those people that are supportive of your relationship, instead of those just coming for the open bar.

This may take a group effort but the end result will be worth it. Just take it one step at a time.

Happy Planning!