We wanted to celebrate both of our families — Irish/Scottish on my side, Kiowa on his — so our ceremony was a handfasting wedding, held on Mark’s family’s allotment land. One of the things that tie both our families and cultures together is a love of horses, so including “wedding horses” felt perfect to us.
Is this the sneakiest surprise proposal ever? What starts as a seemingly innocent mother/daughter getaway turns into a surprise proposal of epic proportions!
If I had to put a label on it, I would call our wedding a "Gothic Midsummer Night's Dream." We made sure to include a ton of natural and rustic elements like crystals, logs, animal bones, and balanced those raw materials with dark elegant pieces to get that "we just magically threw together a fancy party in the woods" vibe. James and I are both artists, so it only made sense that almost all our decorations/accessories were made by us. Don’t miss how we narrowed down our venue search!
Jessica and Krystal’s haunted hotel wedding was an amalgam of family, love, tears, and laughter. Krystal was beyond stunning in her suit from White House Black Market. Don’t miss the details of the buttons! And the clean lines & intricate embroidery of Jessica’s dress? Fabulous.
Vanessa and Octavia had their industrial garden party wedding at the super industrial-chic venue, Tap Architecture in Oklahoma City. Vanessa wore a stunning Mexican-inspired wedding gown (a nod to her heritage) complete with flowers in her hair and a wildflower bouquet put together by friends. Octavia wore a short contemporart dress and a giant flower fascinator that we LOVED. Don’t miss the crafty vintage decor!
Stacie and Crystal were married in Oklahoma, but had their public rockabilly wedding ceremony and reception at a friend’s home in Wichita Falls, TX. Their families and friends had a hand in everything — from officiating, to music, to venue, to cakes, to food, to decorating, it was a homemade-with-love affair. At the end, it was all toasts and cake and smooching… then tornado sirens from all of the bad weather they’d been having. Hey, it probably means good luck, right? Let’s get a load of this mohawked, fabulously coiffed, and stylish pair.