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  • For the Oklahoma brides...

    Brides of Oklahoma Eventures Inc Wedding

    The holiday season is one of the most popular times to get engaged.  With the excitement, comes big decisions.  Let us help you make those decisions!  To get you inspired, every Wednesday on our blog we feature a wedding themed post.  Click here to see one of our favorite weddings we styled!

    Also, be sure to catch this photo shoot in Brides of Oklahoma magazine featuring our wedding styling and rentals.  It's available on newsstands now.

    ~ E

    { photo from behind the scenes of the Brides of Oklahoma shoot }


  • Wedding Day Details ~ Mark and Ivy

    wedding in garden Fort Worth

     harpist for wedding

     Fort Worth Botanical Gardens wedding

     pink and green wedding cake

     pink rose petals and ivy on wedding table 

    wedding at Fort Worth Club 

    wedding bride groom carriage ride

    On June 20 of 2015, Mark and Ivy were married at the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens in the Fuller Garden. Blush floral baskets were hanging from the gazebo, a wonderful touch since Ivy’s accent color was pink. She walked down the aisle wearing a custom designed gown fit for a Princess. The bridesmaids stood by her side wearing vintage-inspired black and pink dresses. Soft music from a live harpist played and Father Marlin of All Souls Episcopal Church officiated the Christian ceremony.

    After the ceremony, guests made their way to the reception at The Fort Worth Club. Ivy’s mother surprised her with a Rose’ Champagne Tower during Cocktail Hour. Specialty Décor and Lighting was brought in to enhance the already beautiful detailing of the Club. When doors opened to the Horizon room for dinner, guests enjoyed the splendor of gorgeous ivy and candelabra centerpieces. Ivy was also suspended from the chandeliers to create a truly magical effect.

    After dinner, the Think Big Party Band played a mix of classic and new hits that kept the dance floor packed all night long. At the end of the night, the couple was whisked away in a horse drawn carriage. The weekend was truly fit for a king and queen, and we wish Mark and Ivy nothing but well wishes and happiness ahead!

    ~ Brittany

    Photography: Jennifer Yarbro | Wedding Weekend Styling & Production: Eventures | Bride’s Dress & Veil: Custom Design by Nardos Imam | Hair and Makeup: Liz Hernandez and Adina Wright | Stationery: Juliet Grace Design, printed by Wedding Paper Divas | Ceremony Venue: Fort Worth Botanic Gardens | Ceremony Entertainment: Danielle Cordray of The Texas Harpist | Reception Venue: Fort Worth Club | Reception Entertainment: Think Big Party! with the Bullet Proof Brass | Ceremony and Reception Floral: Blooms Forever | Cake: Fort Worth Club | Reception Specialty Rentals: Suite 206 | Reception Lighting: Switch Event Lighting Design | Wedding Transportation: Silver West, Inc.

  • A look at our weekend ~

    rustic chic wedding aisle


    It's been a busy weekend here at the Eventures office, so we're starting off the week a little differently than normal.  Instead of doing a mood board, we're showing you an actual look of this wedding that we were so excited to be a part of.  Isn't this aisle just magic?  

    Just wait until you see the rest...

    ~ E    

  • Looking back to help you plan ahead ~ Part 3


    If I could go back in time… I would have chosen a bigger venue.

    I had close to 350 guests at my wedding (maybe more.) it was important to my husband to invite everyone so that they could celebrate with us. I myself would have been fine with a smaller crowd, but it was a lot of fun to share such a special moment with so many. Our church was the perfect size, but the reception venue was a bit tight. Looking back, a bigger venue would have held everyone more comfortably. A wedding venue of that size in Oklahoma can be a little hard to find! It takes a some digging to find the right venue for your guest count. Search through every option and always,alwayslook into the venue’s maximum guest count. If you know you’ll be expecting more than the max…move on until you find the right fit. The extra time spent looking will be worth it in the end!

    ~ Brittany 

    (photo by Brett Heidebrecht Photography)



  • Looking back to help you plan ahead ~

    I’ve always been told not to live with regrets.

    As a wedding stylist where my job is to hand select and offer only the best to my brides, it’s hard not to look back at my own wedding and think of all the “should haves and could haves.”

    However, I can also look back and think, "what would I have done differently for my wedding?"

    Over the next couple weeks, I'll be sharing few thoughts that I hope may inspire you in your own planning journey.

    To start, I wish I would have… chosen an all-white bouquet.

    I loved the colors I chose for my wedding – yellow, coral, pink and vintage blue. If I could go back, however, I would have chosen to keep those colors in the reception décor and not in my bouquet. My wedding dress was my dream dress, and looking back at photos I think a white or cream bouquet would have enhanced the dress more. Just something to think about for your own upcoming wedding! A cream bouquet never goes out of style.

    ~ Brittany



    (photo from Four Season Magazine)