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  • Engagements ~ Emily and Matthew























    Emily and Matthew were married at All Souls Episcopal Church this January. These two are a perfect match and complement each other so well. Much like their personalities, the wedding day was a delicate balance of special details, creating a classic design that mirrored the couple’s style.

    Understated elegance – that’s how I would describe the reception at Gaillardia Country Club. I was so inspired by Emily’s gorgeous lace wedding dress and its timeless sophistication; her classic taste spilled over into every aspect of the wedding day. Simple details like champagne linens and romantic lighting crafted an impactful setting. A custom designed stage nestled in the archway of the ballroom with plush white draping created the look of a proscenium. Guests danced the night away, and sent the beautiful couple off into the evening with a sparkler farewell.

    It was a magical day, and I wish the happy couple so much happiness in the years ahead!

    ~ Brittany

    Photography: Brett Heidebrecht | Videography: PenWeddings | Wedding Styling & Production: Eventures | Bride’s Dress: Reem Acra from JJ Kelly | Hair and Makeup: Chelsey Ann Artistry | Stationery: Paper N’ More | Cake: Mishelle Handy Cakes | Ceremony Venue: All Souls Episcopal Church | Reception Venue: Gaillardia Country Club | Bag Pipes: Paul Sinclair with Oklahoma Scottish Pipes and Drums | Reception Entertainment: The Soulsations | Floral: New Leaf Florist | Linens, Lighting and Custom Stage Design: Eventures



  • Engagements ~ How to work with a wedding stylist



    A planner is not always a stylist – and vice versa.

    I am a stylist who specializes in creative vision, production and logistics.  In other words, my objective is to develop your vision, create it and execute it.  I’m also happy to refer vendors to you, then turn around and manage these vendors throughout the wedding process.  I have played the role of both stylist and planner, though stylist is always my primary role.  Sometimes there may be tasks or errands I do not “specialize” in that my brides request.  I’m always happy to refer a planner or other merchant to fill in the blanks! 

    My advice – Take the time to figure out what planner/stylist scenario will work best for you and your wedding needs.

    A bride can have both a planner and a stylist, and I believe in some cases she should!  

    ~ Brittany


  • Engagements ~ Now what?

    fairy tale wedding

     You’re engaged.  Congratulations!

    Now what?

    I’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks through personal experience with my brides as a wedding stylist - be sure to check out some of that advice here and here.  I hope you find these guidelines helpful during the season of planning you’re about to embark upon.

    No matter what, always remember…you’re the bride!  You make the rules.  Not sure what set of rules to play by?

    Call me.  I’m here to help!

    ~ Brittany

  • Engagements ~ Brittany Attaway






    Wedding Stylist to the bold and passionate.

    I start the process by asking a lot of questions, listening very intently and creating a custom and innovative design plan, just for you.

    The wedding of my dreams is one that pushes the envelope…for a bride who isn’t afraid to let me. Balancing high-end details with personal touches is my primary goal.  I want to tell your story in a thoughtful, artful and meaningful way, evoking a sense of emotion from your guests when they walk in to a space, leaving an impact, making a memory…

    We can translate your lifestyle into an extraordinary, personal experience.  Let’s sit down and create something beautiful, together! 

    ~ B