This Myriad Gardens Wedding Features the Dreamiest Springtime Florals
by Brides of Oklahoma February 2
Nicolette and Tony’s Myriad Gardens wedding is so full of simplistic elegance and the absolute dreamiest springtime floral design from the talented Tony Foss Flowers! In the lushest, most botanical setting possible, stately wedding design still holds its own, and this reception is one of the chicest we’ve seen. Guests were invited in style with the prettiest pale blue suite from Paper + More complete with elegant ivory script and gold embossed details. White roses, lilies and blue delphinium combine for tall and bouncy spring centerpieces, and full, thick baby’s breath creates a dreamy table runner accented by formal flatware, linens and decor from Marianne’s Rentals. We know as soon as we hear Amy Cakes made it, it’s bound to be delectable, but this four-tiered square cake adorned with tiny rosettes makes the stylish statement this wedding needs! Topping the evening off with some tunes played by The Wavetones band, booked through Box Talent Agency, is a surefire way to get your guests on the dance floor and this group seemed to dance the night away! With just a touch of whimsy and the perfect amount of elegance, there isn’t an element out of place in this Myriad Gardens wedding all captured by Tammy Odell Photography. Read on for a note from the bride about one of her favorite wedding vendors. Cheers to Nicolette and Tony!
Photo // Tammy Odell Photography
From the bride: “Tammy Odell Photography always made Tony and me feel comfortable during our engagement photos and on the day of the wedding. I love how she is so passionate about her talent and that always shows through her work! She is one of the most sincere and kind-hearted people we met during our wedding planning.”
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Other Local Vendors: Myriad Botanical Gardens, Chelsey Ann Artistry, Aisle Be With You, Kams Kookery, The Copper Comb, Bradford House