With spring finally upon us, we could not be more delighted to share this stately soiree styled shoot by Allyson Whitney Designs. Featuring fresh florals, timeless china and a magnificent backdrop, this scene is everything a traditional bride could ever dream of! Shot by Kelsi Laine Photography, Gaylord-Pickens Museum, Home of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame served as the most picturesque setting. The gorgeous bellamy chairs and candlesticks from KRK Studios in combination with the rustic farm table from Mood Party Rentals made this display oh-s0-elegant. A sleek updo and striking makeup from AnnElyse Salon & Spa along with a breathtaking ball gown from J.J. Kelly Bridal Salon gave our bride a sophisticated look. Each and every detail worked together effortlessly to bring this inspiration to life, from the stunning four-tiered cake courtesy of You Need a Cake to the outstanding design of the invites by No Regrets. Look out for a word from Allyson Whitney herself to learn more about the inspiration behind this shoot and catch a glimpse behind the scenes with a video from Atria Creative below! Cheers to this fabulously fresh shoot!
Photos // Kelsi Laine Photography
Video // Atria Creative
From the planner, Allyson Whitney of Allyson Whitney Events: “My inspiration for the shoot was a timeless romantic marriage. There are so many ways to incorporate a timeless meaningful look and feel, but here we did it a few different ways. Blue represents trust, loyalty, heaven, faith, prosperity, wealth and much more. The blue chairs and china tied in the other details perfectly as the museum is strong in structure and creates a stable and comforting environment.”