Tiffany blue for Tiffany, of course, was a must have for this stunning bride’s wedding at The Gaylord Pickens Museum in OKC! We added gold, champagne and ivory to the palette and finished off chair ties with crystal brooches for a bit of bling! The tone-on-tone champagne linens provided a rich backdrop for the subtle pops of color throughout the venue. A stack of signature colored boxes from Tiffany’s was placed on the gift table and used to collect gift cards and to display the program for the evening. The towering bride’s cake by Mishelle Handy Cakes was center stage in “Tiffany Blue”! Peonies, gardenias, delphinium, lilac, sweet pea, freesia, lavender, hydrangea, jasmine and Lily of the Valley were some of the varieties of flowers used for fragrance and to create an amazing landscape across the room by The Fleuriste. A tea “bar” was a nod to the bride and her mom who are tea aficionados. The bride’s sister-in-law, whom, also, served as matron of honor, sang at the ceremony and serenaded the guests at the reception while the band, Avenue, kept everyone’s feet dancing! Mini Chicken and Waffles and Really Fancy Grilled Cheese Sandwiches were passed as late night snacks before everyone showered the departing couple with lavender!
The Wedding Belle made it possible for my family and me to completely relax the day of my wedding. If there was a problem that day, I still don't know about it. My wedding was beyond anything I could have imagined. I could have not put such an amazing night together without them! For the seven months I took to plan my wedding, I always felt taken care of by The Wedding Belle. My concerns or issues were always met with a solution and nothing important to me was ever compromised.Tiffany