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Sophisticated Wedding At McCormick Ranch Golf Club

Envisioning a wedding that’s sophisticated while still maintaining a laid-back feel? You’ll want to keep scrolling for this one. There’s the bridesmaids open-back BCBG dresses, beautiful blooms from Designs by Jeremiah, and the Bride’s stunning Allure gown, and of course, dancing the night away to JJ’s Band.  Photo duo Amy & Jordan captured some stunning moments from the day. See more here!


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From Amy & Jordan PhotographyErika and Phillip’s gorgeous blush and blue McCormick Ranch wedding in Scottsdale, Arizona was the perfect infusion of their unique Jewish heritage and their beautiful, yet laid-back style. The guys rocked grey suits, matching Vans and blue accents and, which perfectly complimented the blush lace bridesmaid dresses. Their chuppah was breathtaking, laced with stunning florals and kissed with succulents, which provided the perfect home for Phillip’s great-grandfather’s prayer shawl, which was strung on the top of the chuppah. As Phillip stomped on the glass and they became husband and wife, they celebrated the rest of the night away in a room full of burlap details and plenty of sweet treats. It was a beautiful day filled with laughter and love, and we were so honored to capture it!

Photography: Amy & Jordan | Floral Design: Designs By Jeremiah | Wedding Dress: Allure Bridals | Bride's Shoes: Betsey Johnson | Bridesmaids Dresses: BCBG Max Azria | Hair: Courtney Hope Poirier | Band: The JJ's Band | Ceremony & Reception: McCormick Ranch Golf Club | Coordinatior/Planner: Francine Kades | Dessert: Morsels By Marita Benjamin | Dress Shop: Lillian Lottie Couture | Groom & Groomsmen's Attire: Celebrity Tux And Tails | Makeup: Victoria Zipprich | Paper Products: Paper Crazy

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Romantic Rooftop Elopement at the Oklahoma City Museum Of Art

This is basically my dream. A light-filled, gorgeous-fest captured in a way that makes every image frame-worthy?  It honestly doesn’t get prettier than this elopement shoot from Something Gold Photography. With stunning styling by Ever Something, every detail sitting in this gallery is pure photo shoot perfection, and you can see it all here.

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Something Gold PhotographyI was thrilled when Katie and Taylor of Ever Something Event Styling were on board to collaborate on this shoot; their style is beautiful, precise and unique. We knew we wanted to do something romantic and feminine, and after discussing a few options for settings and style, we concluded that a natural, yet beautiful elopement would suit or desires perfectly

When we arrived to scope out the venue, my breath was taken away when I looked over the edge of the rooftop at the vast openness that lay before us. We loved this location because it seemed not to define a specific place, but to let the imagination decide the couple’s elopement destination.

Katie and Taylor brought our vision to life, creating the scene for an intimate and emotional elopement. I was honored when other amazing vendors came on board to help execute this shoot. From the beautiful furniture by Mood Party Rentals to the gorgeous invitations by Marisa Woolever, this shoot became an inspiring collaboration and was a joy to photograph!

Ever Something ….We started with the simplicity of overflowing eucalyptus and interesting stones. Paired with the white sweet peas and lavender the Eucalyptus created a natural theme to our table-scape. The linen runner was used to soften the bold look of the farmhouse table. We used textured plates with a polka dot napkin, mismatched silverware, and stunning glassware. The bridal bouquet was wild and unruly featuring a large airplant, anemones, dahlias, ranunculus, sweet peas, and sprigs of lavender tied together with velvet ribbon. The dress was the perfect color and texture next to her flowers and bold necklace. The dessert table made an elegant statement next to the simple concrete surrounding which held a variety of desserts such as berry pie, cream puffs, and cupcakes. We used glass bottles of all sizes holding single stems, a large potted succulent, and a glass box of stones to style. All of these elements combined created such a soft and elegant gathering for the bride and groom and their close friends.

Photography: Something Gold Photography | Videographer: Molly Thompson Visuals | Wedding Dress: BHLDN | Hair And Makeup: Blo. | Dishes: West Elm | Elopement Venue: Oklahoma City Museum Of Art | Envelope: The Postman's Knock | Grooms Lapel: Two Guys Bow Ties | Invitation Designer: Marisa Woolever With Good Measure Creative | Purple Ice Cream Bowls: Anthropologie | Rentals: Mood Party Rentals | Stylists And Floral Designers: Ever Something | Table Number And Calligraphy Chalk Sign: June Bride Lettering | Violinist: Laura Naturally

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Classic Elegance at Devil’s Thumb Ranch

This is one of those awesome weddings that mixes classic stylings with a breathtaking setting like Devil’s Thumb Ranch and pulls it off beautifully.  It’s rich hues playing nice with gorgeous invites from Regas, sophisticated details from Calluna Events and a bride who will take your breath away in Amsale. Oh, and then there’s the gallery of stunning images from Chowen Photography.  See them here.

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From Chowen Photography… Maris and Tyler reside in NYC, but have a great love for Colorado, so they had their lovely wedding at the beautiful Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Northern Colorado. It is the perfect location for a destination wedding. They had such an ease about them and we truly enjoyed photographing their sweet love for one another, their family and wedding weekend. They trusted us completely and we couldn’t ask for anything more.

Their wedding day was perfection with blue Colorado skies, white fluffy clouds and the perfect temperature. The wedding day was simple and sweet. The bride’s mother was even in her wedding party and her step-father married them. We loved how close the couple was to their families. Maris and Tyler also chose to do a first look and have couple’s portraits before the ceremony and it was so special. They had a chance to just be alone and enjoy the moments, scenery and each other before the ceremony and celebrating all night. During the ceremony, they had the wedding rings passed along a ribbon and passed by friends and family members before being put on their fingers. It was a super sweet way to send the rings to the couple.

The ceremony overlooked the mountains and the dinner and reception took place in a large barn type building. There was a lot of dancing and fun after that.

Calluna Events was so amazing at putting together all the details for this sweet and simple wedding in the mountains for the loveliest couple.

Photography: Chowen Photography | Event Planning: Calluna Events | Florist: The Perfect Petal | Wedding Dress: Amsale | Cake: Tee & Cakes | Invitations: Regas | Bride's Shoes: Kate Spade | Makeup Artist: Sally Walker | Hair Stylist: Jacqui Jolly | DJ: DJ Jahsonic | Groom's Suit: Martin Greenfield | Bride's Clutch & Bridemaid's Gifts: Kotur | Bride's Earrings: Margaret Elizabeth | Wedding Venue: Devil's Thumb Ranch

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Rustic Texas Wedding At Live Oak Ranch

When life rains on your wedding…you pile into the barn! It might have rained for this Texas Bride’s rustic ranch nuptials, but there’s nothing a pair of Hunter Boots and a good attitude can’t amend. Right? Thankfully, Anne Marie Photography was there to capture the day in all it’s stormy glory. For even more inspiration look here!


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From the Bride… I wanted my day to be about family, to have everyone I loved close around me. This worked out really well, because there was a 60% chance of thunderstorms leading up to my wedding and that made me have to move the wedding into the barn, which I did NOT want to do. It goes to show that planning and planning doesn’t really matter all that much, because life can throw you a curve ball. But isn’t it funny how whenever you least expect it, what you didn’t want to happen ended up being perfect. I definitely got the closeness feel at my ceremony because brining the reception into the barn required us to fit everybody in there. It was a tight fit, but a perfect fit. No one wants it to rain on their wedding day, but I chose not to let it ruin my day, my only day, and it was more beautiful that I could have imagined. We even ended up getting to take pictures outside.

I think the intimate setting, the many, many candles, and family made my day special. Our wedding made everyone feel like family. We had a very big bridal party, the more the merrier, and our pastor was my dad’s best friend. The ceremony had worship songs that were sung by my best friend that lived overseas. There were many laughs, and lots of tears.

The colors at the wedding were what I wanted, very neutral. The barn with the lights, and the field behind it was so beautiful that I didn’t want to mess it up with a bunch of color. I loved the flowers at my wedding. I had seen some pictures on Pinterest that had really neutral colors with lots of succulents. I loved the idea, so that was incorporated in a lot of my flowers. I absolutely love mercury, that was used in a lot of the center pieces and even up at the altar. My sister and I created a lot of homemade signs that went around the barn and even outside. It made it feel really personal and just about us. There was an old truck at the ranch that obviously couldn’t run, but we had some people back it up into the barn and we used it as a cake table. We relocated the tailgate, and it had “Ford” on it, which is my middle name, so it made it really special to me.

My cake was another inspiration I had. I had seen a picture of a “naked” cake idea; my cake lady didn’t want me to do it because she said it would dry out the cake. But I have to say, it tasted like the best cake ever to me. It was something really different, and it was what I wanted because I don’t like icing. My mom was a lifesaver, we didn’t have a wedding planner or anyone and my cousins ran the day of coordinating.

It wasn’t exactly as I planned — it was better. I loved every moment, and would do it over and over exactly the same if I could.

Photography: Anne Marie Photography | Cakes: Cakes By Cathy Young | Shoes: Hunter Boots | Catering: Sullivan Street Caterers | Ranch : Live Oak Ranch | Rentals: Aztec Rentals | Rentals: Revive Vintage Rentals | Transportation: Mission Golf Cars

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