Tulsa Wedding by Ely Fair Photography
November 2, 2011
DIY Inspired

You just can't look at this fun-loving wedding by Ely Fair Photography and not be happy. It's the type of  fête that will make you grin from ear to ear from all of it's style, spunk and cheery yellow color palette. With hand made details galore and an oh so adorable couple, it's sure to make your day that much brighter. It's a DIYer's dreams come true , and the gallery is full of steal-worthy inspiration for you to bookmark!





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From Ely Fair Photography...I am in love with this Tulsa, Oklahoma wedding. Michael and Jill's indoor/outdoor wedding is one of the most thought out and handmade that we have had the joy to photograph. The ceremony and reception took place at the Harwelden Mansion, a perfect venue for the charm of an older home, yet still personal and cozy. The bride and her maid of honor made almost everything- including pinwheel bouquets and boutonnieres, dying her bridesmaid dresses the perfect color yellow, hundreds of cut out bunting and folded paper cranes. The bride's dress is vintage, ordered off of eBay and topped off with a sweet bird cage veil. But not to leave the groom unmentioned-- he works at a screen printing company and majored in graphic design, so he designed and screen printed their save the date and invitations.

One of my favorite things about this wedding was their first sight. Most brides will timidly approach their groom. But not Jill. She walked right up to Michael, and tickled him. It was pretty fun. Michael and Jill have the cutest little girl together, and after their first sight, it was really fun to get to take some family photos of the three of them. Lots of love going on on that day.

Wedding Photography: Ely Fair Photography / Flowers: DIY by Maid of Honor / Ceremony + Reception Location: Harwelden Mansion / Invitations: The Groom / Wedding Cake: Merrit's Bakery