Open House and styled shoot
I really do think Fall is my favorite season of all. I think maybe after seeing the pictures from Tori and Zach’s wedding, you will probably feel the same way too. Oklahoma was definitely showing off that day.
Her colors, the weather, the decorations, everything was wonderfully brought together and thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.
During our Open House in January of 2019, we offered a behind-the-scenes look of a styled shoot for all of our attendees.
This allowed those that came to the wildly successful Open House to see what goes on during a styled shoot. They were also able to observe unique ways that two different planners were able to utilize a similar color palette and create two totally different styles.
Hayden and Daniel’s fall wedding had such a contemporary, fun and funky vibe! I couldn’t get enough of her pictures with the changing leaves in the lower ceremony location. Her florals from Infrared Floral Design were magnificent and completely unique to anything we had previously had at the venue.
What a joy it was to work with Erin in preparation for her wedding day! She had such a sweet, tender heart and chose some of the best wedding professionals in Tulsa. She chose an understated elegance for her wedding day and it proves just how successful simple, romantic decor can be in the right venue.
Brides of Oklahoma
November is gorgeous here at the Ranch. One of the best things about having so many weddings out here is seeing the variety of places photographers explore. The lighting changes during Autumn and it influences some photography location choices on the day of the wedding. These fall colors did not disappoint.
Something Blue Journal
When we started this venue, one of the first things we decided to do, in regards to advertising, was join Brides of Oklahoma. This magazine is a highlight to vendors and brides alike. It is such a treat to be able to attend a lovely brunch with other wedding professionals, connect over mimosas and coffee about the industry and celebrate all of our best work and real weddings in print.
This year we were able to participate in one of the styled shoots for the planners and adored every second of time spent with these amazingly talented professionals.
2018 was nothing short of spectacular! We had the opportunity to work with the best brides and the most wonderful families! We had our first full year as Tulsa’s newest wedding venue and were blown away by the love we experienced from all of our brides, grooms and their friends and families.
We also had the opportunity to participate in the First Edition of a new publication called the Something Blue Journal. This publication approaches weddings with a unique, cohesive and extremely modern vibe. It gives a voice to wedding professionals and vendors to create their best work and highlight their creativity.
What I find so precious about each and every wedding is that there is no denying the personalities of the bride and groom. The decor, the flowers, the photography, the guests are all wonderful extensions of two people desperately in love with each other.
Whitney and Cameron had a most stunning wedding day. The emotion surrounding each and every moment was full of heartfelt joy. It is so fun to be able to get to know our brides and their families and see how their personalities shine in their decor, vows and celebrations.
Do you ever have those days that leave you speechless? That make all the hard work worth every single ounce of effort? From the second I met Brandon and Joanie, I knew they were going to be a blast! They chose some amazing vendors and created such an indescribable celebration for their wedding day.
I adore when people choose things that make them happy, plan for out of the ordinary and push into their own extraordinary. This was especially true in Karlie and Dustin’s wedding. Karlie was true to herself and owned every single bit of her creativity and joy in her wedding.
Their wedding day had the blessing of the rain and brought everything indoors, but even a change of plans on the day of their wedding could not dampen the spirits of these two lovebirds.
The real joy in this work is seeing the intentional and joyful days held dear by the brides and grooms and their guests. Carter and Caitlyn were surrounded by beauty and the love of friends and family during their stunning indoor wedding.
The pictures captured perfectly the importance of their day and the value they held in sharing it with those they loved the most. Their wedding was also the first for us to have a live band, and their entertainment brought a new energy and filled the dance floor all night!
I never even got to meet Jourdan until right before her wedding. Her mom booked the venue 6 weeks before their wedding. Short engagements while not always common, are absolutely possible! You can still create the perfect day for yourself with a short turn-around by hiring fantastic wedding professionals.
There is a very sweet story to Jourdan and Matthew's wedding. About 5 hours before her ceremony was to begin, it looked like it was going to rain. I asked if she wanted to move the ceremony indoors so we would have time to make the transition.
There isn't much better than getting to know the couples that have chosen to get married here and all their stories. Bradey and Amanda were a couple whose tenderhearted nature was such a joy to be around. The chose to have a brunch wedding and I adored seeing the venue in a literal different light for weddings. They arrived early in the morning and the sunrise over the mountain crest view was just stunning.
The joy felt on Kelsey and Hudson's wedding day was absolutely palpable! Everyone had a smile on their face and every detail was stunning.
We created this space to be a beautiful location for both indoor and outdoor weddings. This indoor wedding utilized some of the best wedding professionals in Tulsa and was executed brilliantly.
Tulsa Wedding Society Styled Shoot
I find myself torn between wanting to see weddings in this space push technical and traditional boundaries and letting myself get lost in tried and true beauty. Madison and Craig's wedding was the epitome of traditional glamor and it was absolutely stunning.
I joined the Tulsa Wedding Society when we were still under construction and have enjoyed getting to know the professionals within this organization. These are peers in the wedding industry and not only have I loved working with them, I have truly enjoyed their friendship during our first year.
Earlier this year, we decided to showcase the talent of the members of the organization having a Member Showcase and Open House here at Dream Point Ranch and also by doing 3 different styled shoots. The first one was here at Dream Point Ranch and it is stunning.
This wedding is featured on Brides of Oklahoma!!
We knew when we built this wedding venue that it would house some of the best days in people's lives. This wedding was no exception! The best vendors were hired for this wedding and it resulted in the best. party. ever. Our goal was to build a big enough building so larger weddings would have somewhere to go in the Tulsa area that is both breathtaking and fun.
Madison and Connor had 315 guests at their wedding and we were able to easily give them a gorgeous space for an outdoor ceremony and indoor reception. The colors Madison chose were gorgeous and definitely indicative of a beautiful spring wedding.
Wild Emerald Styled Shoot
Featured on Junebug Weddings!!
We have some sweet back story on this wedding. Jason and I have known the bride's mom and dad, Janet and Paul, for about 12 years and have been able to live life together for a long time. We were privileged to be able to play a part in their wedding an thrilled to be able to hold their wedding and following celebration.
One of the reasons we created this venue was to hold larger weddings and Brooks and Austin's wedding was the perfect inauguration into the almost 400 guest range. We held 375 guests for her outdoor ceremony and indoor reception.
Oh the amount of talent of the wedding pros in Tulsa is amazing, to say the least. I love doing things out of the ordinary, finding new ways to experience normal treasures and thinking outside of the box.
This styled shoot was all that and more.
A beautiful twist on the modern bride was paired so beautifully with organic elements including loads of greenery, wood, fruits and veggies, florals to die for, and a jumpsuit.
And it was stunning.