Wedding Wednesday: Art-Inspired Wedding

For two artists tying the knot, Katelyn and Dusty found creative ways to feature their stunning designs into their wedding. This fun Oklahoma wedding took place outdoors on a beautiful day under strings of lights and surrounded by brick walls which set the perfect scene for photos.

Dusty and Katelyn incorporated their art into several facets of their wedding. Guests received creatively designed invitations and  responded with RSVP cards they decorated themselves. Each of the guests' creative cards were hung around the reception. 

Katelyn stunned in a sleeveless high-low dress with tons of detailing. Her bridesmaids took the mismatched bridal look to a new level.  Each of the women wore colors varying from white to grey and yellow as well as their own favorite colorful shoes. The beauty of the mismatched style is that each woman wore a gorgeous dress that is both stylish and practical. 

The groomsmen however, went for matching attire. Dusty and all seven of his groomsmen sported dark jeans and grey button-up shirts with their sleeves pushed up. Each of the men added their own touch by choosing their own tie style. The entire wedding party tied their style together with orange flowers. The men wore orange corsages and the women added orange floral accents to their small, white floral bouquets. 

Dusty and Katelyn exchanged their vows in front of colorful, street-art inspired backdrop. Surrounded by over 150 guests, the ceremony was filled with love, laughter, and happiness. 

After the ceremony, guests stayed in the venue for the reception. Everyone mingled into the night under the stars and the twinkling of lights. 

Dusty added his own unique touch to the wedding decor by hand-painting letter signs spelling out his and Katelyn's name. This set the scene for the dessert bar, which was baked by Dusty's mother, a former bakery owner.

Congratulations to Katelyn and Dusty! 


Article by: Emily Rochotte, Wedding Extraordinaire

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