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A Harwelden Mansion Wedding in Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Caitlin & Albert in Tulsa, Oklahoma
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With the help of her mother, Caitlin handmade each of the wedding invitations using bright patterned paper and handmade pennants.
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Caitlin walked down the aisle in a pair of Robin's Egg blue heels with cut out details and ribbon.
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Caitlin carried a bouquet of lilies, stock, roses and peonies in shades of yellow, orange and pink.
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The bridesmaids wore casual dresses in a bright teal, while the guys wore neutral colored suits with teal ties to match.
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Albert and his groomsmen wore yellow rose boutonnieres accented by astilbe.
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Caitlin's friend Liz, a graphic designer, made the chalkboard schedule of events and program for the ceremony and reception.
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The ceremony took place outdoors in front of the grand entrance to the 1920's Harwelden Mansion.
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Caitlin handmade celebratory streamers for each guest to wave as the couple exited the ceremony.
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Handmade bunting made from colorful floral fabrics hung from the end chair at each aisle.
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Caitlin wore a one-shoulder sheath gown with a lace overlay and ivory, crystal-embellished belt.
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Guests signed their names in little teal and pink hearts on the pages of the guestbook.
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Antique pewter platters were placed at the center of each table and topped with bud vases filled with yellow, pink and white flowers.
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The homemade cutting cake was frosted with white and yellow buttercream and topped with handmade bunting and a fresh bunch of yellow lilies.
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Caitlin's cousin made each of the 12 cakes in a variety of flavors for the reception. Each table had their own unique cake, which were displayed on Caitlin's collection of vintage tin cake carriers.
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Caitlin made homemade jams, preserves and jellies from seasonal fruits for each guest to take home.

Caitlin & Albert in Tulsa, Oklahoma

For their wedding, Caitlin and Albert wanted to create an elegant event with a vintage flair without blowing the bank. With a little creativity, dedication and help from their family and friends the couple pulled off a fun and unique wedding that achieved their vision. A mix of bright and pastel colors brought a cheerfulness to every detail, while handsewn bunting and handcrafted streamers felt playful and fun. The couple arranged all of the flowers themselves and spent months cultivating the perfect collection of vintage china for their tables and making the homemade jam, jelly and preserve favors.
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