A DIY Woodland Wedding at Hidden Hills Cabins in Broken Bow, Oklahoma
This woodsy wedding makes us want to go camping! Inspired by the Wes Anderson film “Moonrise Kingdom,” Namia Ouldsfiya (26 and a teacher) and Jared Nixon (29 and an IT professional) loved the idea of being surrounded by the woods for their wedding. Hidden Hills Cabins in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, perfectly fit the casual, natural setting they were looking for. Plus, they could spend their wedding weekend relaxing there with their 12 guests. They chose a palette of red, golden yellow, salmon pink and shades of green to match the natural setting, and even surrounded the ceremony spot with little paper hearts and ribbons in the tree branches. Daisies, asters and baby’s breath created a wildflower look—Namia even wore a flower crown for a charming, outdoorsy touch. Following their intimate ceremony and a brief moment to dip their toes in the creek, Namia, Jared and their guests enjoyed a picnic-style dinner that included artisanal sandwiches, pasta salad and salad with drinks in enamel camping mugs and tins. And for dessert, they had wedding cake along with pies, cookies, and s’mores (because what’s camping without them?). See the prettiness below, captured by Hibben Photography.