A Vintage-Inspired Fall Wedding at the Dominion House in Guthrie, Oklahoma

                    Everything about the wedding of Chelsea Craig (29 and a dance teacher) and Jeffrey Craig (35 and a physician) felt like the fall

Everything about the wedding of Chelsea Craig (29 and a dance teacher) and Jeffrey Craig (35 and a physician) felt like the fall with lots of DIY touches to make their day extra personal. Their wedding took place at Dominion House in Guthrie, Oklahoma, which was “was absolutely the most ideal venue we could have imagined,” Chelsea says. It had a beautiful garden with a mansion backdrop, and the elegant vintage vibe was perfect for their outdoor fete. Chelsea and Jeffrey wanted to put their mark on their wedding day, so to reflect Jeffrey’s great love of pumpkins, created DIY pumpkin vases they filled with romantic blush and ivory floral arrangements by Madeline’s Flower Shop, which lined the aisle and decorated the dining tables. The ring bearer even walked down the aisle with a pumpkin. At the end of the evening, Chelsea and Jeffrey gave their guests pumpkins as wedding favors, with a handmade lantern to hold as the newlyweds made their horse-and-carriage exit. A memorable highlight? During the reception, Chelsea’s flower girls—also her dance students—performed to “Love Never Fails” by Brandon Heath. See the prettiness below, captured by Blue Elephant Photography.

Madeline's Flower Shop created these whimsical dark blush and ivory bouquets for Chelsea and her bridal attendants that looked like they'd been swept up from a meadow. The arrangements included roses, dahlias, stock, wax flowers and dusty miller.
Chelsea's maid of honor and bridesmaid wore dusty rose short-sleeve dresses and carried matching whimsical bouquets. Her "bride announcer" wore a dusty rose dress with a sophisticated updo and headband to match the elegant, vintage style.
Pumpkins and gourds lined the aisle leading to Chelsea and Jeffrey's garden ceremony. Scattered blush and white flowers added to the romantic ambience.
Chelsea's flower girls, who were also her dance students, performed during her wedding. They were dressed like ballerinas, with blush dresses and flower crowns.
The gardens at Dominion House in Guthrie, Oklahoma, provided a lush, romantic setting for Chelsea and Jeffrey's fall ceremony. To represent their union in a meaningful, visible way, they assembled a unity cross.
Chelsea's lace trumpet-style dress evoked her vintage theme. It had delicate cap sleeves and a V-neck.
Ivory dining tables with blush chair wraps added to the vintage vibe inside the mansion for Chelsea and Jeffrey's reception at Dominion House in Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Chelsea and Jeffrey got engaged while carving pumpkins, so naturally they included pumpkin decor in their fall wedding. They carved pumpkin centerpieces that doubled as vases for blush and ivory flower arrangements.
The cake by Rosebeary's Designs in Baking was perfect for the vintage wedding theme. It had four tiers with neutral fondant wrapped with lace and pearl details and scattered ivory flowers.
At the end of the night, Chelsea and Jeffrey's guests held lanterns (also their wedding favors) as they made their horse-and-carriage exit. "We cannot count how many people told us that our wedding was like a fairy tale," Chelsea says. "We couldn't have dreamed up a more beautiful wedding."