An At-Home Wedding In Yale, Oklahoma

Nicole and Jamie opted for an outdoor and rustic affair at the bride's sister's farm. Vibrant flower arrangements and DIY elements gave the wedding a

Nicole and Jamie opted for an outdoor and rustic affair at the bride's sister's farm. Vibrant flower arrangements and DIY elements gave the wedding a boho vibe with the ultimate touch being that guests were able to ride on a mechanical bull during the reception.

Jamie’s touch on the wedding was seen in the wheel barrow full of American craft beer, a lot that was brewed locally in Tulsa, OK, that complimented the barbeque cuisine.
The couple filled mason jars with homemade jam and arranged them on a cupcake stand for guests to take home as favors.
The wedding cake was a white cake with buttercream frosting called “Plain Jane” and decorated with the same flowers that were in the bridal bouquets. Guests could also taste mini cupcakes and cake balls in Red Velvet, Peanut Butter Cup, Triple Chocolate, Strawberry with White Chocolate, Orange and Margarita flavors.
The reception was set up using DIY elements such as jars filled with homemade jam and banners strung throughout to give off the laid back aura of guests being at a fair.
Part of the DIY decor at the reception was a chalkboard that had a romantic quote written on it to celebrate the just married couple.
Nicole's bridesmaids were her sisters and she told them that they  could wear whatever they wanted and to her surprise, they all picked out the same orange silk dress but in different styles.
Nicole looked beautiful in a long strapless gown from Alfred Angelo that she accessorized with a floral wreath and two turquoise necklaces, a nod to her Native American heritage. One strand of the necklace was from her grandmother's tribe and the other was something borrowed from her great aunt.
The flower arrangements at the wedding were kept to a minimum and meant to feel hand picked, featuring potted sunflowers and lavender that were already kept at the farm's garden.
The bride accessorized her bohemian chic look with two turquoise necklaces, a ring made by her grandmother's brother and a bracelet from Lucky Jeans.
Nicole and Jamie's ceremony took place against the backdrop of the rustic forest behind them and kept the atmosphere simple with the only ceremony decoration being wildflowers that were indigenous to the area.
Jamie wanted to wear a suit from an English designer, and so he chose a dapper blue cotton suit from Reiss, one that proved ideal for the hot weather during the ceremony.
Everything at the wedding made the guests feel relaxed, starting with the wedding invitations that embraced a movie ticket theme instead of a traditional format. The invitation package also included a card that made fun of British humor, an obvious ode to Jamie's British upbringing.
Nicole and her bridesmaids all wore different shades of brightly patterned silk robes while getting their hair and makeup done.
Nicole didn't choose a wedding color, yet her bridesmaids all wore orange silk dresses and the groomsmen wore suit pants held up with suspenders that matched the rustic and outdoor setting.
Nicole and her bridesmaids all held matching bouquets filled with vibrant colors. The bouquets were a mix of sunflowers, purple peonies, billy balls, scattered baby's breath, gerberas and cranberries.