Andrea and Seth had a beautiful, colorful, elegant wedding. Their sun soaked ceremony was held at the Philbrook Museum with the rows of terraces and fountains in the background. Andrea made such a beautiful back-lit entrance coming down the stairs to her ceremony. As cheesy as it sounds, she looked like a dang angel (she pretty much is one, though). They had their reception at Southern Hills Country Club. Crooked Roots Floral team turned the space from a blank canvas to a true work of art. They had greenery installations hung all around the room, and garlands all across the tables. The dance floor was decorated with two gorgeous floral walls at each corner. Like, honestly… when we first walked in to have the grand reveal of the reception, it took our breath away. Each vendor at this wedding worked together so hard to pull off a truly beautiful event. Andrea and Seth’s faces were adorned with the most genuine smiles all day long. It was a day of true joy and celebration. Enjoy!
I absolutely love everything about this wedding! I would love to be able to shoot at the Philbrook Museum!
Their first look is an absolute dream and I love the vintage feel of all the art in the first photos. Simply gorgeous.
Holy moly! These are absolutely gorgeous. The Philbrook Museum looks like such a dream to shoot at, it’s so romantic and luxurious!
OH MY GOODNESS! The florals on this Philbrook Museum wedding are amazing. I have never seen anything so lush and green INDOORS before <3 Amazing work as always Montoya Collective <3
Ok the Philbrook Museum is INSANE! Definitely on my list to check out. The florist did an amazing job too – THAT BACKDROP! Ah!
I am in AWE of that flower wall!! How gorgeous are their florals? Do you happen to know where their invitations are from? They’re so fun!
My goodness Keely, some of these photos in this set alone are some of my favorite of yours ever. You did the most wonderful job capturing it all. The Philbrook Museum looks like an absolutely incredible place to wed.
Whoa, these details! What a gorgeous wedding at Phillbrook Museum!