Timeless & True Tabletop | Lasting Impressions

Tulsa Wedding Planner, Lynn Wheatley of Lasting Impressions chose the cozy, luxurious, and a bit eccentric Campbell Hotel, in Tulsa, for the setting of her Brides of Oklahoma Magazine Tabletop shoot. There were so many beautiful details to her shoot from the florals to the favors. Click play to be inspired by her design and vintage details.

Lynn gave us a little insight into the thoughts behind her design…

Inspiration: My brides love to show me what inspires them: sometimes they bring tear sheets from wedding magazines, sometimes their iPads are filled with images gleaned from boards and sometimes the bride arrives with her favorite items that are meaningful to her and will inspire the look and feel of the wedding. This bride filled an old suitcase with treasures she has collected, heirlooms she feels blessed to have inherited and items from her travels. It is an eclectic mix but an important insight. My job is to not only create the event she wants but to weave the couple’s love story throughout the wedding. That is the theme for my design this year.

Colors: Blush and Metallic: The softest pinks and the well-worn patina of metals complement one another. Think of rose gold that was so popular after WWII and then fast forward to 2013 when ALL metals are softer tones – bronze, gold, silver, pewter. We love them all.

Style-Theme: Vintage Organic.

:: Wedding Pros ::
Lasting Impressions | desinger
Campbell Hotel | venue
The Inviting Place | paper suite & bride & groom signage
Chris Humphrey Photographer | photographer
Ms. Laura’s Cakes | cake
The Garden Trug | bridal bouquet
Abelina’s Boutique | wedding gown & accessories
Ashlee Biven’s Makeup Artist | makeup
Marianne’s Rentals for Special Events | rentals, vintage furniture, pillows, banquette, candelabra centerpiece, mercury glass shelving, chargers, flatware and stemware
Von Wedding Films | videography
Millennium Ice | champagne bucket
Lasting Impressions | florals, linens, antique candelabra, guest swag bags, martinis, postcard favors, china


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