Moody Tones for a Fall Wedding

From the first conversation we had with Sara and her mom, we knew it was going to be a beautiful and truly unique wedding. Sara and Bryce met in elementary school, had crushes on each other before middle school, and now get to do life together as husband and wife. 

Sara is a geologist and was drawn to moody tones for her fall wedding, set against the clean lines of Spain Ranch. We were all on the same page with creating a memorable event focused around coursed dinner, shades of purple, and paper goods that would make an impression. All components for a timeless yet sophisticated celebration.

Sara and Bryce, thank you for trusting us with your wedding, the overall design, and your florals. Your wedding is one we won't forget and we wish you all the joy and adventure in life & marriage!

XO, Ever Something Team

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Ceremony and Reception Venue - Spain Ranch

Planning, Florals, and Design - Ever Something

Photography - Monica Burgess Photography

Paper Goods - Laurel & Marie

Catering and Bar - 624 Catering

Rentals - Party Pro

Soft Seating - La Vintage

Drapery - Daniel Weir Design

Getaway Car - Royal Empire Tulsa

Cake - Frostens

Hair - Ash Franke

Make Up - Stunning by Starla

Entertainment - LionsRoad

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