Some of you may be having a hard time locating our original post about the wedding giveaway. In a nutshell, here's what you do to be entered:
* Send an email to email@example.com with your love story and some info about your wishes for a wedding.
* Include a pic of the bride and groom to-be!
* Convince us that you deserve the wedding!
As long as your wedding can occur in 2015, you are eligible to participate in the giveaway. If you know someone deserving, please nominate them!
Email us for any questions -
Thanks - Bethany (OAK's Event&Wedding Planner)
(Photographer: Christy Lum)
I will always be in love with this wedding - the flowers, the colors, the cakes, the food, the people. . .If I had to pick my specialty style, it would be defined at the moment by this wedding. The ceremony had an extra special touch as Casey and Greg included their little boy in the vows, the unity candle and the ring ceremony. The 3 truly became one family.
OAK had the honor of coordinating this entire wedding, providing the florals, the décor, the food and the directing. What an honor!
A pink, green and white event, with Peonies, Garden Roses, Hydrangeas, Queen Anne's lace and Eucalyptus. All florals by Bethany Sigrest at OAK. Rustic Décor with horseshoe accents for a horse lover. Stunning results -
A day that started out rainy and gloomy ended in the perfect setting for the perfect union between Liza & Johnathan. The bride was beautiful, the food was plentiful and the atmosphere was amazing.
(Photo was snatched from Nate West's album. . .)
We had the honor of providing the catering and our directing services for this Lake Caroline wedding. The bride was absolutely stunning in her dress from Oxford Bridal, and friends and family provided the decorations and flowers.
The OAK caterers did a fabulous job (as always) with the display and in keeping all of the "food stations" stocked and pretty. Fruit, Cheeses and Pickles were set up next to a chocolate fountain .
The rustic "M" was handmade for the bride and groom by OAK and it, along with a 2nd "M" were hung as rustic touches.
The 3 letter monogram was made by OAK and hung above the mantle to announce the bride's new initials after the vows were said!
Both the bride and groom love to cook, and along with a "cutting board guest book", the bride had a precious OAK apron monogrammed with her new name for pictures of the cake cutting!
Overall, it was a stress free, fun, joyful occasion and one I am so blessed to have been a part of.
Thanks so much from Bethany and the OAK Staff.