Elopement at Harwelden Mansion

Tulsa Harwelden Mansion with dusty blue vintage chairs in front
Tulsa Harwelden Mansion with Welcome wedding crest sign in front
White wedding bouquet with solitaire ring on top
Person holding white bridal bouquet
Bride in navy suit dress holding white bridal bouquet
Mother of groom pinning boutonniere to groom outside Harwelden Mansion
Groom and mother of the groom hug at Harwelden Mansion Tulsa elopement
Tulsa Harwelden Mansion with vintage chairs and wedding sign in front
Groom standing at alter next to officiant at Harwelden Mansion Tulsa elopement
Bride in dress suit walking down aisle
Groom grinning upon seeing bride at alter
Bride and groom hold hands at alter
Bride and groom hold hands at alter
Bride and groom hold hands at alter
Bride and groom hold hands at alter
Bride and groom hold hands at alter
Bride and groom exchange rings at alter
Bride and groom first kiss at alter- you may kiss the bride
Bride and groom cheering as they leave wedding alter
Bride and groom dancing in courtyard at Harwelden Mansion elopement
Bride and groom dancing in courtyard at Harweldon Mansion elopement
Bride and groom dancing in courtyard at Harwelden Mansion elopement
Couple walking through courtyard garden at Tulsa harwelden mansion
Bride and groom kiss at Harwelden Mansion
Bride and groom dancing in courtyard at Harwelden Mansion Tulsa elopement
Bride and groom dancing in courtyard at Harwelden Mansion Tulsa elopement
Bride and groom sitting on steps at Harwelden Mansion Tulsa elopement
Bride and groom sitting on steps at Harwelden Mansion Tulsa elopement

Elopement at Harwelden Mansion

I am so excited to present to you this Elopement at Harwelden Mansion! Mackenzie and Cliff had the sweetest vintage inspired Elopement with some of the most gorgeous heirloom details, including Mackenzie’s gorgeous vintage 1950’s blue wedding dress.

This season has made things so complicated for some of our clients. Mackenzie and Cliff had originally planned for their wedding to be in the early spring. Through all the changes, they knew they wanted to still keep their wedding venue, and we are so glad they did. Mackenzie said: “Although there was uncertainty in our situation, Cliff and I knew we wanted to start our forever together as soon as possible. We didn’t need the fine-tuned details. We had everything we needed. There was something so humbling about the way it worked out.” An optimistic outlook is a must-have for anyone planning anything during these uncertain times.

“If there is one thing I’ve learned, it is that the unexpected can lead to an even more magical day!”

— This is precisely what we loved the most about this day.

Mackenzie & Cliff had their ceremony right before sunset. It was calm and beautiful followed by a parade of cars honking and wishing them a great life together. Amy Lee Illustration made the most gorgeous signage for their elopement and every detail was just perfect. Mackenzie looked radiant wearing her grandmother’s 1950’s vintage blue dress! The way Cliff smiled seeing his soon to be wife walking down the aisle has smitten us forever.

We are super excited for Mackenzie & Cliff! Cheers to their life together!

Vendors: Venue: Harwelden Mansion | Wedding Coordinator : Mary Fencl Events |Wedding Illustrations : Amy Lee Illustration | Chairs & Rentals: Party Pro | Photography: Andi Bravo Photography | Videography :Andi Bravo Films.

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