Growing up in Enid, Oklahoma, I can positively say that I am no stranger to the bridal shop. A cute little boutique that sits on the edge of the square downtown, that I am sure every young girl has stepped into a time or two. Long before getting married was even on my radar, I had already browsed the bridal shop’s racks looking for the perfect prom dress. So of course, in my search to collaborate with a local business, they were the first on my mind.
After reaching out to Liz, an employee of the business, we quickly began to plan a shoot and the perfect opportunity soon presented itself. Morilee, a wedding gown designer was having a contest. The prompt? A shoot that represents your state. Of course, what better way to represent Oklahoma than on a farm, surrounded by horses, donkeys, grain trucks and livestock trailers? Both dresses were supplied by the Enid Bridal Shop from the designer Morliee. I encourage all of ya’ll to check them out if you’re local to the area and in your wedding planning journey. They are a joy to work with.
These photos will surely have you feeling like you’re in a country music video. Liz and Madison are the perfect representation of who Rodney Atkins was talking about when he wrote ‘The Farmers Daughter’ and will surely be a reminder to all upcoming brides that they CAN have a country wedding that feels upscale and luxurious, while also staying true to themselves.