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Let Love Grow – Autumn and Brady’s Stylish Fall Wedding at Hillside Manor

Autumn and Brady were married at the super romantic Hillside Manor in Norman, Oklahoma. They chose blush, gold and lots of lush greenery as their color palette and bride Autumn describes this best day ever as a magical fairytale. Amanda Scott Photography captured all the veil twirls and laughter and we cannot wait to share on Engaged Life!!

First, let’s talk about the bride’s wedding day look. Her JJ Kelly Bridal dress was fit for royalty and looked beautiful paired with a cathedral length Monique Lhuillier Bride veil, blush suede pumps and elegant accessories. She took bridal portraits in the lawn before her shimmering gold bride tribe joined her to celebrate moments before the ceremony!

Forever Borrowed designed all the pretty florals for Autumn and Brady’s wedding, but also managed all of the decor and coordination. Serious rockstar vendor alert over here!! We love the wooden arch, covered in ivory drapery and florals, with rustic lantern accents and the cutest little tree that the couple added soil to as part of their ceremony.

After vows and I Do’s, the most magical sunset session took place and you can tell from these photos that newlyweds Autumn and Brady were oh so happy to have found each other and started this next chapter of their lives together. They showed off their signed marriage license before heading into the venue’s rustic and intimate reception space to dance the night away with loved ones. Welcome to Married Life you two. XOXO

Vendors.
Venue. Hillside Manor
Photographer. Amanda Scott Photography
Dress. JJ Kelly Bridal
Veil. Monique Lhuillier Bride
Florals, Design and Coordination. Forever Borrowed
Videographer. Alumni Productions
Beauty. Macy Ellis
Music. FCM Entertainment
Catering. Revolve Pizza Kitchen
Cake. Sweet T’s
Bartending. The Tipsy Caravan
Limo. Royal Limos OKC    

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