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Paige and Aaron’s wedding at Oak and Ivy Venue was simply the sweetest. They had gorgeous neutral colors and so much joy. View all the pretty down below:

Wedding at Oak and Ivory Venue

Paige and Aaron are just the sweetest couple and their wedding definitely reflected this. They are so happy to be part of each other’s lives and this was definitely brought up so many times during their day. We were surely getting emotional during their private vows, because they were just so very sweet. In addition, Oak and Ivy was an absolutely perfect fit for them. It was elegant, yet had some rustic Texas charm to it, which they continued to incorporate throughout the day. We loved the beautiful indoor barn that allowed plenty of natural light to come in. In addition, Oak and Ivy included a gorgeous backspace where they held their ceremony. We were so happy the rain held off because it truly was a sweet ceremony.

The Details

Paige and Aaron wanted to have a very minimalistic, yet elegant day. Their Planner Carleigh Long Designs did such a great job making sure their vision came to life. Everything was complemented so well with the white floral arrangements made by Blue Posy. They had a mixture of tall and short centerpiece with a circular arch that was the focal point of the ceremony, as well as repurposed for the cake table. The tables had personalized acrylic names as well as candles, and this really made the place look so elegant. Oak and Ivy Venue looked so beautiful this night, and made for the most perfect and fun day to celebrate their love.


Venue: Oak and Ivy Venue

Planning: Carleigh Long Designs

Photo + Video: The Lockharts

Floral: Blue Posy

Hair + Make Up: Brite Beauty

Catering: Texas Catering

Charcuterie: Board brie

Cake: Crème De La Crème Cake Company

Rentals: 5 Star Rental

DJ: DJ Connection

Circle Arch: Junk Disorderly

Exit Car: Toast and Coast DFW