Outdoor Wedding Venues Broken Arrow OK

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Stinchcomb Mansion
(918) 251-1558
1004 South Main
Broken Arrow, OK

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Ti Amo
(918) 499-1919
6024-A S. Sheridan
Tulsa, OK

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Blue Cottage
(918) 299-8204
409 East A Street
Jenks, OK
Years in Business
5
Membership Associations
Jenks Chamber of Commerce

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Tulsa Zoo
(918) 669-6634
6421 E. 36th Street North
Tulsa, OK

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Doubletree Hotel Tulsa Downtown
616 W. 7th St.
Tulsa, OK

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Glass Veranda at Forest Ridge
(918) 357-4404
7501 E. Kenosha
Broken Arrow, OK

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Hilton Tulsa Southern Hills
(918) 592-5000
7902 South Lewis Ave.
Tulsa, OK

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Te Kei's
(918) 382-7777
1616 S. Utica Avenue
Tulsa, OK

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Vesica Piscis Chapel
(918) 266-2141
2188 N. Hwy 167
Catoosa, OK
Years in Business
4
Membership Associations
Tulsa Bridal Association, Catoosa Chamber of Commerce, Catoosa Economic Development Authority

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The Hamilton Event Center
(405) 608-0342
41 NW 144th Circle
Edmond, OK

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Outdoor Weddings: 12 Planning Tips

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The open sky and weddings just go together. Whether public or private, outdoor weddings are great for dramatic settings. But if you place your celebration outside, there are many choices and decisions to make. Here are 12 wedding planning tips for your outdoor wedding ceremony :

1. Choose a "safe" date. If you avoid hurricane and blizzard season, you might keep weather disturbances to a minimum. Maybe.

2. Complement your surroundings, don’t compete with them. The natural beauty of your chosen setting shouldn’t need a lot of embellishment.

3. Take a careful look at how your guests will reach your wedding site. Think about exits. Make sure that guests don’t stumble through darkness as they leave.

4. Assure that your guests will have access to restrooms.

5. Ask your floral designer, caterer and other vendors how much time they’ll need to set up at your site.

6. Factor electrical needs into your plans.

7. Ensure your plans meet local ordinances — get appropriate permits and inspections.

8. Use microphones so your guests don’t have to struggle to hear the wedding ceremony .

9. Protect the food. Ask your caterer to take special precautions to preserve the freshness of the food.

10. Proper lighting is key. If nature can’t or won’t supply what’s necessary, call on an expert.

11. Have your wedding site sprayed for mosquitoes, fleas and gnats two days before the event.

12. During the event, use citronella candles. You might informally supply insect re...

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