Now that it’s officially moving into better weather, the wedding industry is like one big happy camper with its outdoor opportunities! The beginning of Fall means beautiful breezes, colorful foliage + creative decor from one tree branch to another. It doesn’t get much better than an outside wedding when the weather allows it!
The sad thing? This doesn’t last forever and not for long in certain states. Outdoor weddings are favored among Oklahoma brides so opting for an indoor wedding when the Fall season isn’t quite finished can be a bummer.
With that said, we are here to share ways that will help you embrace your indoor wedding by getting creative but mostly, choosing an amazing venue like Thunderbird Chapel. Keep reading to see and learn why this quaint little chapel in the middle of the woods is perfect for your indoor wedding needs!
Indoor Wedding Love…
With intricate work and attention to detail specifically for weddings, the chapel was built with surrounding foliage to create a nested feel. It was also built to have walls of windows that allow you to see the nature in all its glory.
Now, for those of us who aren’t crazy about outside weddings but the love the idea of nature, we couldn’t think of anything more perfect! Another reason the Thunderbird Chapel helps you embrace the indoors is that it’s large size gives you and your guests room to breathe and enjoy the wedding in an airy, well-lit setting. It can be lit solely by natural light or candle light.
Another way to embrace your indoor wedding is to bring the outside in. The end of each pew can be lined with your favorite florals and foliage, allowing you to give the nature covered chapel a continued design through the inside. It also helps that the inside is made of beautiful, natural wood from top to bottom.
If you were looking to have your wedding outdoors, but plans had to change due to weather, keep an eye open for a venue similar to Thunderbird Chapel where bring the outdoors inside was the main focus when being built. How are you embracing your indoor wedding this season? Let your fellow brides know!