I was so excited when Elizabeth asked me to photograph her and Thomas’s wedding. She is one of the most giving and loving people I know. Elizabeth and Thomas had planned on a beautiful outdoor wedding but of course, in Oklahoma, you never know. It rained most of the day, but with a cute porch and an old barn you can get a lot of pictures =) She moved her ceremony in to the barn and was literally surrounded by everyone she loves. The ceremony was so lovely and cozy…it turned out perfectly! Oh…and a special thanks to McKinney for keeping the bride and groom safe and dry for the first look pictures!!
The awesome vendors who made the day happen: venue — Harns Homestead // catering — Kam’s Kookery // Wedding planner — Emerson Events // Desserts — Cuppies and Joe // Make-up — Herrington Artistry // Lights — Factory 110 // Wedding dress — Bridal Boutique (in Norman) // Farm tables — Kahoy Studios // Wedding shoes — BHLDN // Florist — Ashlea Wright //
Some of the wonderful vendors who made it happen:
Venue – Dresser Mansion // Catering – Abbey Road // Decor/Rentals – Mariann’s Rentals // Florist – Poppy Lane Design // Invitations – Chirps & Cheers // Wedding Planner – Gibson Events // Wedding dress – BHLHD // Videographer – April Vickers // Cake – Ann’s Bakery // Hair & Make-up – Siren Styling
This is what you do when it pours down rain on your outdoor wedding…you just roll with it!! The wonderful team who made it happen:
JJ Kelly Bridal Salon // Amy Cakes // Abbey Road Catering // Marianne’s Rentals // Poppy Lane Design // Blo // Chelsey Ann Artistry // Chirps and Cheers // Innovative Event Solutions // Gibson Events
I was so excited to hear that Jayme made the front cover of the new Brides of Oklahoma magazine that was just released. I had such a wonderful time with her bridal session at Turner Falls. Special thanks to Lindsay Gibson (stylist), Chelsey Ann (make-up artist) and PoppyLane (florist).