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        This wedding between Maggie and Cole was a lot of things. It was intimate with just their closest family and friends. Each and every detail was personable and so well thought out. The bride designed the invitations on her own and got ready at her friend’s adorable Tulsa home. The kitchen was filled with the cutest mimosa bar, snacks, and florals. Cole got ready with his closest mates at his mother’s home and got to ride with his best man (and brother) in his cherry red mustang with the top down and music blaring. I drove behind them and could just see the excitement building on their drive to downtown Tulsa to marry his honey. They had a small gathering in front of 320 South Boston Building where Maggie’s dad whistled to signal we were ready for her to make her way to her groom. Cole’s eyes lit up as Maggie walked down the aisle to him with their little girl Blair running in front. They exchanged their sweet and thoughtful vows with one another and finally made it official. I’m not sure there was a dry eye in the crowd. After the ceremony, they jumped into the best man’s mustang and hopped over to a nearby rooftop for the prettiest golden hour bride and groom photos! You’ll want to scroll down and see those! So beautiful and warm! After their bride and groom portraits, we went over to their favorite restaurant, Villa Ravenna, where we all got to wine and dine on the best Italian cuisine I’ve had in months! This day was just so “them” and so perfect! I was so incredibly happy to be a part of their day. Check out all the amazing vendors involved:

        Videographer | MF Media

        Cake | Olive & Ora Baking Co.

        Makeup | Stunning by Starla

        Hair | AshFranke Styles

        Dress | Danielle’s Bridal

        Invitations | Maggie Rogers Dillard

        Rings | Newton’s Jewelers

        Caterer | Villa Ravenna

        Florals | Violet’s Flowers and Gifts

        Photographer | Chelsea Littleton Photography

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