A Perfect Wedding for a Vintage Bride | Oklahoma Wedding Photographer

"Now that the weight has liftedLove has surely shifted my way Marry me Today and every day Marry me If I ever get the nerve to say Hello...Say you will" - Train

On a beautiful day in December,  in the quaint and historic chapel of Old Trinity of Paseo Church , Hailey (a lover of all things cute and vintage) and Vincent (formally known as Luke by his family and a lover of everything involving books and maps), came together to become Man and Wife. A vintage dress and specialty hand made veil by Marina Marsili Veils gave the bride a ethereal look.  Stacy, Hailey's mom, along with friends and family gathered  many an antique to give the wedding a very a historic feel.   From old typewriters, to suitcases, books, and broaches this wedding gave a nod to the past as well as embracing their future. The ladies of Simply Sisters took all the families items and created a beautiful backdrop for this bride and groom to say their vows.  The bridesmaids were attired in soft coral chiffon gowns with a simple strand of pearls and baby's breath bouquets. They stood proudly alongside their groomsmen counterparts who all were likewise well attired in sleek, black tuxes with coral orange vests and bow ties. The reception was kicked off with a flower petal faux-exit so that all their guests who were leaving early could be a part of their goodbye.  The families brought their favorite signature desserts and a hot cocoa bar was offered  to warm up any chilly guests.  The showstopper of the day was the creation by Amy's Cakes .Wrapped in white fondant, edible book pages, and flowers this cake was perfectly vintage and ready to be admired.  Amy's Cakes really out-did themselves with all the detail.  This wedding start to finish was all about traditions, family, comfort desserts, and beauty.  It was a privilege to be a part of this wedding and share in the memories that really will last a life time.