Thursday night is the night at Weddings of Tulsa! 50 vendor booth under one roof, including BridalifeStyle! Join Weddings of Tulsa on 10/2 at 6:30pm. The first 25 brides in the door receive a special gift bag with coupons for discounts off of services. RSVP by emailing info@WeddingsofTulsa.com with your name, wedding date, and the amount of guests you are bringing to our party! Come get your free copy of the latest BridalifeStyle Fall/Winter 2014 issue!
Weddings of Tulsa is located at8150B South Harvard Ave.Tulsa, OK 71137
For the Facebook Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1464180083802309

Thursday night is the night at Weddings of Tulsa! 50 vendor booth under one roof, including BridalifeStyle! Join Weddings of Tulsa on 10/2 at 6:30pm. The first 25 brides in the door receive a special gift bag with coupons for discounts off of services. RSVP by emailing info@WeddingsofTulsa.com with your name, wedding date, and the amount of guests you are bringing to our party! Come get your free copy of the latest BridalifeStyle Fall/Winter 2014 issue!

Weddings of Tulsa is located at
8150B South Harvard Ave.
Tulsa, OK 71137

For the Facebook Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1464180083802309


Seriously in love with this shot by Oklahoma City wedding photographer, Sheradee Hurst of Sheradee Hurst Photography! Such a sweet moment between the bride and groom, and that sun light seeping in…OMG…making this shot oh-so-dreamy! Love~

Seriously in love with this shot by Oklahoma City wedding photographer, Sheradee Hurst of Sheradee Hurst Photography! Such a sweet moment between the bride and groom, and that sun light seeping in…OMG…making this shot oh-so-dreamy! Love~


Party Pro Rents & Events is one of Oklahoma’s best event rentals companies providing tent, full-service event rental and event production dedicated to providing the highest level of professionalism and quality products to make sure your event is successful.
Party Pro Rents & Events has an extrememly wide array of rental products for your wedding, be sure to visit their showroom at 6820 E. 41st Street in Tulsa, to see their beautiful, high quality linens and all the items that will transform your wedding from drab to fab! It doesn’t stop there! Party Pro now offers retail products! From cake cutting sets, beautiful wedding sets with guest book, ring pillows, garters, to bridal party gifts and bridal shower supplies, you name it, they have it! Party Pro Rents & Events is truly your event one stop shop!
Call Party Pro Rents & Events today 918-622-8102 and speak with one of their knowledgeable consultants and let them help make your wedding an amazing experience! Visit them online at www.partyprorents.com

Party Pro Rents & Events is one of Oklahoma’s best event rentals companies providing tent, full-service event rental and event production dedicated to providing the highest level of professionalism and quality products to make sure your event is successful.

Party Pro Rents & Events has an extrememly wide array of rental products for your wedding, be sure to visit their showroom at 6820 E. 41st Street in Tulsa, to see their beautiful, high quality linens and all the items that will transform your wedding from drab to fab! It doesn’t stop there! Party Pro now offers retail products! From cake cutting sets, beautiful wedding sets with guest book, ring pillows, garters, to bridal party gifts and bridal shower supplies, you name it, they have it! Party Pro Rents & Events is truly your event one stop shop!

Call Party Pro Rents & Events today 918-622-8102 and speak with one of their knowledgeable consultants and let them help make your wedding an amazing experience! Visit them online at www.partyprorents.com


Turn your bathroom into a luxury spa with this white marble set. Starting at $37.99, available  at Luxe Objects at 6464 Avondale Drive, Nichols Hills Plaza, or call 405.608.0333.

Turn your bathroom into a luxury spa with this white marble set. Starting at $37.99, available  at Luxe Objects at 6464 Avondale Drive, Nichols Hills Plaza, or call 405.608.0333.


Taylor and Ryan met while in college at the University of Southern California.  Both biology majors, they actually met while at a volunteer program through Los Angeles County Hospital.  Taylor was immediately interested in Ryan recalling that she “went back to my dorm after we met and looked up his facebook profile with a couple of friends. (as any sensible teenager would).”  Her friends wrote him a truly embarrassing message from her account while “I laughed in the background and I doubted I would ever hear from him.”  “But I did!” It was from here that a wonderful relationship came to be and one weekend, Ryan took Taylor to San Diego.  While on an early morning hike in Torrey Pines State Park the two were on a trail overlooking the ocean.  There were signs posted to the rails with their favorite song lyrics. At the point of reaching the end of the trail, Ryan got down on one knee and proposed.  Of course, Taylor said yes and when they returned, both of their families awaited to celebrate with a surprise engagement party. Now both Taylor and Ryan live in San Francisco, CA and Dallas, TX was truly a destination for many of their guests.  But they “wanted to really share Texas with everyone and it was important to us to be able to tie in the natural beauty of the state as much as possible while still having an elegant wedding and reception.”
Taylor was looking to create what she calls a “romantic, earthy elegance vibe.”  So to create this there was a lot of wood, lace and neutral florals.  “My dad even built the wooden stump centerpieces from tree trunks from the saw mill.” Because Taylor and Ryan wanted to share the grandeur of Texas with their guests, they truly felt it important to wed in an outdoor ceremony.  They would find a wonderful venue in McKinney, TX, TPC Craig Ranch, that fit the bill, and should the weather not cooperate, there was an option that would still work well for them.  As it turned out, Taylor recalls, it was a good decision.  “because we needed it.”  A big thunderstorm came up and they were married on the back porch with a beautiful Texas sized view behind them.  Taylor recalls being amused at how she would check the weather almanac and how it showed it hadn’t rained on that date there in ten years.  “I guess we were due for it.”
Taylor has an important piece of advice for any bride on an outdoor wedding, “Hire your hair person for the whole day.  I was incredibly lucky because my cousin, Andi, did my hair and was available to actually style it twice.  Once before the ceremony (as planned) and once after (unplanned)” “The wind and humidity completely destroyed my updo and it was a very happy accident that she was there to fix it after the Texas weather undid her original hard work.” She recalls of her wedding day that “It was amazing.”  “We’ve never felt so surrounded by love.  We have such wonderful friends and family and were so grateful to have everyone there to celebrate.” One of the things that, for Taylor, made the wedding so special were the personal touches added into it like the centerpieces made by her father or the menu which was inspired by family recipes and restaurant dishes which they really loved.  “It really kept us focused on the reason we where there and involved our family and our friends in our love story.”
Click here to the full story and photo gallery.
The Dream Team
Wedding Planners: Sweet Pea Events | Photography: Ben Q. Photography | Venue: TPC Craig Ranch | Bridal Gown/Bridal Accessorie: Bridal Boutique, Lewisville | Bridesmaid’s Attire: David’s Bridal | Tuxedo: Men’s Wearhouse | Hair: Andi Supergan | Makeup:Emily Ward | Florist: Di Fiori | Décor/Rentals: TPC Craig Rental | Favors: Lori O’shea | Entertainment/Lighting: Simply Music | Cake: Legacy Cakes Bakery | Catering/Beverages/Bartenders: TCP Craig Ranch | Stationery: Minted.com | Bride’s Rings: Oscar Design Jewelry, Los Angeles | Groom’s RingsL Partita Custom Design Jewelry, San Francisco | Registry: Macy’s, Pottery Barn | Rehearsal Dinner: Frisco Train Depot | Transportation: McKinney Avenue Transit Authority | Accommodations: Marriott Legacy Town Center | Honeymoon Destination: St. Regis Princeville, Kauai | Travel Agency: Pleasant Holidays

Taylor and Ryan met while in college at the University of Southern California.  Both biology majors, they actually met while at a volunteer program through Los Angeles County Hospital.  Taylor was immediately interested in Ryan recalling that she “went back to my dorm after we met and looked up his facebook profile with a couple of friends. (as any sensible teenager would).”  Her friends wrote him a truly embarrassing message from her account while “I laughed in the background and I doubted I would ever hear from him.”  “But I did!” It was from here that a wonderful relationship came to be and one weekend, Ryan took Taylor to San Diego.  While on an early morning hike in Torrey Pines State Park the two were on a trail overlooking the ocean.  There were signs posted to the rails with their favorite song lyrics. At the point of reaching the end of the trail, Ryan got down on one knee and proposed.  Of course, Taylor said yes and when they returned, both of their families awaited to celebrate with a surprise engagement party. Now both Taylor and Ryan live in San Francisco, CA and Dallas, TX was truly a destination for many of their guests.  But they “wanted to really share Texas with everyone and it was important to us to be able to tie in the natural beauty of the state as much as possible while still having an elegant wedding and reception.”

Taylor was looking to create what she calls a “romantic, earthy elegance vibe.”  So to create this there was a lot of wood, lace and neutral florals.  “My dad even built the wooden stump centerpieces from tree trunks from the saw mill.” Because Taylor and Ryan wanted to share the grandeur of Texas with their guests, they truly felt it important to wed in an outdoor ceremony.  They would find a wonderful venue in McKinney, TX, TPC Craig Ranch, that fit the bill, and should the weather not cooperate, there was an option that would still work well for them.  As it turned out, Taylor recalls, it was a good decision.  “because we needed it.”  A big thunderstorm came up and they were married on the back porch with a beautiful Texas sized view behind them.  Taylor recalls being amused at how she would check the weather almanac and how it showed it hadn’t rained on that date there in ten years.  “I guess we were due for it.”

Taylor has an important piece of advice for any bride on an outdoor wedding, “Hire your hair person for the whole day.  I was incredibly lucky because my cousin, Andi, did my hair and was available to actually style it twice.  Once before the ceremony (as planned) and once after (unplanned)” “The wind and humidity completely destroyed my updo and it was a very happy accident that she was there to fix it after the Texas weather undid her original hard work.” She recalls of her wedding day that “It was amazing.”  “We’ve never felt so surrounded by love.  We have such wonderful friends and family and were so grateful to have everyone there to celebrate.” One of the things that, for Taylor, made the wedding so special were the personal touches added into it like the centerpieces made by her father or the menu which was inspired by family recipes and restaurant dishes which they really loved.  “It really kept us focused on the reason we where there and involved our family and our friends in our love story.”

Click here to the full story and photo gallery.

The Dream Team

Wedding Planners: Sweet Pea Events | Photography: Ben Q. Photography | Venue: TPC Craig Ranch | Bridal Gown/Bridal Accessorie: Bridal Boutique, Lewisville | Bridesmaid’s Attire: David’s Bridal | Tuxedo: Men’s Wearhouse | Hair: Andi Supergan | Makeup:Emily Ward | Florist: Di Fiori | Décor/Rentals: TPC Craig Rental | Favors: Lori O’shea | Entertainment/Lighting: Simply Music | Cake: Legacy Cakes Bakery | Catering/Beverages/Bartenders: TCP Craig Ranch | Stationery: Minted.com | Bride’s Rings: Oscar Design Jewelry, Los Angeles | Groom’s RingsL Partita Custom Design Jewelry, San Francisco | Registry: Macy’s, Pottery Barn | Rehearsal Dinner: Frisco Train Depot | Transportation: McKinney Avenue Transit Authority | Accommodations: Marriott Legacy Town Center | Honeymoon Destination: St. Regis Princeville, Kauai | Travel Agency: Pleasant Holidays


For all the family members who love pumpkin will go crazy for the pumpkin butter as a party favor. The vintage style of the stationery fits perfectly in with the rustic theme of the venue. The screen door with pictures pinned to it is a great way for friends and family to look into the past of the couple. The little cake topper banners is a fun and cute way of adding some personality to the wedding cake. The bride and groom share a very touching moment during the ceremony with a lush green and  floral arch. The bright colors of the of the bouquets looked beautiful and perfect for this outdoor wedding. Photography from Randy Coleman Photography. Follow us on Pinterest to find more gorgeous real wedding.

For all the family members who love pumpkin will go crazy for the pumpkin butter as a party favor. The vintage style of the stationery fits perfectly in with the rustic theme of the venue. The screen door with pictures pinned to it is a great way for friends and family to look into the past of the couple. The little cake topper banners is a fun and cute way of adding some personality to the wedding cake. The bride and groom share a very touching moment during the ceremony with a lush green and  floral arch. The bright colors of the of the bouquets looked beautiful and perfect for this outdoor wedding. Photography from Randy Coleman Photography. Follow us on Pinterest to find more gorgeous real wedding.


Sharon Tabb with Sharon Tabb Bridal Makeup and Hair Artist shared with us a few tips on finding your perfect look for the wedding.
Choosing a hair and makeup style for your wedding can be a daunting task. Do I wear my hair up, down, half up? What about curls? Do I stay natural or go for a new look? Your friends and relatives give their opinions as well.
Some of the best resources is to pick up magazines like BridalifeStyle and start looking through them, cutting out pictures.  Pinterest is a great source for looks and styles. Be sure to save them on a board so you can easily show to your hair/makeup artist.
When choosing a makeup look and hairstyle,  take into consideration that these are photos you will want to look back on for years to come.  Choose something that fits your style and looks like you, of course enhanced, and coordinates with your dress / head piece or veil
When you meet with your artist for your trial (we will come back to this), show them what you have collected. Go over each collected photo and narrow down.  Take into consideration your dress and hairpiece and/or veil.  If you have long hair and your dress has details in the back that you would like to show, then an “up do” style may be just the ticket.  If you are self conscious about having your hair up but would like to try wearing it up, try a modified low, soft up style with some loose hair framing your face.  You could do a half up, or lastly do a down style if these feels more you.  There are no rules if hair has to up because at the end of the day, it needs to reflect you and something you are comfortable with.  Many of my brides wear their hair one-way for the wedding then I do another style before reception.
Ok, the trial.  Yes!  Yes, you should have a trial.  The exception this would be if you have worked with the artist before and completely trust they can execute the look you are after.  Having a trial done is an amazing stress reliever.  You will KNOW that the artist can create the look you want and will have an opportunity to tweak the look to your particular features.  Then on wedding day, your look is complete and you will look fabulous!
Remember, this is your day. Make sure you are comfortable with the look you have chosen. Take pictures of your trial with your cell phone to see how it looks and what, if any, changes need to be made. This is one stress that you can be rid of before you even get to the venue.

Sharon Tabb with Sharon Tabb Bridal Makeup and Hair Artist shared with us a few tips on finding your perfect look for the wedding.

Choosing a hair and makeup style for your wedding can be a daunting task. Do I wear my hair up, down, half up? What about curls? Do I stay natural or go for a new look? Your friends and relatives give their opinions as well.

Some of the best resources is to pick up magazines like BridalifeStyle and start looking through them, cutting out pictures.  Pinterest is a great source for looks and styles. Be sure to save them on a board so you can easily show to your hair/makeup artist.

When choosing a makeup look and hairstyle,  take into consideration that these are photos you will want to look back on for years to come.  Choose something that fits your style and looks like you, of course enhanced, and coordinates with your dress / head piece or veil

When you meet with your artist for your trial (we will come back to this), show them what you have collected. Go over each collected photo and narrow down.  Take into consideration your dress and hairpiece and/or veil.  If you have long hair and your dress has details in the back that you would like to show, then an “up do” style may be just the ticket.  If you are self conscious about having your hair up but would like to try wearing it up, try a modified low, soft up style with some loose hair framing your face.  You could do a half up, or lastly do a down style if these feels more you.  There are no rules if hair has to up because at the end of the day, it needs to reflect you and something you are comfortable with.  Many of my brides wear their hair one-way for the wedding then I do another style before reception.

Ok, the trial.  Yes!  Yes, you should have a trial.  The exception this would be if you have worked with the artist before and completely trust they can execute the look you are after.  Having a trial done is an amazing stress reliever.  You will KNOW that the artist can create the look you want and will have an opportunity to tweak the look to your particular features.  Then on wedding day, your look is complete and you will look fabulous!

Remember, this is your day. Make sure you are comfortable with the look you have chosen. Take pictures of your trial with your cell phone to see how it looks and what, if any, changes need to be made. This is one stress that you can be rid of before you even get to the venue.


As the Oklahoma State Fair coming to an end, we were so glad to see at lease one couple took advantage of the opportunity to have a super fun engagement portrait done! We love everything about this photo shot by Oklahoma wedding photographers Travis + Haley G,  all the bright colors from the background, their adorable outfits, and the best part, their exuberant facial expressions of excitement! To see more from this engagement session, head over to Travis + Haley G’s Blog http://travisandhaleyg.com/9-20-2014-tj-loni-the-oklahoma-state-fair-oklahoma-modern-wedding-photographers/

As the Oklahoma State Fair coming to an end, we were so glad to see at lease one couple took advantage of the opportunity to have a super fun engagement portrait done! We love everything about this photo shot by Oklahoma wedding photographers Travis + Haley G,  all the bright colors from the background, their adorable outfits, and the best part, their exuberant facial expressions of excitement! To see more from this engagement session, head over to Travis + Haley G’s Blog http://travisandhaleyg.com/9-20-2014-tj-loni-the-oklahoma-state-fair-oklahoma-modern-wedding-photographers/


Wedding videos really aren’t what they used to be. They don’t have to be cheesy, boring videos that make you cringe every time you watch it. Today’s wedding videos are more like a mini movie that tells a beautiful love story. However, in order to be able to have this movie, you first need to have film makers who not only have the technical know how and artistic sensibility, but who are also experienced in weddings. III Oaks Video Production fits this bill to a T. III Oaks Video Production is a husband and wife team, Kris and Toby Nelson, who are passionate about their craft. For over 20 years. they have filmed countless precious memories, all with the most updated state of the art digital production equipment and a keen, artistic eye. Kris and Toby always bring such a confident, yet easy going vibe to every wedding that makes you feel you are taken care of and don’t have to worry about a thing. They always have the best interest of the bride and groom at heart and all they want is to capture your beautiful memories in an unobtrusive and authentic manner, that tells your story, with an emotional impact. Give them a call today at 405-478-8273 and find out how your love story could be told. You can also visit them online and view samples of their films at www.iiioaks.com.

Wedding videos really aren’t what they used to be. They don’t have to be cheesy, boring videos that make you cringe every time you watch it. Today’s wedding videos are more like a mini movie that tells a beautiful love story. However, in order to be able to have this movie, you first need to have film makers who not only have the technical know how and artistic sensibility, but who are also experienced in weddings. III Oaks Video Production fits this bill to a T. III Oaks Video Production is a husband and wife team, Kris and Toby Nelson, who are passionate about their craft. For over 20 years. they have filmed countless precious memories, all with the most updated state of the art digital production equipment and a keen, artistic eye. Kris and Toby always bring such a confident, yet easy going vibe to every wedding that makes you feel you are taken care of and don’t have to worry about a thing. They always have the best interest of the bride and groom at heart and all they want is to capture your beautiful memories in an unobtrusive and authentic manner, that tells your story, with an emotional impact. Give them a call today at 405-478-8273 and find out how your love story could be told. You can also visit them online and view samples of their films at www.iiioaks.com.


With its high glass finish over a rich base of blue, accented with a single silvered knob, it becomes a bright standout work of art, camouflaging practical storage for all manner of treasures. Plush cream lining protect jewelry, and a framed mirror in the lid provides convenience. $150 Available at Luxe Objects at 6464 Avondale Drive, Nichols Hills Plaza, or call 405.608.0333.

With its high glass finish over a rich base of blue, accented with a single silvered knob, it becomes a bright standout work of art, camouflaging practical storage for all manner of treasures. Plush cream lining protect jewelry, and a framed mirror in the lid provides convenience. $150 Available at Luxe Objects at 6464 Avondale Drive, Nichols Hills Plaza, or call 405.608.0333.