The guys looked great in these suits. The deep blue and contrasts really brought the whole wedding party together.
How awesome was the sun coming in through this window? I always get excited when there is fun/harsh lighting and shadows to use for the detail shots.
This hotel room had some awesome window light and we were able to get some beautiful portraits of Sarah.
These were taken just moments before Sarah headed down the aisle and I couldnt help but grab a couple portraits.
Michaels reaction seeing his bride for the first time was priceless!
We headed out on some golf carts at Sand Springs for some portraits. Luckily we beat the rain.
Candy buffets are such a cute favor for the guests. This candy bar had a good variety of different candy. Tim and I couldnt help ourselves from grabbing a few ourselves.
Gorgeous set up at Celebrations at Sand Springs for the reception.
I absolutely loved the colors this custom monogram brought into the reception room. It was up all night and I think it really added to ambience of the evening.
We went out for some night shots and although this is in front of a garage door we were able to capture the uplighting which gives a feel for the party that was raging inside.
Ceremony – St Ann Basilica Parish
Reception – Celebrations at Sand Springs
Videography – Carden’s Film – Dave Niziolek
DJ, Uplighting – Pete Bayo Productions
Brides Dress – Cocoa Couture
Flowers – A&M Floral