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Emily and John met through a series of serendipitous events. When they knew it was love, they excitedly planned a big Wedding Mass at St. Monica’s in Edmond, followed by a reception at the Skirvin. Then, Coronavirus hit, and they had to postpone the big ceremony and reception for the following January. Rather than waiting […]
Many of the print and online publications use Pinterest today to disperse their content, therefore Pinterest has quickly become a leading go-to location for literally all of it. So if you’re planning a wedding today, and you’re using Pinterest to help inspire the majority of it, I’ve got a few Pros and Cons to keep in mind as you tackle the never-ending-world of Pinterest.
Have you ever been to Eureka Springs? There are these quaint tree house homes one can stay in, complete with bridges within the trees leading you to the home. When I first saw Merrick Hollow I immediately felt like I was in Eureka Springs.
Daffodil Hill brands itself with the words “Intimate, romantic, and ethereal,” which we think is the perfect description. The owner is a photographer, and it shows: for the size, the number of locations for photos in this space is impressive.
There’s something about old architecture that calls to me. The Oklahoma Hall of Fame is one of those places. The front of the building features massive steps rolling down from its entrance, which is fitting considering the rolling prairie plains of Oklahoma. At the top of the steps, you’ll find two massive doors and an engraving above those doors with the year, 1926.
It’s easy to jump into planning the beginning of your wedding day, but the ending of your wedding day is a thought that comes later. I’m sure you’ve been to weddings with varying exits, from Sparklers to Bubbles, Glow Sticks to Ribbon Wands. You’ve stayed late at receptions waiting for the exit, and have experienced the “Faux exit”, but if those two options are just not what you’re feeling, what about a third Exit option?
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