Luxe 1940s Inspired Oklahoma Wedding | Natasha + Charlie
by Brides of Oklahoma September 29
Natasha and Charlie’s glittering gold, super luxe 1940s inspired Oklahoma wedding is the perfect inspiration for the bride-to-be wanting a glam take on the vintage trend. Read on to find out more about this sweet couple’s day (ps. did you happen to recognize one of the groomsmen?!)
Natasha and Charlie were excited to begin planning their dream wedding. The couple knew they wanted to have an elegant, fun celebration with family and friends.
The night before their wedding, Natasha and Charlie held their rehearsal dinner at Kevin Durant’s Southern Cuisine with family and close friends. Following dinner, they celebrated with the wedding party at RedPin Restaurant & Bowling Lounge.
Natasha married Charlie on October 25, 2014, at the Oklahoma Judicial Center. It was the first wedding held at the center and Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Steven Taylor officiated the nuptials. Natasha walked down the aisle in a Lazaro ivory and gold alencon lace mermaid gown with a sweetheart neckline and elongated bodice. Her grandfather and brothers accompanied the bride down the aisle as she carried a beautiful bouquet of blush and white roses with cascading white phalaenopsis orchids.
Following the ceremony, the newlyweds and guests traveled to the Oklahoma Judicial Center that was dripping in 1940s-inspired details of gold and silver. The couple’s ‘B’ monogram was sprinkled throughout the venue including on the bar and cake topper. The evening was full of celebration, laughter and dancing. The couple danced their first dance as man and wife to Natasha’s parents’ favorite song, “For the Love of You” by the Isley Brothers, as a special tribute since they’d both passed away, making the song so much more meaningful.
Natasha and Charlie happily celebrated their honeymoon in Mexico and currently reside in Edmond where Charlie works as Kevin Durant’s manager.
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