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An Engagement Session on Family Land Makes for a Meaningful Keepsake

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Maegan and Colby’s love story proves that sometimes it’s just meant to be. When it came time for their engagement session, taking photos on family land made perfect sense and Chloe Photography helped create some absolutely beautiful keepsake images for this sweet couple to cherish. Walking through the fields at golden hour, hand-in-hand, you can see the pure joy and elation on Colby’s and Maegan’s faces. Chloe captured these two so sweetly in her signature bright, airy and romantic style, and we couldn’t wait to share! Make sure to scroll below to read the story of how they met and how Colby proposed. Congrats to these lovebirds!

Photos // Chloe Photography

How did you meet? “My stepdad introduced us. My now husband was best friends with my stepbrother, so my stepdad has known Colby since he was four years old. My mom and stepdad own a western store in Ardmore, and Colby came into the store one day to pick his boots up that he was getting repaired. At the time, my mom and stepdad were looking at houses to buy and didn’t know the exact location of one of the houses, but Colby did, so my stepdad talked him into going with us to look at it. That was really just my stepdad’s way of getting us together, and ever since that day we have been inseparable! We started dating in May of 2018, were engaged in December of 2018, and married by June of 2019!”

How did he propose? “He proposed in front of both of our families on December 23rd! He invited our families over for lunch at our house. We were all opening Christmas presents and he wanted me to open mine in front of everyone, so I opened one and it was a box of nails. I was so shocked because I had no idea why in the world he was giving me a box of nails and then next thing I knew he was pulling the ring out of his pocket and was down on one knee!”

Bold & Bright Tulsa Engagement Session from Meg Rose Photography

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Lynse and Scott’s love story includes a couple of bold moves, so it’s perfectly fitting that their Tulsa engagement session included bold and bright tones captured beautifully by Meg Rose Photography! Lynse sported a bright red cocktail dress for one look before changing into a flowy floral number and letting the wind work its magic! The lush greenery all around them at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa provided a lush, gorgeous backdrop for all the golden hour goodness. Be sure to read below to see the darling way these two connected! Cheers to these brand new newlyweds!

Photos // Meg Rose Photography

From the bride on how they met: “We met in December of 2016 through mutual friends! Scott had just moved to Claremore and met a couple and became friends with them. Shortly after, the wife was getting her hair done by me and mentioned that they were going to dinner with a new guy in town and that I should come. So I did. I love making new friends! As soon as I walked into the restaurant, turned the corner and saw Scott for the first time, I was hooked. I told myself, ‘Oh boy, this is what everyone was talking about when they’d say you know when you know.’ I just knew from the moment I saw his face and smile that he was going to be mine forever! After about a month, we saw each other again. We started to chat, and before we knew it, it was time to go home. Neither one of us wanted to make the first move. But, shortly after leaving I decided to send him, ‘I think were going to be great friends…’ His response? ‘We’re going to be a lot more than friends!’ We’ve been together ever since.”

10 Stylish Oklahoma Ballroom Wedding Venues

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It’s hard to deny the elegance and wow factor of a traditional Oklahoma ballroom wedding. Picking the most dazzling setting to recite your vows in is no small task, but we’re here to help! With the perfect amount of space for your large guest list, these ten ballroom venues located in Oklahoma are sure to set the perfect tone for your big day, no matter what your theme may be! Happy Planning!

The Skirvin Hilton – The Skirvin Hilton opened in 1911 as “the newest, finest hotel in the Southwest.” Originally consisting of 10 stories and 225 rooms, the now 500-room hotel was renovated and reopened in 2007, and continues to be one of Oklahoma’s most historic and proudest hotel venues.

10 Stylish Oklahoma Ballroom Wedding Venues

Colcord Hotel  – With luxury boutique hotel style, the Colcord Hotel will surpass your wedding expectations! Set on 5,549 square feet, this hotel has many options when it comes to your ballroom wedding venue options. Just look at this beauty! They have one-of-a-kind indoor and outdoor event spaces, which gives your guests room to move about, while also keeping your gathering intimate.

Photo: Studio 1208

The Mayo Hotel– When this first class, 19-story hotel opened in 1925, The Mayo Hotel quickly became a social hub of high society. Fast forward to 2001, when after being long-abandoned and destined for the wrecking-ball, it was purchased by the Snyder family and renovated into the luxurious hotel it is today. It continues to be one of Tulsa’s premiere event spaces.

Photo: Picturesque Photos by Amanda

Renaissance Waterford Oklahoma City– At the Renaissance Waterford Oklahoma City Hotel, they invite you to experience a modern refresh they have completed. Discover this innovative hotel in the heart of Oklahoma as it provides a one-of-a-kind backdrop for any wedding or event. With eight eclectic spaces and exceptional planning and catering services, you are sure to feel inspired. This unique property has staff looking forward to helping you discover all that you can while in Oklahoma City.

The Sheraton OKC– Say “I do” at the Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel with any one of their customizable spaces. Choose from three ballrooms, including their new One Broadway Ballroom which features 29-foot ceilings and decorative hanging chandeliers. The Sheraton can accommodate anything from bachelorette parties to grand and intimate ceremonies. With over 20,000 square feet of space to choose from, the Sheraton is perfect for any bride’s style while including each and every cherished guest.

Photo: Josh Fisher Photography

Woodward Conference Center– Situated in Northwest Oklahoma overlooking Experiment Lake, the Conference Center can accommodate approximately 650 guests in the exhibit hall but can be reduced to three smaller areas seating up to 150 or rooms for less than 100 guests. They can also accommodate outdoor weddings with a patio overlooking the lake or the enclosed atrium might be your ideal solution seating 150 guests featuring floor to ceiling windows. Their experienced staff is able to assist the bridal party with everything from design to local vendors and are able to make your wedding day stress-free and memorable!

Embassy Suites by Hilton Norman Hotel and Conference Center– Conveniently located off of I-35 in Norman, the beautiful all-suite hotel offers a 28,800 square foot grand ballroom providing ample space to make your dream day special. Every event is ensured to have the high-quality meeting facilities, personal attention, fully-functional audio-visual equipment, exceptional catering and the personalized service Embassy Suites brings.With such a large, blank canvas, the Embassy is perfect for any style or decor!

Photo: Holli B. Photography


Tulsa Club Hotel – The Tulsa Club Hotel is luxury reborn. This lovely ballroom masterpiece is in the workings and will be opening this spring. You will be able to see this incredible space for yourself very soon! The grand history of this beautiful venue will surely become a part of its new fame.

Photo: Holly Gannett Photography

The Palace Event Center & The Chateau at The Palace Event Center – With Old World style décor, large crystal chandeliers and rare architectural antiques, our elegant Oklahoma brides are sure to love the large space provided by the Palace Event Center. Inside the Palace, your guests will feel like they are being entertained in the middle of a European courtyard. The venue features an original 2,800 square foot floating dance floor with a custom 35’ bar, accommodating up to 500 guests. Its sister venue, The Chateau, also located on site, is smaller and more intimate with a similar design aesthetic, accommodating up to 125 guests.

Photo: Rosie Cheeks Photography

Embassy Suites by Hilton Oklahoma City Downtown Medical Center – Positioned in the heart of OKC, Embassy Suites by Hilton Oklahoma City Downtown Medical Center can house your happiest day! With 10,000 sq. ft of event space, including three outdoor patio areas, your guests will have plenty of room to move around and mingle! The contemporary hotel offers a variety of catering options and a shuttle service to bus your loved ones throughout the city. With Bricktown just around the corner, you couldn’t ask for a more central location to say your vows!

Ballroom venues not your style? See our full list of local Oklahoma wedding venues here.

Lovely Orange and Blue Wedding Inspiration from Hilary Tailored Events

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Certain color combinations can be intimidating, but in this lovely orange and blue styled shoot, Hilary Tailored Events proves two bold colors don’t have to be a sight for sore eyes. In fact, quite the opposite is true here! With bright light pouring into Park House from floor to ceiling and a bright, contemporary tablescape, the orange and blue blooms from Poppy Lane Design really stand out, but at the same time, work so well together softened with floral texture and by incorporating other bold aspects into the aesthetic, like wood accents. Luxurious linens from Marianne’s Rentals Special Event Solutions help again to brighten and soften the space and create a beautiful backdrop for the place settings and daintily calligraphed stationery. Sophisticated glassware and other acrylic elements mirror the walls of glass Park House is known for. We love how Hilary Tailored Events took a risk with colors here, but by knowing how to give other elements the spotlight, lovely orange shades and bold blue tones work together in a vibrant yet understated perfect harmony. Cheers!

Photos // Christina Captures

From the planner: “I wanted to use a color combination that people can be a little scared of: orange and blue. I wanted to soften it up and show just how beautiful it can be if done right. I also wanted to incorporate multiple wooden textures to show that wooden does not have to mean rustic. The natural lighting of Park House pulled it all together.”

Colorful Ice Cream Shop Engagement Session from Lauren Beauregard Photography

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Not sure what’s melting faster – the ice cream or our hearts looking through these darling colorful ice cream shop engagement photos from Lauren Beauregard Photography! Lauren took longtime friends and now fiancés Josie and Koby to an Oklahoma staple, Andy’s Frozen Custard, to kick off their session in the most fun of ways. After cooling off with some custard, Josie and Koby heated things up in a secluded, natural spot as Lauren captured romantic images of these two oh-so-in-love. We love their bold, colorful outfit choices and their sweet, tender smiles. Raise your ice cream cone and cheers to Josie and Koby!

Photos// Lauren Beauregard Photography

From the photographer: “Oklahoma is H-O-T right now, so what better way to cool down that with your love at Andy’s Frozen Custard? Josie and Koby were easy going, fun, and down for anything. They loved being playful with each other as well as snuggling up close and snagging a kiss or two (or five). I’m not sure which was hotter, the weather or the couple!”

From the bride on how they met: “Koby and I met in the eighth grade while attending a college day at NWOSU in Alva, Oklahoma. We parted ways in high school due to Koby moving to Edmond. But it must have been fate because right before our freshman year of college, Koby’s dad moved to Weatherford, Oklahoma, where I would be attending college. Our paths crossed again, and the rest is history!”