There’s so much to love about Paige and Jared’s classic Oklahoma wedding captured by Josh McCullock! From the timeless invitations from Occasions to the incredibly delicious cake by Amy Cakes and gorgeous blooms from The Wild Mother, truly there’s so much prettiness!
Photos // Josh McCullock
Paige and Jared went to school together since middle school, but were never close. The pair quickly realized there was chemistry after hanging out with mutual friends during the summer after their freshman year of college. Jared messaged Paige a few weeks later, and they haven’t stopped talking.
When Paige got home from work on a dreary January evening, Jared asked her to come to the back yard. She realized he had thoughtfully cleaned the house and decorated the patio. There were hanging lights, pictures of the couple throughout the years, cards from his nieces and nephews, flowers and rosé. As Paige was admiring the décor, “At Last” began playing. Jared walked around the corner, got on one knee and proposed! After celebrating with rosé, he told her to get ready for a fancy dinner. On the way to dinner, the pair stopped at Paige’s parents house when she realized the street was lined with cars – Jared had planned the most perfect engagement celebration!
The couple’s day-of planner Kylie Hubbard of Social Weddings & Events kept their wedding day stress-free. Paige, her mother and maids got ready at The Coop. The bride was blown away by her stunning bouquet, which was a collaboration between Paige’s sister’s business, Root and Bloom Floral Design, and Jared’s cousin’s business, The Wild Mother. Following tradition, Paige wore her mother’s veil that she was married in 34 years prior! Paige will never forget the precious moment when Jared saw her for the first time.
They said, “I do,” and time flew. The elated newlyweds made their grand entrance on the Sam Noble Museum’s grand staircase. After eating and greeting guests, the couple hit the dance floor with glow sticks in hand! To close out the night, Paige and Jared shared a private last dance to “At Last.”