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With a classic outdoor ceremony and celebratory reception at Park House at Myriad Gardens, Paige and Jeff’s romantic Oklahoma wedding captured by Kristen Edwards Photography is traditional with a touch of glam. Check out the full gallery and featured Oklahoma wedding vendors below!

Photos // Kristen Edwards Photography

Paige and Jeff went to high school together, but since he was two years older than her, they didn’t know each other well. Fast- forward eight years and the pair ran into each other at Fassler Hall in Oklahoma City where they talked all night. They went on their first date a few weeks later and have been together ever since!

To celebrate Paige’s birthday, the couple went to Cheever’s Café for brunch. When they got home, Paige saw champagne in glasses and flowers. One of the glasses held something more than bubbles – a ring! Jeff got down on one knee and asked Paige to marry him. She happily said yes. Their family and friends were waiting at a nearby friend’s house for a surprise engagement party. The engagement was perfectly private, but the celebration with everyone they love was so much fun.

The bride enlisted the help of Blair Sims who took care of everything throughout the wedding planning process. The couple was married at her mother’s home. Paige and her maids started their day with breakfast, hair and makeup at her mother’s house – a wonderful, relaxing start to an exciting day. One of Paige and Jeff’s favorite moments was their first look; seeing each other calmed their nerves and put them at ease.

After the small, intimate ceremony, the newlyweds and guests celebrated with a champagne toast. The wedding party took a party bus to the reception site, Park House at Myriad Gardens. Paige and Jeff were able to sneak into the kitchen for a meal before entering the reception, a perfect time to slow down and soak everything in. The couple then spent the evening celebrating with family and friends. At the end of their wonderful day, they shared a private last dance together, and then walked to the Colcord Hotel.