From the very first time that I met with Mollie and Josh, I was super excited to photograph their wedding. Not only are they a beautiful couple, but their love is so sweet and genuine. We started out they day with some getting ready photo (click here to see post) and then we went straight into the first look and formals. We did virtually all of the posed photos before the wedding. This left Mollie and Josh free of stress and able to go right into the reception after the ceremony. Sometimes it can be hard to get family there before the ceremony but Mollie is so organized that she had everyone in the right place at the right time. I love my brides. 🙂 The reception was at a very cool new venue in Glenpool. It was beautiful! We feel so honored to have been a part of such a beautiful day. Congrats, Mollie and Josh! Here are a few of my favorite shots from the ceremony and reception!

Ceremony Venue | First Baptist Church of Tulsa

Hair | Summer, friend of bride

Dress | Pomp & Pageantry

Tuxes | Men’s Warehouse

Florals | Serving Hands Weddings & Flowers

Transportation | Old Urban Trolley

Reception Venue | Glenpool Conference Center

Cake | Merritt’s Bakery

Catering | Eats and Sweets by Susan Effron

Reception Lighting | Lion’s Road

Band | The Groove Merchants

Rentals | Party Pro Rents and Events

Photobooth | Duet Photobooth

Videography | OK Wedding Videography

Click here to see the post from Mollie and Josh’s engagement session.

Click here to see the post from Mollie’s bridal session.

Almost time!

So sweet!

The kiss!

The Old Urban Trolley took the wedding party to the reception. Such a fun way to travel!

Bridesmaids and Maid of Honor bustling Mollie for the reception!

Love the lighting!

First dance!

Heath, the king of long exposures, took this shot during the reception. I just love how 30 second exposures make water look like glass. Beautiful!

The band did an amazing job. Seriously, these are some talented people!

Father-daughter dance!

Mother-son dance!

A little OKC Thunder love!

I leave you with a ring shot. The Glenpool Conference Center had some really cool up lighting in the hallway, so I took advantage of it. I snatched one of Mollie’s flower petals and placed the rings on it. Kind of a fun effect!



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