Grand Hall Wedding, Philbrook Museum

An intimate wedding between two deserving people with a heart for people, love, and a good time.

Aaron & Maggie’s wedding day started out as chill as can be. At her sister’s midtown century modern home, Maggie put on her wedding dress & cape with her sisters. Aaron, on the other hand, suited up at a Downtown Tulsa hotel with his closest friends while drinking a bottle of champagne. As the day continued, the overcast weather turned into rain, and Aaron & Maggie’s original outdoor ceremony was no longer an option. Katie with Ever Something put a plan into play by using the grand hall from the Philbrook Museum of Art to the gardens for their intimate ceremony. The pink hues in the ceiling made for the perfect color to match the floral arch installations. After Aaron & Maggie were finally married, friends & family raised a toast to the newlyweds before heading to Hearloom Rustic Ales for the after party. If there’s one thing I know for sure, Aaron knows how to throw a good party. As the owner of Valkyrie, he has amazing taste, and put together a lineup of catering from Palace Cafe, drinks from Heirloom & Valkyrie, a sweets bar from Antoinette Baking Co, and at the end of the night, kimchi fries from Lone Wolf‘s food truck! Darku J kicked off the party that went through to the AM. From every little detail, there was an intention set for an incredible guest experience. 

Aaron & Maggie | Wedding Day

Ceremony Venue | Philbrook Museum of Art

Reception Venue | Heirloom Rustic Ales

Planning, Design, and Florals | Ever Something

Photography | Jordan Taylor Photography

Catering | Palace Cafe

Bar | Heirloom + Valkyrie

Sweets Bar | Antoinette’s

Rentals | Party Pro

Food Truck | Lone Wolf

Entertainment | Darku J

Bridal Dress | The Bridal Suite at Nordstrom’s

Cape | BHLDN

Suit | Threads on Boston

I love a good party – are you throwing one?