What advice would you give a couple trying to decide whether hiring a wedding planner is within their means?

Naturally, we are great proponents of hiring a wedding planner to reduce stress on the couple and their family when it comes to planning the wedding. Are you concerned that hiring a planner would break the bank? One of the most widespread misunderstandings about using a wedding planner is this one. Many people believe that hiring a wedding planner will raise the stakes and increase the cost of the big day. It turns out that the situation is reversed: a wedding planner will frequently help keep things under control and ensure that you get the most for your money. It's my responsibility to manage your budget, negotiate prices, and assist you with important financial decisions.

With the aid of a wedding planner, we can help keep you and your partner accountable when it comes to your budget.

Next, calculate how much your peace of mind is worth. - Realizing that a professional, not a friend or family member, is handling the money you are spending on your wedding. The couple's entire vision may be ruined if they choose someone who is easily distracted or does not completely get the mechanics of all the vendors working together as a team.

Last but not least, a wedding planner might not always concur with you, but that's only because they want to make sure you're choosing the ideal things for your special day. Naturally, a good planner will endeavor to realize your dreams. However, it is the planner's duty to intervene if you are making an impulsive decision or a decision that may lead to logistical problems in the future. A planner is essentially your voice of reason. And frequently aids in resolving a disagreement when weighing the advantages and disadvantages.

Sharon Holm
Tulsa Weddings & Design

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Wedding – Aaron & Alix

June 11, 2022   Photos by:  Doug and Ashley Photography The lawyer and the teacher. Two different families and lives coming together to form one. One of the most incredible couples we have ever worked with is Aaron & Alix! The couple exchanged vows and sealed their union at Sperry, Oklahoma’s stunning Springs Event Venue, despite the early summer heat. Aaron kept grinning and pacing as he waited to see his future wife. The moment Aaron saw his bride, Alix, the anticipation was finally over. Aaron, Alix, and their kids made a unique glass frame, and vows were made.The celebration got underway once the vows were exchanged!   Featured Tulsa Wedding Society Members: Planning & Coordination:  Britney Keirsey – BeYoutiful Occassions Officiant:  Catherine Mack – Green Country Wedding Minister Cake:  Allison Dickens – Ludger’s Bavarian Cakery Catering:  Goodies Catering Photography:  Doug and Ashley Photography                                                                      
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Meet Tabor & Emily Warren – Tabor Warren Photography

Tabor Warren Hey, there!Tabor here– First of all, congratulations on your engagement!!! I am thrilled that you are looking to make this the best time of your life, and want to do everything I can to help make that happen! A bit about me, I bust out “amazing” dad jokes on the fly, am always up for a foosball challenge, am very competitive, love all sports, and listen to music or podcasts at least 12 hours a day. I’m also an avid reader, guitarist, and outside enthusiast! I was born and raised in Tulsa, Was a lifer at Jenks, and went to OSU-Stillwater for my undergraduate and graduate work in Veterinary Medicine. I love being raw and prefer when people tell it how it is. When it comes to engagement and wedding photography, I am an open book and am committed to making sure every photo-related aspect I come across becomes the timeless heirloom quality your story deserves. Emily Warren Hey there, guys!I’m Emily– born and raised in Tulsa with a five-year detour in Stillwater, OK (Go Pokes!) On a standard day, you can find me at home, snuggling one of my six kiddos and throwing back cup loads of coffee. Photographing weddings and families are my specialty, but I also have a background in accounting. Handy, right? I’m a lover of lists, Harry Potter, sports (particularly football and basketball), The Office, vacations, and good conversation. I’d absolutely love to connect with you and figure out how we can serve you! Chances are, if you click the “Contact” button, I will be the one on the other end. 🙂 Be the best Bride you can be with the Tulsa Wedding Society. Let TWS make your day!  Tabor & Emily Warren, Tabor Warren Photography – 2022 Tulsa Wedding Society President
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Tips & Tricks | Expert Advice on ordering wedding cake

How much cake should I order for my wedding? Submitted by: Laura Talbot, of Ms. Laura’s Cakes Though it certainly seems like a simple question, it’s not as “cut & dry” as you may think.  We actually need to discuss several more questions before we can answer this one. During the wedding planning process you will often hear the question, “How many guests are you planning on having at your wedding?”. Well, if you’re like most, you may not really know exactly how many there will be for sure. What you do know is: you’ve got a lot of people on your list, your future spouse’s list, and your parents’ list.  But, how many guests will actually attend your wedding?  How do you plan for food?  How many servings of cake will you need?  Well, I can certainly help you with that and I truly want to help you figure out how to have enough cake for everyone without having tiers & tears leftover after the wedding. Wedding Guest List? First, lets narrow down your lists. The best advice I can give you is from my own personal experience and that is to go over the list by considering the following thoughts: Consider how many guests are from out of state.  If you think they will not attend then just send them an invitation, but mark them off of your food and cake list. Regarding the guests who are in state, go through and mark off the ones you are pretty sure won’t attend. But, be sure to send them an invite regardless of their expected attendance because, trust me, no one wants to be left out or forgotten. Will your wedding take place in the evening or early afternoon? This question is important! If it’s in the evening of the fall and winter months, it gets dark earlier. Some of your older guests (who may not like to drive after dark) and parents of little ones (who have early bed times) won’t be able to wait around till 9pm or later for you to cut the cake. On the other hand, if your wedding is in the afternoon, say 2 o’clock, your guests usually only expect cake and punch to be served. So, you will want to be sure you have enough cake to feed everyone for the entirety of the event. Next, a question you may have is, “How big is a serving of cake, actually?”.  My cake serving size guide is the Wilton standard, which is a  1″ X 2″ slice.  Your cake is on average 4″ thick, though sometimes a little thicker on request, but never less than 4″. Reception Guest List? So, now that you have an idea of how many guests you think will attend your wedding, here are few more questions for you to consider about the reception: How many guests do you plan on having at the reception? Some couples have a private ceremony, where only a select few are invited, but everyone else is invited to the reception. So, they are gonna need some cake, right? Are you planning to serve alcohol? If you are, then you should only plan to serve cake for two thirds of your guests. Why is this? Typically, most guys are not big sweets eaters anyway and, if they drink beer, they rarely eat cake.  Some of the ladies will opt to consume the calories of an alcoholic beverage over eating cake. Other guests, partaking in alcohol consumption, will often be so busy visiting and partying that they won’t remember there is cake. Are you planning to have a groom’s cake?  If so, then plan to serve approximately 50 servings of his cake. However, if the groom is wanting to showcase something fun and  3-dimensional, such as a 3-D football helmet or any other sculpted cake, you may need to accommodate for the popularity response and plan to reserve more than 50 servings for his cake. Unless you are planning to provide any additional desserts, sweets, or treats for your guests, you should now be able to figure out how many servings are needed for the wedding cake. Need an example? Okay, lets say you are planning to have 200 guests at your wedding and you are also serving beer and wine. While you definitely want to plan food for everyone, you really only need to serve cake for about 150 of your guests. Cake Shapes? Now to decide what shape you would like: round, square, heart, petal, hex, etc… Obviously, the most common are round or square, but there are some unique shapes that affect your overall slice count.  For example, square cakes serve more per tier than a round cakes. Cake Layers? When you envision your dream wedding cake, you may picture a taller and far more grand design than you actually need, but that’s okay too. Let me explain how each tier adds more servings. Let’s consider a round cake that needs to serve 100 slices. You could do any of the following to achieve that desired number:  3 tier, round serving 74  3 tier, round serving 106  3 tier, round serving 125  4 tier, round serving 130 Get the idea?  Pair your wedding cake with the groom’s cake and you will have close to 150 servings of cake total. Take my previous suggestions into consideration and plan accordingly, I guarantee that my concept works pretty well.  Sure, you may run out of cake or perhaps you may have just a bit left over. The question to ask yourself is, “would I rather run out of cake or have extra cake, just in case?”. Now, if you want your cake to look bigger or are just really wanting extra cake, GREAT!  I am happy to add to the brides cake by adding a “faux” layer (for the same price) or by beefing up the size of the groom cake.  You can even opt to add a “kitchen” cake. That is a plain, frosted sheet cake that stays in the kitchen or goes under the cake table to provide extra servings if you should you need them.  That way, if you serve all of the bride and groom cakes and end up not serving the kitchen cake, you will have an un-cut cake to enjoy the next day with family who may be in town for the wedding. I truly hope this information helps you to determine how much cake you will need for your wedding day. I am always happy to serve you and glad to answer any specific questions you may have regarding cakes, food, and treats!  Confectionately honored to be your baker, Laura Talbot, owner of Ms. Laura’s Cakes
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Tips & Tricks | Expert advice on Wedding Hair & Makeup

Leave the worry to us, we can get you photo ready! Submitted by: Ashlee Bivins & Heather Valentine, of Primp Hair & Makeup Studio Hay girl haaaaaaay! So you’re engaged? Cheers, we are so excited for you! There’s lots to do, but no worries! We are going to help you out with the fun stuff- makeup & hair and hittin’ the highlights (see what we did there?). Okay, so here’s the deal, having hair and makeup for photos and events that will withstand last long hours is very different than applying your everyday makeup and hair styling regimen. You want your hair and makeup to still look like perfection while salsa dancing at your reception. Ole! In order to achieve that photo perfect look, there are layering steps that professionals like us do and specific products used that will guarantee your look will outlast the festivities. Win, win, my friend! Our methods have been tried and true. Our past brides have actually sent us photos while on the plane to their honeymoon, still in full hair and makeup from the wedding day! Whaaaaaat….? I know, crazy right? But seriously, girl, it’s so true!  Professionalism. -Throughout our years of working in the wedding industry, we have learned to work with all different personalities in all types of situations. Girl, lemme tell ya’, there have been some wild stories, but we are always able to get our brides through it. -We know how to handle situations that can arise in a high-stress environment and that is not something learned overnight. At the end of the day we strive to ensure everything is seamless for the bride. We actually sometimes double as therapists, like when our bride dropped her red lipstick down the front of her dress. For real, a total freak out moment for her, but we got her through it! Customized looks. -While we certainly take into consideration the current trends, we also keep in mind that the look needs to be timeless. We will give you our professional opinion on the looks you’ve pinned on your Pinterest boards. and from there we can weave the current trends into the final look. Years from now, when you are looking at your photos and showing your grandchildren how you looked on your wedding day, your look will be relevant and timeless. Trust us, you’ll thank us later! Fun. -You want to remember the morning of your wedding as being a fun mini party with all your favorite girls. Champagne glasses clinging, music, & laughter going on all while the hair & makeup applications are rotating with ease. Professionals like us know how to get the work finished in a timely manner, while also keeping the mood light and fun! Photo Credit: Chelsea Denise Photography Check out what some of our past brides have said about Primp! “I chose to try Primp for a trial based off a friend’s recommendation and immediately booked them for my Engagement Photos, Bridal Portraits and Wedding Day! One of the best decisions I made while wedding planning! Ashlee and Heather are so fun to work with and I had a blast with them each time they did my hair & makeup. Both of them can do anything and they made me + my bridesmaids feel so beautiful on my wedding day! I will recommend them to everyone I know!” “Ashlee and Heather did such an amazing job on my big day! After I was done being beautified with their amazing skills, I finally was able to take a peek of the end result and it threw me into a fit of happy tears. I was blown away by their work. Thank God for their waterproof lashes! My hair and makeup lasted well through the night, which I thought was impossible for me with my oily skin and fine flat hair, but I was proved very wrong! I never had to do any touch ups with hair/ makeup. My hair was still up, curled and in tact (seriously-even the following day which is a first for me) and all of my bridesmaids and family were equally thrilled with their hair and makeup! Can’t wait to return for a fun and relaxing beauty session with these ladies soon! Thank you so much Ashlee and Heather!”   Got more questions? We are happy to help! Contact us today and we will get you scheduled in for your trial with us. | | | 918-619-2384 Xo, Primp Girls- Ashlee & Heather
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Style Inspiration | Tulsa Wedding Society Member Design Collective at Dresser Mansion

When Wedding Pro’s Work Together… submitted by: Mandy Miller, Wedding Floral Designer of Divine Designs by Mandy   Hey there, Tulsa Wedding Society followers- Thanks for visiting our blog again! This week we wanted to share with you what happens when experienced wedding professionals get together to create something we call design “eye-candy”. Back in January, Dresser Mansion held an Open House at their historic venue where Tulsa wedding professional were invited to come and visit with brides & grooms about wedding planning. Some of our members of The Tulsa Wedding Society got together to design a tablescape set up that turned into an impromptu styled shoot and the results were exciting and visually outstanding. Bethany Faber, a wedding planner of Bethany Faber Events, who also represents Dresser Mansion as their venue coordinator contacted wedding floral designer Mandy Miller, of Divine Designs by Mandy to provide fresh floral designs for the attendees of the open house to view and enjoy. The success of their collaboration began with excellent communication regarding the execution of the design plan and was carried out beautifully due to the like mindedness of their taste & style. Add a beautifully crafted, artistic wedding cake from Laura Talbot of Ms. Laura’s Cakes, and “Viola” folks, you’ve got an amazing collaboration. Fortunately for us, the talented wedding photographer Andi Bravo was onsite that day and she happily agreed to document photos of the gorgeous results of the collective design. Take a look at this bright and citrus-y styled wedding theme designed by our Tulsa Wedding Society Members: Floral Designer | Divine Designs by Mandy Cake Designer | Ms. Laura’s Cakes Venue | Dresser Mansion Photo Credit: Andi Bravo Photography Linens and serving ware available at: Party Pro Rents
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Aaron and Alix
June 2022

By Doug and Ashley Photography

Mr. & Mrs. Hughes
Cakes by Ludger's Bavarian Bakery
Wedding Planning by BeYoutiful Occasions
Doug & Ashley Photography
Officiant: Green Country Wedding Minister Cathy Mack

Tips and Tricks | Wedding Budget

By tulsaweddingsociety_ytd3jh | April 28, 2017

What better person to get advice regarding your wedding day budget than Sharon Holm with Tulsa Weddings & Design? She has over 10 years of experience and prides herself on the ability to understand her clients, identifying their specific needs and goals, and deliver a luxurious event in a professional and stylish manner. See what she has to say about budgeting below! No matter what your wedding budget is, odds are it’s more than you’ll ever spend on a single event or party and we all want to make every cent count, right? You can ask nearly anyone in the event industry and they will tell you that just because you spent $20K there is no guarantee your event will look elegant, cohesive or have any personality or style. By now most brides’ glam squads, Mothers and MILs all have Pinterest boards of what YOUR wedding should look like. But the real question is, “how do I add VALUE?” Celebrities know! They almost all hire a stylist to dress them for any red carpet event. You would also hire an interior decorator or designer if you wanted to make your dream home look amazing. Again, it’s about adding value to an event and not just dollars. Here’s the secret to making the most of your budget. Take this quiz with your partner and rate the following in order of importance (1 being the most important to you and 10 being the least). ___Food ___Liquor ___Apparel ___Aesthetics/Appearance (flowers, decorations, centerpieces, ambiance) ___Music/Entertainment ___Convenience ___Spirituality ___Photography ___Family and Friends Attending ___ Invitations/Save the Dates Now you can determine how to allocate your budget based on your priorities as individuals and as a couple. Here are a few examples of adding value to your event. • Repurpose your bridesmaids bouquets as centerpieces, decor in the ladies room or the bar area to add a punch of color. • Use a numbering system on your RSVP cards to track your guests list and to reduce over-purchasing of catering items. • Open your buffet early. No one likes “hangry” guests! • Keep your guests happy and be courteous of their time. Trust me, happy guests add the most value to your event. Why purchase all the food, beverage, and décor for an empty room? • Think about having a morning ceremony and reception (serving a brunch). Your guest will LOVE IT! • Always ask the venue what other events are being planned before and after your event. Lighting, staging or draping from previous events may allow you to potentially “share” the cost for the weekend. • Ask all your vendors for insight and tips. They are the experts and want your event to be successful as much as you do. • Instead of a formal sit-down dinner or standard buffet, opt for a watch-while-they-cook “action station”. This is fun for all ages. • Two words to remember – House Wine and House Beer – you will thank me later! • Choose crowd-pleasing classic cake flavors for your desserts. • How can we forget your entertainment for the evening? This will make or break your evening. • Lastly, hire a Day of Coordinator to keep you on task, on time and at peace with your wedding party and vendors. Please use caution when asking your friends and family members to handle all the details of your wedding day. It’s easy for them to get distracted visiting with your guests and forget about your timeline. Its difficult for someone outside the wedding industry to see the full scope of an event. Here are some photos of some of Holm’s favorite weddings! Featured Vendors Tulsa Weddings & Design Brittney Ashton Photography Divine Designs by Mandy Primp Hair and Makeup Studio Jami Leavitt Photography Birdsong Photography

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Featured Wedding | Samantha + Adam

By tulsaweddingsociety_ytd3jh | April 21, 2017

We love it when one of our very own has a child tie the knot! Laura Talbot with Ms. Laura’s Cakes daughter did just this last month (March 11) at Okmulgee First Baptist Church. She was married by Pastor Tim Walker (pastor at Stillwater First Baptist Church), Samantha’s uncle and the pastor who also married Laura and her husband, Jimmy. The couple had dream team of TWS professionals to bring the day to life! The church gym transformed into a beautiful reception with the draping skills of Greg Sturg (Soft Touch draping) with roughly 263 feet of sheer linen as well as adding lighting from Integrity Lighting. Talbot remarked on some of the vendors she and her daughter chose for the wedding, “Rene Punch with Mom and Me Events provided day-of services for the wedding, which was one of my best decisions. While I know everything about cake and catering, I don’t know everything about conducting a wedding and getting everything pulled off. Rene was a Godsend in that area. I am in love with Mandy Miller’s (Divine Designs by Mandy) bouquets so I didn’t even have to think about who the florist would be. The lilac and white bouquets were gorgeous. I sent my daughter off the morning of the wedding to go get her hair and makeup done by Tulsa Bridal Beauty’s owner Krista Perry. (I wasn’t able to go with her because I was still prepping food for the reception). Her maids-of-honor went with her as well. When she got home she was beaming. I asked her if she was pleased with her hair and makeup and she said, ‘I feel like a princess’. Thats all I needed to hear.” Sometimes it can be difficult to walk the line between working an event and being a part of it. Talbot stated, “I set up her cake, got all the food delivered, and was done as ‘Ms. Laura’s Cakes’ by 2:00 pm; then I became mother-of-the-bride.” Job well done, Laura! Wedding Party Maid of Honor | Beverly (groom’s sister) Maid of Honor | Beverly (bride’s best friends since Kindergarten) Bridesmaid | Danielle (sister in law) Bridesmaid | Tabby (bride’s sister) Bridesmaid | Taylor (bride’s sister) Best Man | Tony (groom’s best friend) Groomsmen | Thomas (groom’s brother) Groomsmen | Mikey (groom’s nephew) Groomsmen | Luke (brother in law) Brittney Ashton with Brittney Ashton Photography documented the event. “Capturing Samantha and Adam’s wedding day was an honor. I have been friends with her mom almost as long as I have been shooting weddings. When Samantha was a senior in high school I shot her senior pictures. Now, 4 years later, I’m shooting her wedding. It was such a beautiful day and love was in the air. Of course the cake by Ms. Laura herself was phenomenal, she went above and beyond as always.” Congrats to Samantha and Adam from everyone here at TWS! Featured Vendors Photography | Brittney Ashton Photography Wedding Planner | Mom and Me Events Floral Design | Divine Designs by Mandy DJ and Sound for Ceremony | Infinity Music Draping | Soft Touch Draping Cake Artist | Ms. Laura’s Cakes Makeup Artist | Tulsa Bridal Beauty Lighting | Integrity Lighting Inc. Rentals | Party Pro Rents

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Featured Wedding | Sarah + Jack

By tulsaweddingsociety_ytd3jh | April 7, 2017

Sarah Webb came across Philbrook Museum of Art in a Google search while trying to find a city for her wedding that was halfway between her and her fiance, Jack Barker’s, families so that as many of their nearest and dearest could be present at their special day. They decided that it would be the perfect venue for their wedding and in early summer they set a date, booked Philbrook and Sarah and her mother, Jerri, made the trip up to Tulsa to meet with local vendors and plan the wedding. Sarah and Jack of Murphy, Texas were married on November 5th with a perfect background of the late fall colors in the presence of their closest friends and family. From the thoughtful touch of providing a fleece blanket for each guest, to the little flower girl almost stealing the show by standing up during toasts to recite the pledge of allegiance, Sarah and Jack’s wedding was full of joy and laughter as they were surrounded with love and good wishes from their family and friends. Featured Vendors Photography | Andrea Murphy Photography Officiant | Reverend Jay Howell Hair and Makeup | Primp Hair & Makeup Studio Cake Artist | Ms. Laura’s Cakes

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2017 TWS Gives Back Silent Auction & Dinner

By tulsaweddingsociety_ytd3jh | March 28, 2017

The 2017 TWS Gives Back Silent Auction and Dinner was a success! Ticket sales and silent auction donations added up to over $10,000 benefitting the Lindsey House. We would like to thank everyone who came out and bid on all of the amazing services and products as well as the following vendors who donated their services to make the event possible. Also, a huge thank you to TWS members who helped set up and tear down at the event. Here are a few photos from the event! Venue | Dresser Mansion Planning | Mom and Me Events Oklahoma Catering | Aila’s Catering Events Dessert | Ms. Laura’s Cakes Wine | Atlas Brands DJ and Marquee Letters | LionsRoad Lighting | Integrity Lighting Inc Rentals | Party Perfect Linen & Event Rental Photo booth | Route 66 Photobooth Florals | The French Bouquet Tulsa Valet | Exquisite Valet Photography | Andrea Murphy Photography, Picturesque Photos by Amanda Videography | PenWeddings, Redeemed Productions

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Lindsey House Charity | TWS Gives Back

By tulsaweddingsociety_ytd3jh | January 13, 2017

TWS Gives Back is an annual event hosted by The Tulsa Wedding Society benefitting a local charity. If you are an engaged couple or know one, this event is for you. You can bid on wedding services from amazing wedding professionals and since all of the proceeds go to a charity, what you purchase is tax deductible. This year, TWS is giving 100% of the proceeds from the silent auction to the Lindsey House based out of Tulsa. The Lindsey House provides long-term shelter and supportive services to women caring for children. Their mission is to support these families as they transition from homelessness, learn important life skills, and regain the confidence to become self-sufficient. The charity began as a group of church goers saw a need for single mothers without substance abuse or domestic violence. Women can stay up to 18 months learning the life skills necessary to live on their own. They have to pay off their debt with their own money, learn to live with no credit, and have to save money as part of a financial iteracy plan. So far, the Lindsey House has helped pay off $43,000 in debt. The Lindsey House currently has 12 units and is raising $6 million to build a new building. This is a charity that truly gives back to our local community. The silent auction and dinner begin at 6:30 at Dresser Mansion on Thursday, March 23, 2017. Click here for a full list of silent auction items and to buy tickets. Single tickets are $25 and VIP Couple tickets (including reserved seating, wine, and swag bag) are $65.

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Featured Wedding | Evie + David

By tulsaweddingsociety_ytd3jh | December 16, 2016

Evie and David were married on an unseasonably beautiful day in mid November at Asbury United Methodist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The ceremony was absolutley perfect, going off without a hitch. The couple then headed to Tulsa Country Club for a few photos then the reception. Then entire day was filled with so much love and affection for the couple. Congrats, Evie and David! Featured Vendors Picturesque Photos by Amanda Primp Hair and Makeup Studio Lionsroad Studios

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Tulsa Wedding Society | Who are we?

By tulsaweddingsociety_ytd3jh | December 1, 2016

So you are newly engaged?! Congrats! Now that you’ve taken a small break from staring at that bling on your left hand, it’s time to start planning! You are in luck because the Tulsa Wedding Society can help you out with all of your wedding planning needs. What exactly is TWS, you ask? We are a group of Tulsa’s top wedding professionals who meet weekly to discuss the local wedding industry’s trends as well as methods on how we can give our clients the best experience in town. Each member has their own specific view of the industry and can give great feedback to everyone else, making us better together! With a combined average experience of 15 years or more, you will find that we know weddings very well. Vendors are granted membership through an extensive application process to ensure that only the best in Tulsa are represented in TWS. What’s more is that we believe so much in our members that if you book at least four of us (and meet each vendor’s minimum booking rate), we will give you $100 cash. Who doesn’t love a little extra cash? That’s how sure we are that you will have a 100% satisfactory experience with the wedding professionals of the Tulsa Wedding Society. Below are the categories that you can choose from… Accommodations Bridal Resources Cakes and Catering Draping Flowers Hair and Makeup Lighting Music and Entertainment Officiants Party Rentals Photobooths Photographers Travel and Transportation Venues Videographers Wedding Planning and Coordination TWS is also active in the community by hosting the TWS Gives Back event where we raise money by donating our services and products to provide monetary needs for a deserving local charity. We have raised up to $15,000 for in the past for The Little Lighthouse and are planning another event for next year in 2017. Be sure to check out our website for a full list of our vendors! We can’t wait to hear from you!

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Kayla + Paul

By tulsaweddingsociety_ytd3jh | April 27, 2016

Kayla + Paul | Camp Loughridge wedding film {Tulsa wedding video} from Sarah Pendergraft on Vimeo. Boxing gloves + bloody nose = true love. At least that’s the way it was for Kayla and Paul. The story of how they met will make you laugh, and their sweet personal vows are sure to make you cry. Their wedding day at Camp Loughridge was full of silliness and sentimental moments that had everyone smiling from ear to ear. TWS vendors: Mom & Me Events, Wedding Planner PenWeddings, Videography Andrea Murphy Photography, Photography Primp, Hair & Makeup Party Pro Rents, Rentals & Decor Alia’s Catering Kitchen, Catering

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Cambria + Thomas

By tulsaweddingsociety_ytd3jh | March 5, 2016

Sarah Pendergraft on Vimeo. Cambria and Thomas have such a cute story. They were neighbors growing up and played together as kids… well, maybe… we think… possibly… but no one really knows. haha You see, Cambria had a boundary on their street and Thomas’ house was past that boundary. They remember becoming friends sometime around junior high, but no one is positive when they actually met. What they do know for certain is the way they started to feel about one another years ago, and they were both so excited to finally have their wedding day here. Cambria + ThomasTWS vendors:  Erica Weddings, Wedding Planner PenWeddings, Videography Integrity Lighting, Lighting Ms. Laura’s Cakes, Wedding Cake Primp, Hair & Makeup

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Jocelyn + Ryan

By tulsaweddingsociety_ytd3jh | January 20, 2016

Jocelyn + Ryan | Tulsa wedding film at The Silo from Sarah Pendergraft on Vimeo. Jocelyn + Ryan | Tulsa wedding film at The Silo from Sarah Pendergraft on Vimeo. Jocelyn and Ryan are always so upbeat, happy and excited… and their big day was no exception. They were all smiles and full of life, and ready to have a blast with their family and friends. They had a beautiful ceremony at one of Tulsa’s classic cathedrals, Trinity Episcopal, followed by a fun reception where guests who wanted to party could hit the dance floor, and those who wanted to relax could chill out on the patio on this beautiful night. TWS vendors:  Erica Weddings, Wedding Planner PenWeddings, Videography Route 66 Photobooth, Photo Booth  

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