What a Wedding

Just got back into the office after a great wedding Saturday night at the Dresser Mansion. This was the Third wedding of three that this couple had. The first was in Australia, the second was in England and this was the Third.

We always love being at the dresser, Charlie & Gina are great to work with and so helpful. The wedding was held outside in a heated 20x40 tent in the backyard, guests came inside for a hour and a half cocktail hour with two open full bars and passed appetizers. Dinner was served at 7:30 in the tent outside and guests were treated to Mershon's catering with Prime rib, sides, wrapped asparagus and wine. After dinner guests gathered inside the mansion main entry for the Toasts. Cake cutting was followed by hours of dancing and drinking ending at the strike of Midnight as the Bride and Groom rode off into the dark November night in Tulsa. A few photos are below for your enjoyment.

For booking call -

German American Society Wedding -
GAC Tulsa - Great wedding!
For booking info - 918-284-4933

Civic Center Wedding - OKC - Hall Of Mirrors

Our sister company in Oklahoma City was out and about in OKC this weekend. The civic center wedding was a great wedding. Jeff and Moran were both super clients. We met with them last April to plan this wedding and everyone was great. Abbey Road catering was super easy to work with and from what we were told the food was great! The Civic center was very easy as well and the staff was great. Morgan designed the cakes herself and did a great job, not sure who did the cake but it looked very nice!

Here is the profile for the event:

280 guests -
20+ Tables
280+ Chair covers
5-6 candles on each table - lit
Centerpieces on each table
18 uplights were used around the room to highlight the colors
4 lights were used on the stage computer controlled to add some extra excitement.

Sound was provided to fill the room but we could have used a little more but wasn't in the budget for the client. The grand entrance was to How Sweet It Is To be Loved by You - Michael Buble , The first dance was fun and upbeat to michael buble - everything. The hosts gave a welcome(brides dad) , no formal toasts were given, cake cutting and dancing! The sorority sisters did the special circle dance followed by the house rap song. After that the dancing ensued with the bride being given the VIP treatment to dancing queen by all the girls at the party. Jeff stepped it up to dance to some Vanilla ice with his guys and the dance floor was non-stop until 11pm when they made their grand exit outside.

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OKC -405-334-4203
Tulsa - 918-284-4933