Don’t be surprised if Emery and Marshall’s story becomes the next great romantic comedy in Hollywood. It goes a little something like this: Girl moves to a new town, doesn’t know a soul, and runs out of gas. She heads to the nearby dog park with her goldendoodle, hoping to find a friendly face. Girl meets boy, who happens to have a pup, too, of course. The dogs become best friends - and the people? They fall in love.
Marshall and Emery’s love story only grew as time passed, and when Emery had to head to a new city for six weeks for job training, Marshall planned a special date before she left town. On the date, he seemed nervous. Emery didn’t know what was going on with him - that is, not until he got on one knee in the Oklahoma City botanical gardens and asked her to marry him. She said yes, of course, and they headed to the restaurant, where both of their families were waiting!
Emery and Marshall chose her grandparents’ home for their wedding day, transforming their backyard into a stunning secret garden. It was the perfect backdrop to an intimate ceremony with those the couple cherishes most. Emery loves remembering Marshall’s face as she walked down the aisle, and all the butterflies hidden in the wedding day decor - special nods to her father, who had passed away a few years prior. Emery’s mom even surprised the couple with their favorite painter at the reception, who painted the gorgeous scene as they swayed to their first dance. Working with Emery and Marshall was such a dream - even though they said they barely noticed our cameras all day! - and we’re excited to give them a video that will help them relive their magical day forever.
Venue: Bride's Grandparents' Home
Planner: Big Events Inc
Photographer: Greg and Jess Smit Photography
Hair & Makeup: Hunter Paige by Parlour 3; hair: Katie Archer makeup: Saskia Harmon
Florals: Big Events Inc
Catering: STF Catering
Cake: Dessert Designs
Band/DJ: DJ Chris Faulk
Rentals: Liberty Rentals
Transportation: Stewart Parking
Dress: Romona Keveža
Suit: Jos. A Bank
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