Tradition, With a Lot of Fun

Rebecca and Scott had a lot of plans for their wedding day. A global pandemic hit, so they stuck to the traditions they held dear and basically had fun with everything else. They made the mix of tradition and fun, something unexpectedly perfectly them.

The day was filled with the traditions of family, friends, and all of the weddings that made up their history.

Rings.

A bride.

A groom.

A team of bridesmaids to help carry the day to perfection.

A group of men supporting and encouraging.

They decided to hold to the tradition of not seeing each other before the ceremony, but they did opt to play around with that tradition.

The ceremony was perfectly beautiful and filled with smiles and a few tears of joy.

After the ceremony, the guests arrived and the celebrating began.

The entire wedding party was up to having fun and looking fantastic!

Rebecca and Scott were truly filled with joy.

They also came prepared with their pandemic protection.

And there was a father/father-in-law to look over the day in a very fun way.

The Lawton Heritage Community Center was the perfect place for such a wonderful day.

At the end of the night, it was the wedding party and a very fun museum. What better place could there be for some end-of-day fun?

Rebecca and Scott, your wedding was perfection! Please find the rest on your online album here. Thank you so much for sharing such an amazing day and for all of the laughter along the way.

Perfectly Detailed

So many weddings that had been planned for the summer of 2020 were different. The wedding of Rebecca and Scott was no exception. It was not what they had planned, but in many ways, it turned out better. They have love. And they have the deep love of family and friends. Really, what else does there ever need to be?

I will start their story with the start of their day. Details. Perfect details.

The dress was dreamy with white lace on top of champagne.

The shoes were solid just like both Rebecca and Scott are. Also with a glittery and clear fun side.

In certain light, they look like they have fire inside.

Shoes. So many fun shoes.

Beautiful flowers wrapped in the handkerchief once held by a grandmother. Something special. Something blue.

Rebecca and Scott started the day getting ready in the quiet of the morning.

Loved ones looked on and helped out.

Anyone watching throughout the morning would have known how important this one moment was to this very proud father as he looked at his little girl all grown up and ready to fly into the arms of her future.

Huge amounts of love to the family and to the Lawton Heritage Community Center for bending the day in incredible ways to somehow fit perfectly within the safety parameters of a global pandemic and still manage to create the most amazingly perfect wedding.

More images of this fantastic day are on the way soon.