These are images from a wedding day that almost didn’t happen.
Kit & Jen’s wedding was the final day that The Philbrook Museum of Art would be hosting events for the next 8 weeks due to COVID-19 pandemic. As of that day, the governor announced no gatherings over 10 people. Although the Coronavirus had been causing feelings of uncertainty, Kit & Jen were able to continue with their small, intimate wedding, and the day brought us a rainy day that made me fall in love with The Philbrook Museum of Art even more. Jen wore a stunning dress from David’s Bridal, rocked her hot pink shoes from the SJP Collection, and draped her shoulders with a shoulder veil. Ever Something created a luscious, blush bouquet full of creams, pinks, and warm peaches. Kit wore a blue suit with his turtle glasses and strutted his Taft boots.
After a first look and some breathtaking photos in the garden, Kit & Jen got married in The Great Hall while it rained outside. Their closest family gathered to witness this moment, and it was followed by family photos. Once family roamed the halls or started to head off to the reception location, Kit & Jen enjoyed the art galleries – and even sat in front of their favorite piece of art within the museum for a photo.
The Vault Restaurant hosted Kit & Jen’s quiet party in the Tom Tom Room with a view of the Tulsa skyline, signature cocktails, creative hors d’oeuvres, and a nice dinner. I captured the candid nature of the event and finished with a toast to the happy couple.
Despite the chaos that has ensued from these past couple of weeks, these two had such high hopes and remained joyful, because what mattered most, after a 5 year engagement, is that they were married. Finally.