Wedding Idea with Vinyl Records

We recently came across a fun wedding idea at Megann & Troy’s Oklahoma City wedding. They are big music lovers, and wanted to incorporate that into their wedding day. So they put their engagement photos on the center of vinyl records and placed them on the guest book table with some gold & silver pens for guest to write their best wishes. What a clever wedding idea and oh so fun too. Guests had a great time giving their best wishes to the Bride & Groom.

After the wedding Megann & Troy plan to frame the vinyl records to display them in their home as a special remembrance of their wedding day. Hats off to Megann & Troy for this cool wedding idea. Check back tomorrow as we share their wedding highlight.

Wedding Favor Idea to Spice It Up

We have seen lots of wedding favors, but this one was so cute, I had to share it.
The Bride had prepared cute little gift bags with a shabby chic container of her favorite BBQ rub for each wedding guest.

But there was also a letter in the bag, which included the recipe for the Bride’s BBQ rub and a small request for each wedding guest to share a few of their favorite recipes with the Bride & Groom. They had enclosed a stamped (already addressed) envelope and four recipe cards to make it easy for each guest to accommodate the Bride & Groom’s request.

I too love to cook and cherish some of my recipes that have been passed down to me by the great cooks of our friends and family. New Brides are always looking for good recipes and what a wonderful way to begin their recipe collection. Thanks for the sweet wedding favor, Krystina. I hope you make lots of great memories cooking all those yummy recipes for Montgomery. ~ Trisha {the cook} + Mark {the eater}

If you have any other fun wedding favor ideas, feel free to share below.

The Oklahoma Photobooth Company

Our Photobooth Story…
When our daughter was planning her wedding, she wanted to have a photobooth for her reception. I must admit, I wasn’t in favor of having one. Our daughter felt it would entertain all the guests at the wedding. She was right.(Shh..don’t tell her I said that) After using The Oklahoma Photobooth for her reception, I saw how much fun all our guests of all ages had dressing up in the props and popping in for a strip of photos. The Oklahoma Photobooth also prepared the sweetest scrapbook of photos and notes from guests that we took home the night of the wedding.

I have seen lots of photobooths at weddings and they are not all equal. The Oklahoma Photobooth has professional staff, a booth that is properly lit and is a REAL vintage booth, not a homemade shower curtain version, and their scrapbooks are so well done, it truly was a great investment for entertaining our guests.

Check out all the fun we have captured of guests enjoying The Oklahoma Photobooth and their Dance Heads Booth!

Check back tomorrow for some DIY tips from Marianne's Rentals for Special Events.

Remembering Loved Ones

Just had to share this very sweet way of remembering those we love. Very often there are loved ones who have passed away and are not present to share in your wedding day. I have seen several Brides have a special floral arrangement, candles, or photos displayed in honor of their deceased loved one. But Kati had a very special way of remembering her deceased Father on her wedding day. Her Mom took one of Dad’s “blue” shirts, cut out a heart from the material and embroider their initials and wedding date on the heart. They then had the heart stitched inside Kati’s wedding gown as her “Something Blue”. Maybe you have seen some very special ways to remember those we love, feel free to share.