Depart In Style on Your Wedding Day

Wondering on how to depart your wedding? We thought we would share a few of our favorite past wedding exits.

An idea we often toss out for Brides to consider is having a grand departure following your ceremony at the church. It can make for great photos & video on your wedding day with your picturesque church as a backdrop. It also allows everyone who attends to your wedding to participate in your departure as you run through the crowd.

Very often, your car can circle around the block as guests depart for the reception and you can make your way back to the church to finish out the photos.

A limousine, classic car… For all our Oklahoma City Brides check out King’s Limousine. If you are in for having a classic car, they have the beautiful vintage white Jaguar (one of our favorites). They also have some great Limousine options as well. We have rented the Mercedes Limo bus decked with the big flat screen TV, great for transporting your Bridal Party. We love the fact that you can always count on them to be there with professional drivers ready to take you safely to your destination.

Dance the Night Away on a LED Dance Floor

Looking for a wow for your wedding reception? Check out this cool LED Dance Floor from Innovative Event Solutions in Oklahoma City. Your guests will have a blast dancing on their light up dance floor. The lights have multiple colors to pick from to match your color scheme. The lighted dance floor can remain constant or change colors to add some fun to your party. We recently filmed a wedding, where they used the LED floor as a runway for the ceremony.

See all the fun and excitement of IES’s LED Dance Floor from this short video clip below.

Wedding Video Invitation

Just thought we would share:

When we thought about wedding invitations for our daughter’s wedding, we knew we wanted a little something different.
All our guests received a DVD entitled “Your Invited” along with an insert with the Venue Address, Hotel Accommodations and the all important note to Kindly RSVP 😉

The response from invited guests was overwhelming.  Take a peek!