I just love the venue where Megan and Eric held their March wedding, the Farmers Market building in Oklahoma City. Says Megan, “We didn’t really want the whole traditional wedding in a big fancy church. I really wanted something rustic and vintage with a lot of natural elements, and the OKC Farmers Market was absolutely perfect for this. It’s big and old, with a lot of worn down areas that just add romance and character. The lighting at night is absolutely amazing, and there’s a view of downtown behind the stage.”
From Megan: Eric and I decided to see each other before the ceremony, and I am SO glad we did this. It helped calm both of our nerves and we didn’t want our guests to wait a long time for us to take pictures in between the ceremony and reception. Also, I’m glad that Eric got to see me in my dress before all of our guests did.
My favorite moment was communion with Eric. It was literally the only moment where I felt like it was JUST us. It was such an intimate moment and I feel like I fell even more in love with him during it.
My sister, mom and I collected candles and glass candle holders in a variety of sizes, tied them with ribbon and twine, and lined the windowsills with them.
Bride’s dress: Maggie Sottero
Groom’s suit: Men’s Wearhouse
Music: DJ Pro Oklahoma
Congratulations Megan and Eric! Check out more from their wedding day over at the slideshow here on Josh McCullock’s website.