Jeff ♥ Maegen | Chic Tulsa Mansion Wedding

Happy Friday! We’re so excited to finally share with you this charming Tulsa, Oklahoma wedding. This couple was married against the grandeur of the fabulous Dresser Mansion. There are so many fantastic details. This is a wedding that every girl dreams of! Without further ado here’s Jeff & Maegan’s whimsical wedding. ♥

Jeff and Maegen along with their entourage got ready in the gorgeous rooms of the mansion. I can’t get over the teal walls and whole storybook feel of the place! The boys were lucky enough to find a pool table in the basement. Maegen said she didn’t have a particular colour scheme for her wedding but she did ask that the bridesmaids to stay within the same coral family. The eclectic dresses look great together and I think it’s a terrific way to create more whimsy on the wedding day.

All the girls did their own hair and make-up! Now that’s a DIY bride! Jeff & Maegen exchanged letters with each other before the ceremony. ♥ I think it’s so sweet when I see couples do this and it puts so much more meaning to the day.

I love her Zigi soho sandals and how they perfectly complement her romantic styled gown! Plus they never stopped her from partying through the night.

I love this next photo and how it looks like Maegen could have stepped straight out of the 1920s after the mansion was first built. It definitely helps that she picked out a stunning Wtoo Marguerite gown from Bliss Bridal in Texas.

The bouquets were made out of brooches by Maegen and her mom. I’ve seen brooch bouquets floating around Pinterest but I never imagined how fun and awesome they are in real life! They were beyond cool! And I think these are by far the best ones I’ve seen so far, so pin away!

I love when a couple decides to do a first glance! Seeing this handsome couple in this setting, first laying their eyes on each other on their wedding day can not be properly expressed so I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. ♥

Two of the major themes for the wedding were owls and fabric flowers. The fabric flowers were also made by Maegen with the help of family and friends. They were used in centerpieces, railings, the arbor, and more. I even found them hiding among the real rose bushes. I found myself giggling with each new place I found them. It was magical! It was a warm, sunny Oklahoma day so the fan programs were a also very cleverly planned.

Jeff & Maegen’s wedding day was magical and their engagement story is equally as spellbinding. These two lovebirds went on a family beach vacation in North Carolina. Jeff took Maegen down to look for dolphins and suddenly knelt on one knee and asked her to marry him. How could she have said no to this handsome genteel fellow! The rest is happily ever after. :)

Jeff is an assistant college football coach so the groom’s cake could not have been more appropriate. The adorable cupcake tower was deliciously made by Icing on the Top here in Tulsa.

Now this is what I call a royal spread! The food, catered by Mershon Catering, was not only beautiful to look at but a gastronomical delight! And the kids weren’t left out either with a fabulous vintage candy bar!

I have to give some love for Dave from DJ Connection. He was a stellar MC and got the party started! I had to watch my foot tapping to catch these party pics!

Oh my goodness, they had a real photobooth! We got so excited we even jumped in ourselves! lol! Oh geez, I can’t get over the coolness of this wedding. Everyone had so much fun!

Oh and I almost forgot! We actually ran into Maegen even before meeting her. A day before our scheduled meeting, we were antiquing in our favourite little town of Guthrie, OK and noticed a stylish girl looking at owl necklaces. You can’t forget a beauty like this and when she illustrated her vision for her wedding to us we immediately remembered her. I guess everything was meant to be, even our little part!

Congrats to Jeff & Maegen! I’m so happy that we were able to be part of their wedding, and here’s one last shot of their love and make sure you check out the slideshow on the Event Page. There’s so many more fun photos. Have a super weekend!

  • August 17, 2012 - 11:37 am

    Jamie S - Wow, wow, wow, I love the vibe of this wedding.

  • August 24, 2012 - 3:34 pm

    Grace - Lovely! What a fun wedding. Looks like Dresser was the perfect location and you captured it beautifully!

  • August 31, 2012 - 1:22 pm

    Kristine - Thanks Grace!

  • November 22, 2013 - 5:30 pm

    Margaret - I LOVE those fabric flowers they made! I have been searching for tutorials every since I’ve seen this post a few weeks ago and still haven’t seen anything similar. Any chance the bride can post or email me the link to the tutorial(s) she used? Thanks!!

  • May 11, 2014 - 11:32 am

    Maegen - Sorry I’m just now reading & responding so I hope you get this Margaret. They are very easy, just time consuming & the first few weren’t the best so it takes a few to practice but here’s the link!