Light, airy and made up of all things romance, Lacey and Gage’s summer wedding at Coles Garden Wedding and Event Center was so sweet we might have a cavity! Soft and delicate tones of mauve, pale pink and white create an air of romantic elegance that we simply adore. Runaway Belle Vintage Rentals provided perfect vintage velvet couches fit for royalty as well as the sweetest little lemonade stand we ever did see. Bride Lacey looked absolutely breathtaking in a Casablanca sheath gown from Bella Rose Bridal – Edmond topped off with a lace-edged sweetheart neckline and a stunning cathedral-length veil. After the ceremony, guests moved inside the venue for luxe reception dining among effortlessly chic tablescapes. We always hear that rain on the wedding day is lucky, and it was even luckier that Oklahoma waited until everyone had made it indoors! Since the newlyweds had planned to have their dance floor out on the patio at Coles Garden, the change of weather kept everything cool and shades came down to block the rain. Lacey and Gage’s summer wedding was filled with so many precious memories they can relive again and again thanks to the photography and videography skills of Danielle Villamarette & Co., so there isn’t a single memory lost in the chaos of their pretty pink day. See their gallery and wedding highlight below, and read on for a note from the bride about one of the most important things she learned throughout the wedding planning process. Cheers to the Billegs!
From the bride: “Enjoy every moment. As much as you want your day to be here, enjoy being engaged and the planning process. Your wedding day comes so fast and is over even faster!”
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Other Local Vendors: Getaway Cars, Gorgeous Blooms Floral Design, Runaway Belle Vintage Rentals, The Tipsy Caravan, Unique Entertainment, You Need A Cake, A Taste of Bari Italian Cuisine, Gordon Lizama, Jaide Richards, Okie Marquee, Styled by Larsyn, Sydney Cox