We were blessed with sweet spring hues and gorgeous soft light the day I photographed Sarah and Dar at Woodward Park Tulsa.
They drove all the way from Oklahoma City for their bride and groom photoshoot and arrived with beautiful smiles and traditional Indian wedding attire!
Dar is South African Indian so the traditional Indian wedding attire honored his heritage. Sarah, who is American, looked stunning in a navy blue lehenga-style saree. She styled her hair in a fashion-forward braid and wore gold bridal accessories that were elegant and luxurious. Dar was dashing in a Indian matching outfit. I love his modern black ring with gold accents from Diamonds Direct!
On their actual wedding day, Sarah and Dar had a Western ceremony. So they used these Woodward Park Tulsa bride and groom portraits to make a creative guestbook so everyone could enjoy the images we took leading up to the big day! They took my suggestion to take the guest book to the rehearsal dinner so friends and family could have more time to write their blessings and well wishes to the happy couple. Here is how I incorporated their images into their guestbook:
Woodward Park Tulsa is one of my favorite places to photograph bride and groom sessions. Wide-open spaces and rustic tree-lined paths with lots of greenery and quaint architectural details like brick walls, water fountains, and little bridges are a photographer’s dream!
These engaged love birds were so much fun to photograph with lots of energy and positive vibes. We had the best time during Sarah & Dar’s bride and groom session and I couldn’t wait for their summer wedding!
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