He said when he learned that Noah had a girlfriend, he should have just known that the girl was Madison. They had been friends and known each other for a very long time. Madison and Noah were just kids when they first met, in their college years, their lifelong friendship became something more. Since that time, Noah has already felt like part of Madison’s family, her dad said. They’ve been going on family vacations for the past six years or so. It’s no wonder that this fairytale June wedding at the Hidden Porch felt like the official start of their lives together while the real adventure began years ago.
Madison and Noah are both unique people and though they respect tradition, they also celebrate what makes them special from everyone else. While they were cautious not to see each other before the wedding, Madison and Noah were okay if an accidental first meeting happened. Luckily, the first look went as planned, including it being a very private moment for just the bride and groom. No audience, no cameras to capture the moment, just the bride and groom. It was a very sweet idea for them to have their own special moment on their wedding day.
Originally, these two love birds had planned to be married at a church in downtown Tulsa on June 20th. And then just months before their wedding date words like: “social distancing,” “quarantine,” and “pandemic” came into our world. Madison and Noah had to quickly change their wedding venue, wedding date, and some other vendors, to overcome constant change when their original venue would no longer be available. They made a quick decision and booked the Hidden Porch. This whimsical, romantic, and light covered venue was the perfect spot for Madison and Noah to be married in the end… just one day later, on Father’s Day. The ultimate Father’s Day, where each dad would be gaining an in-law and the families would have already been together. I don’t think their wedding day could have ended up any more perfect or beautiful that it did.
Madison and Noah,
What a beautiful wedding and an absolute honor to photograph you two! You brought a loving peace to the whole day with your carefree and “come what may” attitudes. You were so relaxed and wanted to have fun with your families. It’s that feeling that makes your wedding day so unique to you as a couple and made it a blast to serve you both! Madison, you were a bride that looked very much like a princess in a perfect fairytale wedding venue with Noah, your forever Prince Charming! You have already gone through so much of life together, I pray you will keep growing toward each other and become stronger as the years go on. I hope that you enjoy the highlights from your amazing wedding day!
If you loved Madison and Noah’s wedding blog, take a look at Mercee and John’s garden themed wedding at the Arrow Springs Chapel in Broken Arrow, OK.
Katie and Dywren planned a unique wedding day full of details that are specific and special to them. Check out their colorful Broken Arrow Wedding at Greenleaf Barn.
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THE WEDDING DAY TEAM
Venue: The Hidden Porch … Photographer: Amanda Hitchen Photography … Bridal Attire: David’s Bridal … Hair Stylist: Darcy Brewer and Ally Johnson … Groom’s Attire: The Men’s Shop … Cake: Ludger’s Bavarian Cakery