The romance was palpable in Mackenzie and Rob’s Tulsa wedding at The Pearl District Building. The couple used the dark, industrial venue to create the overall vibe, and added only minimal greenery and candles to round out the enchanting feel. Their floral designer, Choctaw Florist, incorporated the prettiest touches of blush and red into the bouquets and boutonnieres, which add just enough color against the brown brick and black metalwork of the space. Mary Fencl Events did a fantastic job making Mackenzie and Rob’s industrial-meets-minimalist vision come to life, and Living Roots photographed it all beautifully!
Mackenzie and Rob
The Pearl District Building, Tulsa, Oklahoma
When we thought about our wedding we knew that what we wanted most was to enjoy this day with all of our loved ones and to honor God. We wanted our wedding to exemplify Christ because it was our love for him that brought us together and we want Christ to always be the foundation of our marriage. We didn’t want to put on an event we wanted a fun, sincere, and romantic night to start our lives together.
We knew we wanted to have it in Tulsa because it was a special place for us and it was the perfect meeting ground for our families coming from multiple states. The Pearl District Building was amazing at facilitating and bringing our vision to life. We loved the industrial and historical frame of the building with the added touches of mirrors and chandeliers that made it romantic.
It was really important to both of us that our friends and family got a full picture of the both of us and who we are as a couple for our ceremony. Our officiant Rob Hall is a close friend of both of ours and have known us for awhile, and he did an amazing job of doing just that. He spoke of our characters as individuals and of how we complimented each other. We also took communion as our first act as a married couple, and two of our other friends sang and played the guitar while we had that moment together.
Breanna was one of the biggest blessings we could have had on our wedding day! We did our engagement photos with her and her husband Ryan and they were so much fun to work with and she was so professional that we knew the wedding day would be a blast! She was professional, light-hearted, calm, and just let Rob and I enjoy our time together. Sometimes I even forgot she was there! She did not miss a beat and I was comforted throughout the day knowing she wouldn’t miss a moment.
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Living Roots
Event Planning – Mary Fencl Events
Venue – The Pearl District Building
Floral Design – Choctaw Florist
Catering – Andolini’s
Cake – Merritt’s Bakery
DJ – DJ Connection Entertainment
Stationery – Minted
Wedding Dress – Meg Guess Couture
Groom’s Apparel – The Black Tux
Rings – Michael Genovese Jewelers
Congratulations to Mackenzie and Rob, and a big thanks to Living Roots for sharing this lovely Oklahoma wedding with Junebug! Looking for more industrial wedding inspiration? You won’t want to miss how black tie elegance marries rustic industrial style in Kelsie and Brett’s Lace on Timber wedding!