I believe in fate. Two people can cross paths many times before they find each other; I truly believe that. I believe that two people can be in the same room, not know each other, but be in love years later. That’s exactly what happened with Mallory and Harrison. Fate brought them together; God brought them together.
Mallory and Harrison are the perfect amount of sweet mixed with fun. The two of them are so genuinely playful with one another. The laughter from the pair is sincere and contagious, and the smiles are soft and passionate. I could tell from the hours I spent with them that the two of them are wildly in love.
We started our session at the Restore House in Broken Arrow. The homely nature of this venue was what originally captivated me. The outside of the venue has a touch of southern charm, while the inside is beautifully modern. The gorgeous barn doors made for a beautiful backdrop, and the tire swing in the back felt like home. Mallory’s open-back, sage dress was the perfect outfit for this sweet venue.
Our next stop was the gorgeous Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa. The grounds of the museum are simply stunning. Bright greens and colorful blooms surrounded the area of the museum. On another side of the property, we came across what felt like a secret garden. It was surrounded by fencing, but on the inside, there was a beautiful fountain, bright flowers, and two beautiful arches. The GM is something you need to see at least once in your life!
To Mallory + Harrison
Mallory + Harrison – I am so glad that I had the opportunity to get to know the two of you. Your love is so sincere and precious. The two of you were naturals in front of the camera; remember that on your wedding day! Your playful love is something that I pray you hold on to.