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Teresa & Scott: An Outdoor Wedding in Fort Sill, OK

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The couple opted for a small outdoor celebration and invited 90 of their closest friends and family. "The ceremony itself was my favorite part of the day," says Teresa. "We wrote our entire ceremony, taking several religious elements from the sample our pastor gave us. Our vows were the last half of Pablo Neruda's Sonnet XVII ('...I love you withou ...
Fort Sill Polo Club, Fort Sill
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The buffet-style meal featured traditional French and Korean cuisine. On the Korean side, which was prepared by a close friend of Teresa's mother's as a wedding gift, there were dishes such as bulgogi (grilled strips of seasoned beef), Kimbop (a classic dish made of rice, vegetable strips, and seasoned beef, rolled in a layer of seaweed and sliced, ...
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Teresa and Scott wanted their reception to be colorful and chose crimson red to highlight the rustic decor of the space. The tables were covered with tuxedo-striped red linens and topped with square vases filled with black magic roses. Adding to the ambiance, tall candleholders and votives were placed everywhere.
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"We had a traditional Korean rice cake, a croquembouche (a traditional French wedding cake), and an insanely delicious red velvet cake (for cake cutting pics) made by the mother of one of my bridesmaids," Teresa says.
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Each place setting boasted a unique favor: Mini take-out boxes with a fortune cookie and a Lindt truffle plus a pair of hand-painted chopsticks with tags that read, "One won’t work without the other."

Teresa & Scott in Fort Sill, OK

Teresa and Scott planned a DIY outdoor wedding in Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The Bride Teresa Anderson, 28, pharmacy technician The Groom Scott Lang, 26, registered nurse The Date September 18 There wasn’t a proposal. "Scott and I were driving home one night after visiting with his parents and marriage came up in conversation," says Teresa. "We had just walked in our front door when we finally decided we were getting married, and had to turn right back around to go tell his parents." Scott wanted to get Teresa a ring to "make it official" and he did just that, engraving the inside of the ring with the words, "Will you marry me?" When Teresa and Scott sat down to plan their wedding they did not know exactly what they wanted, but they knew the affair would rely on their skills and determination. "I DIY'ed the entire wedding from the stationery, to the flowers and decor, to every tiny little detail we had," explains Teresa. "We enlisted the talents of family and friends, so we only had to hire four professional vendors. It was a very collaborative effort!"
- Alonna Friedman
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