Matthew and Jor­dan

The Oklahoman - - LIFE & STYLE - [PHOTO PRO­VIDED]

Here are a few de­tails about the nup­tials of Matthew Hart and Jor­dan Williams:

Williams chose cham­pagne, mauve, gold, gray and white as her wed­ding col­ors. The flow­ers were all white. Williams’ theme could be de­scribed as sim­plis­tic ro­man­tic and can­dle­light. Along those lines, the wed­ding aisle was lined with white rose petals and lanterns, and the brides­maid’s bou­quets were made up of white roses and white flow­ers.

Williams’ Al­lure Bridal dress, pur­chased at Bella Rose in Ed­mond, was cham­pagne and white with lace, se­quins and a beaded belt. Her bridal en­sem­ble in­cluded a white el­bowlength one-tier veil with a hint of sparkle paired with a beaded head­band.

... Williams’ mother, Lisa Forten­berry, and her grand­mother Sandy Smith helped her keep the tra­di­tion of wear­ing “some­thing old” in keep­ing with the “some­thing old, some­thing new, some­thing bor­rowed, some­thing blue” adage as she walked down the aisle. They pre­sented her with a gold pin fea­tur­ing one emer­ald and one ruby that be­longed to Forten­berry’s grand­mother, whom she called Nana. They pinned the heir­loom to the rib­bon that wrapped around Williams’ bou­quet. “My Nana gave the pin to my mother when she grad­u­ated from OSU in 1968,” Forten­berry said.

The be­jew­eled pin wasn’t the only spe­cial item that found its way into the cou­ple’s wed­ding. The cake top­per for Hart and Williams’ wed­ding cake also was vin­tage. It orig­i­nally topped the wed­ding cake of Hart’s pa­ter­nal grand­par­ents.

— Carla Hin­ton, Staff Writer Matthew Hart and Jor­dan Williams’ wed­ding cake was topped with a cake top­per that was used at the wed­ding of Hart’s pa­ter­nal grand­par­ents.

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