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Lasting Love



"Love is a symbol of eternity. It wipes out all sense of time, destroying all memory of a beginning and all fear of an end."
-Author Unknown
 





I was blessed to work with Mr. and Mrs. Hill to help celebrate their 25th Anniversary. The couple wanted to review their vows in front of loved ones and close friends. The theme for the evening was LOVE...and it was definitely evident throughout the night!

 


The Hills


The "luvlee" Mrs. Hill

 



Our wedding was many years ago. The celebration continues to this day."
-Gene Perret


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Father and Sons






"An anniversary is a time to celebrate the joys of today, the memories of yesterday, and the hopes of tomorrow."
-Author Unknown





What love looks like!





After the vow renewal ceremony, the party began!!!


 "True love stories never have endings."
-Richard Bach





It was an honor and pleasure to work with this couple and their family. Thank you! May God bless you with 125 more years of wedding bliss!
-Myiesha





 *photos by Taraiza Thomas of Classic Moments Photography (405-537-2905)





Excited to celebrate your wedding anniversary? Call me and let's get to work!!!

405-309-9311

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  1. If you want your event done right, this is the place. Myiesha and team will do everything in their power to ensure you get a magical evening. Kiss and Tell takes charge and leaves you with nothing but enjoying your event to worry about, I love that about them. Thanks Myiesha for your Midas touch.

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