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Mr. and Mrs. Osei 4.13.19


Walking with your hands in mine and mine in yours, that's exactly where I want to be always. In dreams and in love there are no impossibilities. Two souls with but a single thought; two hearts that beat as one.


Yardana and Daniel became one on April 13, 2019 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The day was filled with love, laughter, and sweetness!

My favorite part was seeing the love and excitement on Daniel's face when Yardana walked down the aisle to him. He had the biggest smile on his face!

Flanked by their wedding party and loved ones front and center, Daniel and Yardana exchanged vows of love and commitment to one another and their families. After sealing the deal with multiple kisses, we were introduced for the first time to Mr. and Mrs. Osei!

Toasts made by the Maid of Honor and Best Man confirmed what everyone already knew about Yardana and Daniel-loyal, kind, and special. Then it was time to party! Everyone had a great time and showed nothing but genuine love to the couple.

Thank you so much for choosing Kiss and Tell Weddings to be a part of your day! I wish you much love, prosperity, and happiness on your new journey together. 





Wedding Colors: Silver, Teal, Coral

Tip: In lieu of Champagne, serve sparkling juice










Meinders Hall of Mirrors


The Gorgeous Bride and I

A view of the ceremony

A love seat fit for a King and his Queen



Dream Team: 
 Event Planning: Kiss and Tell Weddings |  Venue: Civic Center| Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma | Food: Mr. Magnificent  | Makeup: Anointed Hands Makeup by Tiara| |



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