Q: What should I do while I'm in Oklahoma City?

A: Aside from attending our wedding (and after party!), visit the city activities page for some recommendations.

Q: What is the dress code?

A: The dress code is "Sunday best." Please no denim jeans or shorts. 

Q: What time should I arrive?

A: We will start serving coffee and pastries at 10:30am. We ask that all guests arrive by 11am. 

Q: Can I take and post pictures of the wedding on social media?

A: The ceremony will be unplugged, but after we say I do, you are encouraged to post pictures on your social media! Our only request is to tag each photo with our wedding hashtag #BetterHalfBecomesPfaff so we can keep track of all your pictures!

Q: Are children allowed at the wedding?

A: Yes! Children are absolutely allowed and encouraged! We will be having lawn games and another BIG surprise that kids will love.

Q: Is there going to be alcohol/open bar?

A: Yes, there will be a selection of beer and wine, as well as all the bloody mary's and mimosas you could want!

Q: Why brunch? What is brunch?

A: We absolutely love brunch, and having a brunch wedding was one of the first things we decided on. Brunch is a late morning meal eaten instead of breakfast and lunch.

Q: What is the weather like in OKC that time of year?

A: It will be extremely hot in Oklahoma at the end of August! The outdoor ceremony will last no longer than 20 minutes. We recommend you pack cool, breathable fabrics.

Q: What happens after the ceremony?

A: The bridal party and family will take some quick photos after the ceremony. Guests can head inside where we will be serving pastries and drinks. Once pictures are finished, guests will be invited into the ballroom for brunch. 

Q: Is parking free?

A: Yes, parking is free. There is a valet service that will accept cash tips. 

Q: Can I bring a date?

A: We have a strict guest list to stay on budget. We will only be able to accommodate those listed on the invitation. If your invitation says "and Guest," you may bring a date.