July 9, 2020 /

Tulsa Luxury Wedding Venues

Tying the knot in Tulsa, Oklahoma? Then you’ve come to the right place! As a wedding photographer in the United States, I’ve travelled all over this beautiful country with the aim of capturing love wh...


Tying the knot in Tulsa, Oklahoma? Then you’ve come to the right place! As a wedding photographer in the United States, I’ve travelled all over this beautiful country with the aim of capturing love wherever I go. Tulsa is one city I’ve been to many times, which is how I’ve come to learn the best, most scenic Tulsa wedding venues in which to say “I do.” Keep reading to discover my favorite Tulsa luxury wedding venues. 


The Patriot Golf Club

Escape to the countryside at The Patriot Golf Club. Although it’s only a short distance outside the city, you’ll feel like you’ve driven much further than that. The Patriot Golf Club sits on the top of the hills of Green Country, which translates to breathtaking views of the surrounding golf course, as well as downtown Tulsa. This Tulsa wedding venue has the capacity to accommodate up to 240 guests. They also recently opened a new clubhouse with on-site cottages so the bride, the groom, and their wedding party can get ready on the property.


Glass Chapel Tulsa

Are you looking to throw a traditional wedding in a modern setting? Then The Glass Chapel Tulsa is sure to take your breath away. This Tulsa luxury wedding venue is just as it sounds – a chapel with floor to ceiling glass windows on every side. Combine this with a rustic setting in nature (the chapel is surrounded by forest), and you’ve got one of my fav venues in Tulsa. In essence, if you want to tie the knot in a church, but are also looking for plenty of natural light and a scenic, natural setting, The Glass Chapel Tulsa is for you. 


Tulsa Botanic Gardens

Nestled in the Osage Hills is where you’ll find Tulsa Botanic Gardens. This is the perfect Tulsa wedding venue for anyone after a more natural, flower-filled setting on their big day. There are a mix of outdoor and indoor venues here, my favorite being the A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Floral Terraces. This gorgeous venue houses up to 300 people and boasts endless views of all the exotic flora the gardens have to offer. 


Dresser Mansion

Dresser Mansion is one Tulsa luxury wedding venue full of charm. This historic mansion was constructed in 1919 and has been hosting parties ever since. Best suited to intimate weddings, Dresser Mansion is filled with unique spaces for your big day. From the indoor solarium with views of the Arkansas River to a spacious dining room with a hand painted ceiling, you will have a hard time choosing which venue is right for you. In addition, there is a courtyard surrounded by lush Tuscan gardens, which is the ideal spot for an outdoor ceremony in the summer.


Civic Center Music Hall

Say “I do” in a performing arts centre in nearby Oklahoma City. Although not strictly in Tulsa, this luxury wedding is one of my favorites in the area. The Civic Center Music Hall is perfect for all artsy couples. I recommend holding your ceremony in front of the hall, in Bicentennial Park. The sweeping front lawn is an idyllic spot for an outdoor wedding. From there, move the party indoors to Meinders Hall of Mirrors, Civic Center Music Hall’s resident 1930s ballroom with plenty of art deco flair. 


The Mayo Hotel

Elegant, chic, and sophisticated are three words I always use to describe The Mayo Hotel in Tulsa. This Tulsa luxury wedding venue has four stars for a reason. Opened in 1925, this art deco-era hotel is located in the center of the city and has a whopping nine venues on-site. From lavish ballrooms to more intimate spaces, there is something for every couple. Plus, they are known for their gourmet wedding menus, which makes this a great spot for foodies.  


Philbrook Museum of Art 

Calling all princess brides! If you’re looking to get married in a castle in Tulsa, then this Tulsa luxury wedding venue is as close as you’re going to get. The Philbrook Museum of Art is a Tulsa institution. Set in a 1920s villa previously owned by oil pioneer Waite Phillips, the property is now an art museum and event space. Weddings of all sizes can be held here and there are both indoor and outdoor venues available. Whatever you do, be sure to take advantage of the 25 acres of formal gardens on the property. Fountains, pools, flower beds, and more make up this stunning estate. 


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