A Medicine Park Music Hall Wedding | Macee + Drew

Just a few days following my own tenth anniversary, Macee and Drew Hilliary tied the knot in the exact same place where my reception occurred – the Medicine Park Music Hall in Medicine Park, Oklahoma. Nostalgia, for sure. ;-)

With dusty rose gowns and bouquets crafted in a mix of burgundy, dusty rose and white blooms amid greenery, the bridesmaids were a lovely vision. The bride, herself, was stunning, and the men were handsome in black tuxes.

The sweet and simple ceremony was followed by a fun-filled reception with the couple’s closest friends and family. Scroll down for my favorites from the day; editor’s note: there are a lot. ;-)


Medicine Park Music Hall | Medicine Park, OK

Kelsey VanCleave
Rosie Ray's Bakery | rosieraysbakery.com

Ashley Watson

Stacy Pearce, Lead & Editor
Alicia Castaneda, Second

Davids Bridal

Katie Peters Whitcomb

An Arkansas Willow Brooke Farm Wedding: Colleen + Reagan

In a sweet southern setting in the heart of northwest Arkansas, Colleen and Reagan’s wedding truly set the bar for rustic, yet elegant, style. I can’t lie, I swooned a little over the simple florals steeped with greenery, baby’s breath, peonies, and more.

With Pinterest-worthy details everywhere, the day was chock-full of meaningful tributes, while including their close family members at every turn. The groomsmen – brothers – wore gray paired with navy accents, while the sisters were adorned in navy gowns. And the first look with Colleen’s daddy Mike … well, we were all in tears.

The reception was an absolute treat. The pair served up a large summer drink bar that included strawberry lemonade, classic Coca-Cola, and cherry limeade -- some of Reagan and Colleen’s favorites – in addition to a barbecue buffet with all the wondrous fixings. In a nod to the Bell family business, the groom’s cake was Angus cattle themed.

I cannot express how excited and honored I was to be asked to capture this special day for our friends. Below are a few hundred of my favorite shots from the day. ;-)


Willow Brooke Farm • Huntsville, AR

Wedding Coordinator
Shannon Newman

Tracy Vinson

Cake Artist
Carrie Caughman

Jessie Hausum

Zach Ganz

Andy Hawkins

Stacy Pearce, Lead & Editor
Alicia Castaneda & Mikayln White, Seconds

A Big Sky Montana Winter Elopement | Brooke + Damon

He proposed with a blue ring pop. She was fresh off a massage wearing a ball cap, yoga pants, and an oversized hoodie, when he asked her - for approximately the 782nd time - if she’d be his forever.

And, when she replayed this story, while sharing as many laughs as she did eye rolls, it only confirmed what I already knew: this was as right as a spring rain on a winter wheat field. 

As Brooke’s soulmate since ‘06, I know a thing or 800 about her. Like most of us, she can’t be pinned down to a single definition. She’s as urban as she is rural, extroverted as she can be introverted, and as adventurous and she can be a homebody.

Damon celebrates all that is both. He’s willing and eager to buy the new suit for a black-tie event and bust a move on the dance floor. And, he’s also the man who waits patiently in a deer stand. I, personally, can’t imagine Brooke in a deer stand, but good for you, Damon.

She needs both.

And she found it in Damon.

Read as: Brooke found her Stacy to her Cody. Aka: introvert to extrovert.

Their story is nothing short of a Hallmark Christmas movie. Two childhood best friends, who knew all the secrets, the two everyone knew should and would be together but never were. Life took them in two very different directions. He, following his passion for wildlife, moved from Nevada to Minnesota, then to Montana, then to Nebraska, and finally home to Oklahoma. And, she, on an alternative timeline called the big cities of North Carolina, Texas, and Tennessee home before returning to Oklahoma.

But like all Hallmark movies, it wasn’t an automatic return things-as-they previously-were. Life has a funny way of bringing people together at the right time, and this timing was serendipitous. Damon settled in to his new leadership position. Brooke launched her business. And, then, more than a year after they both independently returned to Oklahoma, Damon sent a bat signal asking when she’d be back in Oklahoma. She knew.

Taking advantage of a three-day production schedule window, she hopped on a Sacramento to Dallas to Tulsa red eye - the only red eye she’ll ever take, she’s since declared - to eventually walk into a pasture with a hot-burning bonfire as the backdrop to cross that line in the sand. 

And, thank goodness

Because how else would we have these stupendous sub-zero winter wonderland photos.

And, honestly, I’m not sure there’s anyone else I’d drive through a snowstorm, put on approximately 30 layers of winter clothing, and freeze my shooting finger off for.


Lone Mountain Ranch
Big Sky, Montana

Big Sky Blooms

Stephanie Gibbs

RL Bridal and Prom

Luxury Vintage

Stacy Pearce Creative

A Notus Farmhouse Wedding: Jori + Jared

With fantastic natural light and beautiful details at every turn, the Notus Farmhouse set the stage for a stunning, eastern Oklahoma winter wedding.

Although cold, Jori and Jared’s ceremony was a direct reflection of their personalities, their family connections, and their friends who were in attendance to help celebrate.

One of my very favorite parts of the day? Capturing the two dancing in a sparkler circle, as an official “end” to the magic. All the praise hands, y’all.

I am so thankful to have been the one to capture their day! Below are a few* of my favorite photos from their day! (*Few is a relative term. ;-))

Venue: Notus Farmhouse • Muldrow, OK
Photography: Stacy Pearce Creative
Invitation / Program Print Design: Stacy Pearce Creative
Videography: BB Media
Florals: Bebb’s Flowers • Muskogee, OK
Makeup & Hair: Tiffany & Tristen Walling
DJ: Ryan Russman
Catering: Mike “Biggin” Rogers • Muldrow, OK
Cake: Piggly Wiggly • Muldrow, OK
Cowhide Ear Tag Save-The-Dates: Kathy Fuss
Bridal Gown: Kimberly’s Prom & Bridal • Tahlequah, OK
Fur Wraps: Tulip Bridal

A Third Birthday.

We have a three-year-old. Whew.

She can be a touch sassy. She is funny. She cares. She loves animals of all kinds. She loves to dance, and recently, loves to play dress up in princess outfits.


She loves makeup … and keeping her out of mine is a little bit of a challenge. I’m hopeful that one day soon she will break the internets with a makeup tutorial. ;-)


She has her daddy (and, let’s be honest, everyone else) wrapped around her finger. What she gets adults to do is often hysterical.


(no coaching):

What’s your name: Patton

How old are you? Three

What color is your hair? Brown-y

What color are your eyes? Brown and black

What’s your favorite color? Purple

What’s your favorite food? Mac a cheese, avocados, salad and sanwich

Who’s your best friend? Reagan

What’s your favorite song? Jesus loves me …

What do you like to watch on TV? Bubble Guppies

What’s your favorite animal? Okie (horse) and Zara (the Dane)

What are you scared of? Umm, of, a tiger!

What makes you happy? Macaroni and cheese

Where’s your favorite place to go? At nena’s house.

What do you want to be when you grow up? A astronaut

Who loves you the most? YOU!

What do you enjoy doing the most? Doing pictures!