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Inside Sophia Bush’s Tulsa Wedding

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When everyone had walked, Sophia and Grant went downstairs to either side of Villa Philbrook’s gallery. “We met in the middle, held hands, and together Sophia said. “As we reached the aisle, we slowed down to see everyone there — our friends and loved ones. It’s a sight to behold. And then we walked up the aisle, to meet MC, longtime best friend and brilliant author Jedidiah Jenkins. “

The couple asked Jedidiah to talk about the community. The couple’s friend, activist Brittany Packnett Cunningham, was also called up first to read her work, Freedom is a project of the communityt, written for the John Lewis flag. Next, Sophia and Grant’s relationship coach, Laurie Gerber, celebrated the couple’s vows. Laurie talks about her work with the couple, who completed a years-long marriage preparation course in just a few months, and what their marriage will be like, because they personify the creed. her that love is in fact a verb.

“I’ve really never felt so positive at the same time, so clearly,” Sophia said of the ceremony. “As someone who suffers from anxiety, it feels incredible to experience its absolute absence. I can’t stop smiling.”

The couple entered the reception and started their first dance in front of their friend Jack Garratt who was performing Sunday of love by Etta James, supported by the band. Sophia knew there would come a time in the evening when she wanted to change into a nicer outfit. “My dress was delicate but also took up a lot of space, and we had to dance!” she speaks. “So Kevin and I worked with Emilia Wickstead to create the second dress. She has long been one of my favorite designers, and I just wore her to the White House Correspondents Dinner.”

The designer sketched out a variety of options for the bride, and they opted for a strapless gown in an ivory-patterned gown with a removable train — which Sophia and Kevin refer to as “the waistcoat.” back” —which completely touches the floor, creating a waterfall below the hem of the dress. Sophia explains: “We sent her pictures of my Monique dress, and she took a beautiful floral embroidered brocade silk to line the inside of my waistcoat, to echo the theme. flower”. “And we dyed a pair of Jimmy Choo heels in satin to match the ivory, and stitched two matching brooches from Beladora Jewelry — sewn by Grant’s best man! — Into the corners where the cape is attached to the back of the cloak. Matthew removed my hair at our first dance, and we let it change. “

At the after-party at Leon Russell’s Church Studio, Justin Boreta played dance music all night. Matching all the disco balls the couple installed for the occasion, Sophia changed into a Cristina Ottaviano mini dress. Paired with ivory and silver cowboy boots, it’s the perfect dress to dance until 5am. “I switched to another pair of classic Briony Raymond diamond earrings that looked like mid-century sparkles, and Matthew tied half of my hair with a velvet ribbon,” says Sophia. “I feel very country-western charm!”

For wedding registration? Bush and Hughes also turned that tradition into a moment of dedication, establishing the Bush Hughes Foundation for Progress to raise money and awareness for organizations promoting progress and justice in Tulsa.

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