Green Country Wedding Minister

Rev. Catherine Copeland-Mack



Many parks, churches, and sites within Tulsa have a fee to host a wedding or reception.

Please be sure to check with the location if there is a charge.

Some great places within Tulsa that are free 

(reminder the free locations are for small ceremonies):

*Woodward Park (only the park and not the Tulsa Gardens) located at 21st and Peoria

*Center of the Universe located at 1st and Boston

*Centennial Park: located at 6th and Peoria

*Riverside Parks (along the Arkansas River) has many beautiful sites.

*Jenks Parks has many beautiful locations.

*Washington Irving Park located at 137th and Memorial in Bixby

*Bentley Park in downtown Bixby.

*Haikey Creek Park in Broken Arrow.

*Turkey Mountain in Jenks/Tulsa.

*Hunter Park Free location for small quick services located at 5804 E. 91 St. Tulsa, OK  

*Backyard/Home:   Transform your home or yard into a beautiful, personal venue.  I have officiate at several homes/backyards!  Formal or informal?  Whatever you wish!  Make your dreams come true!


Venues for rent:

*Bella Donna Chapel in Catoosa:  A beautiful venue on top of a hill surrounded by trees. 

*Hidden Porch in Catoosa: A very magical place. Click on Hidden Porch and discover the many options offered. Be sure to state Green Country Wedding sent you!

*Rose Event Center in Broken Arrow: The Event Hall offers everything you will need from the wedding ceremony to the reception (food not included).  Packages begin at $299.

*Gathering Place (the park does allow weddings, but the venue must be pre-paid).

*The Wedding Chapel:  Beautiful venue beginning at $200.

*Tulsa Main Library: The rooms can be reserved with up to 6 people. These rooms are 3-sided open glass to views to downtown Tulsa. 

*Dresser Mansion: Beautiful Mansion perfect for intimate events but can accommodate up to 200 with ease.

*Harwelden Mansion: Located on over 4 stunning acres overlooking the Arkansas River. The Historic Mansion is private, tranquil and just minutes from Downtown Tulsa. The moment you step inside, you can feel the Mansion was created for graceful celebrations or as a traditional wedding venue.

*Tulsa Garden Center: This historical Italian Renaissance building, originally a private residence, rests within the City of Tulsa's Woodward Park complex. This lush urban park features azalea gardens, terraced Tulsa Rose Garden, an arboretum, English herb garden, Victorian conservatory, Linnaeus Gardens, and sunken garden.  Website :

*White House Mansion:  The mansion features a gorgeous ballroom, a romantic solarium and an antiquary Fiesta Plaza for indoor & outdoor weddings and receptions.


*and many more (simply use a search engine; such as Google, Yahoo, or Bing to locate parks in your chosen area)



Just remember that public parks/sites cannot block off the wedding venue.

Many parks do allow rental of pavillons.

I have personnally witnessed strangers watching and their responses have always been respectful and so honored to view your special day!

There are many venues as well that may be used that you must book and pay a fee in addition to officiant, photography, or catering service fees.