Vows were exchanged between Rebecca Lee Matlock and Jeremy Shane Burt June 18 at Southern Hills Baptist Church in Oklahoma City.

The Reverend Jim White officiated, as he did for the groom's parents at Captiol Hill Baptist Church in 1976. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Will Rogers Theatre.

Matlock is the daughter of Randy and Peggy Matlock of Oklahoma City, and the granddaughter of Dr. Bryan and the late Carolyn Glass of Stillwater.

Burt is the son of Jeffrey and Sherry Burt of Oklahoma City, and the grandson of Jack and Pat Burt of Oklahoma City, Wilbur and Jerry Loving, and the late Essie Loving of Hollis.

The bride chose a couture wedding gown by Oleg Cassini. The ivory gown featured a hand-embroidered beaded lace bodice, accented at the natural waist with a satin belt and full ball gown skirt of silk organza. Her cathedral-length veil of ivory illusion was secured by a tiara of crystals and fresh-water pearls.

The bride is a graduate of Westmoore High School and Oklahoma State University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in sociology. She was a member of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity, President's Leadership Council and Phi Kappa Phi. She is currenlty a graduate students at the University of Oklahoma in the College of Pharmacy.

The groom is a graduate of Christian Heritage Academy and Oklahoma State University where he also graduated Magna Cum Laude. He graduated with a degree from the College of Business Administration, majoring in marketing and finance. He was a member and officer of Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Phi Kappa Phi and Golden Key honor societies. He is currently employed at Suburban Contemporary Furniture in Oklahoma City.

The bride and groom honored their heritage by displaying the couple's mothers' and grandmothers' wedding gowns, wedding portraits and history at their reception. The display included the the bride's great-great-grandmothers dress that had been brought to Oklahoma by covered wagon during the land run.

Following a Caribbean cruise, the couple will make thier home in Oklahoma City.

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