• Xandra Kaste

A glass chapel sounds like a place out of a fairy tale, and the reality of this venue is just as dreamy. The floor to ceiling windows flood the chapel with light that bounces off of the marble floor. The vaulted wooden ceiling seems to float unsupported. Lush foliage provide the backdrop to the wedding ceremony, giving the venue an outdoor indoor atmosphere. For those who want a truly outdoor wedding, there’s a similarly elegant outdoor gazebo.

The team at the Glass Chapel is dedicated to making the experience both memorable and smooth. Reviews rave at how helpful and easy they made the process. Photographers too mention how much they love shooting weddings here because of the enchanting atmosphere and abundant lighting.

Previously known as Tarp Chapel, the chapel has been around since 1996. It’s hidden away in nineteen wooded acres in Broken Arrow, offering the convenience of proximity to the city, while also maintaining the seclusion of nature. The chapel accommodates up to 150 people inside. A one stop shop, the Glass Chapel also has a full-service reception hall.

You can reach out to the team at the glass chapel at https://www.glasschapeltulsa.com/contact/



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Location: 2221 E Admiral Blvd

Tulsa OK, 74110

Now Serving: Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Claremore, Glenpool, Bixby, Verdigris, Catoosa, Mounds, Oologah, Sequoyah, Sapulpa, Kellyville, Beggs, Manford, Tahlequah, Peggs, Locust Grove, Stilwell, Coweta, Pryor, Oklahoma City, Edmond, Skiatook, Bartlesville, Wagoner, Muskogee, Park Hill, Chelsea, Vinita, Henryetta, Eufaula, Tuttle, Blanchard, Noble, Purcell, Lindsay, Chickasha, McLoud, Langston, Perkins, Morrison, Hennessey, Kingfisher, Tecumseh, Shawnee, Yukon, Omega, Hitchcock, Lawton, Whichita Falls, Enid, Ponca City, Fort Smith, Springfield.