Madison and Tyler are married! They had such a beautiful, unique wedding. They got ready at their church, All Saints Episcopal Church. Such a gorgeous church! Madison gave her sister a sweet gift, and did a bridesmaid reveal with her girls. Tyler watched baseball and laughed with his guys. The ceremony took place at Holland Farms, out in Plantersville in a small chapel on the property. It was a lovely ceremony where Madison and Tyler shared their vows they wrote, and they created a unity painting. After they shared their first kiss as husband and wife, we got some family photos and portraits. Then it was time for the party! Everyone headed to the church fellowship hall for dinner and dancing. Speaking of dancing, Madison choreographed a whole dance routine with her sister and a few friends to perform for Tyler! It was SO cool! Everyone had so much fun eating cake, dancing and mingling. The DJ, Ron Cottom, had Madison and Tyler play the newlywed shoe game, where they sit back to back and answer questions, like “Who is the better cook between the two of you?” Everyone was laughing along with the couple, it’s always such a fun game! At the end of the night, the couple exited to glow sticks. It was such a fun wedding! Congrats to Madison and Tyler! 

Venue: Holland Farms, All Saints Episcopal Church

Florals: Pamela Cox, Madison’s godmother

Cake: wedding cake- Creative Cakes, groom’s cake- Billie’s Catering

DJ: Blind Eye DJ

Hair: Lisa Owens at the Hair Studio 

Makeup: Neely Walker

Catering: Billies Catering

Gown: Willow Bride

Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Maid of Honor: Bella Bridesmaid’s/Bridesmaids: David’s Bridal

Shoes: Vince Camuto

Jewelry: Kay Jewelers, Kendra Scott

Men’s Attire: Kay’s Kreations

Invitations: Reed’s Gift Shop

Programs: Swirlz

Officiant: The Honorable Sadie Holland


Morgan and Cody got married on a beautiful spring day, which is something Morgan said she has always dreamed about! The wedding and reception took place at Morgan’s church she grew up in, Old Union Baptist Church in Shannon. Cody got ready with his groomsman, a number of which are his fishing buddies. (He has fished competitively and it is something he and Morgan like to do together!)  Morgan and her girls got ready at the church, and then after doing some photos, Morgan walked down the aisle with her dad to get married to Cody! It was a beautiful, traditional ceremony that included a cross-building led by Morgan’s brother. After they said their vows, it was time for the reception! Morgan and Cody put a lot of time and effort into making the church’s gym a jaw-dropping reception hall! They created an amazing string light chandelier that they hung from the ceiling, and oh my, was it gorgeous! They cut their cakes (check out Cody’s grooms cake, it’s a neat hunting themed one!) and mingled with their friends and family. Morgan and Cody said farewell as their guests waved ribbons, and they took off in a 1937 Chevy! Congratulations to Morgan and Cody!

Venue: Old Union Baptist Church

Hair: Stacie King

Makeup: Jordan Elrod

Catering: Biscuit’s Steakhouse

Gown: Rina’s Bridal and Quinceañera Boutique

Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal

Rings: Sydney’s Jewelers/ Kay Jewelers

Men’s Attire: Kay’s Kreations

Officiant: Bro. Jody Rock


Karye and Lynn are seriously some of the sweetest people ever. I had the honor of taking Karye’s bridal session before their big day! The wedding day started at the church where they first met! Karye did a bridesmaid reveal with her girls, while the guy’s hung out in the church nursery to get ready. Karye and Lynn chose to do a first look, and y’all- it was so special! There were so many emotions, from tears, to big laughs (like when Karye showed off her blue socks she was rocking with her high heels!). We were also able to do portraits outside, which was amazing since there was a storm warning that day! But it cleared right up right when we got ready for their bride and groom portraits! The church quickly filled up with guests attending the wedding. Karye was walked down the aisle by her father and her step-father, and all of Karye and Lynn’s parents and stepparents gathered to pray over the couple at the beginning of the ceremony. Lynn also got emotional seeing his bride walking down the aisle, which made me tear up all over again (after tearing up during the first look!). The alter was filled with a beautiful door archway and a floral arrangement created by Karye’s aunts and mother, and the couple built a unity cross together. After the two walked down the aisle as husband and wife, everyone traveled over the to Pontotoc Community House for the reception! They had delicious BBQ, a donut wall (!!), and a coconut grooms cake. Karye’s cousin-in-law’s bluegrass band played some music as guests mingled. We got to sneak off for some in-the-rain-umbrella photos, which may have been some of my favorite of the day! The night ended with a sparkler exit, and the two drove off in an old Ford pick-up lent to them by one of Lynn’s family members! I’m so happy these two are married!

Ceremony Venue: Greatest Mission Baptist Church

Reception Venue: Pontotoc Community House

Floral: Cindy Collier and Kim Harlow (Karye’s aunts!)

Cake: Susan Russell

Hair: Allison Russell of Cut Ups Hair Salon, Pontotoc

Makeup:  Shelby Cherry

Catering: Tim Body

Bridal Gown: Kay’s Kreations

Bridesmaids Dresses: Kay’s Kreations

Shoes: Betsey Johnson

Jeweler: Kay Jewelers

Men’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse

Save the Dates/Invitations/Programs: Vistaprint

Gift Bags: Oriental Trading

Officiant: Bro. Steve Parrish

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