Kyla + Tommy | Cotton Farm Wedding

by becky on 11.19.13

in Real Weddings

by becky
11.19.13

You are all in for a treat today. We have this beautiful real wedding photographed by one of our favorites, Jordan of Landon Jacob – who if you recall, shot the amazing Cover shoot of our Spring/Summer 2013 Issue. And we adore the work of Megan Warren Weddings – always beautiful work.

The beautiful bride Kyla shares with us her vision for her big day:  When I tried to explain to people what I was planning for the wedding they thought I was nuts.  I don’t know how many funny looks I got when I said “Yes I said barn.  In the middle of no where.  With a cotton field. Don’t worry.”  I wanted it to feel like we were being enveloped with love.  I wanted it to feel wholesome and not forced.  I wanted people to enjoy the food and games.  And I wanted it to feel like we had all come together with our fanciest dishes and silverware to set the most divine table.

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Photographer: Landon Jacob | Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Megan Warren Weddings | Flowers Supplied by: Flowers by the Falls | Venue: Gin Branch Farm | Cake Baker: Heed the Feed | Catering: Little Pigs BBQ | Rental Furniture: Palmetto Party Rental | Bride’s Dress: Enzoani | Bride’s Veil/Hair Accessories: Pronovias | Bridesmaid Dresses: Alfred Sung | Bride’s Shoes: Target | Groom’s Attire: Polo | Grooms Tie: The Tie Bar | Hair & Makeup: Shear Xpectations | Vintage Rentals: The Borrowed Heirloom | Invitations & Stationery: Paper Source

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Shafonne | Pretty Pear Bride 11.23.13 at 3:24 pm

Absolutely love this wedding from the rustic chic feel to the gorgeous bride. I love that she is wearing a gorgeous dress that shows off her fabulous curves and the cardigan is a definitely cherry on top. Love it!

Audra Jones 11.27.13 at 3:17 pm

I’m crazy about those vintage dishes and the ribbon-tied silverware! Definitely gives it a homey, intimate feel!

carrie s 02.03.14 at 3:01 pm

Hi there,

I want to recreate these candle holders for my wedding. Can you please tell me how you achieved?

becky 02.04.14 at 10:43 am

Hi Carrie S, I would perhaps contact Megan Warren Weddings! She was the wonderful event planner for this wedding. She may have some tips for you! Good Luck with your big day. 🙂

Kyla (the bride) 04.27.14 at 9:57 am

Thank you all for your sweet comments! Warms up my heart! Carrie S. I made the glittered jars out of collected baby food jars a friend saved. I bought three shades of fine Martha Stewart glitter available at Michael’s craft store. I pushed the 75 jars into three groups not really paying attention to size and used a foam brush to apply Martha’s glitter glue and then rolled them in a paper plate of glitter. After they were all dry I tapped them on my sidewalk hard enough to shake excess glitter free but not so hard to shatter the jars. I then sprayed them twice with clear sealer. They continued to shed but I’m sure it would have been much worse without the sealer. 🙂 Best of luck! Congratulations!

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