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October 18, 2017

What is your favorite wedding day memory?

Honestly, everything happened so fast that it was all just a blur! Everything that had led up to that one moment seemed insignificant when I finally was standing at the alter by my husband’s side. I remember the feeling of pure joy surrounding me after we were proclaimed “Mr. & Mrs. Killingsworth”.

What did you DIY for your wedding?

Most of my wedding was DIY’d with the help of my amazing family and friends. All flower arrangements and bouquets were arranged by myself and family members the day before my wedding. The flowers on my alter were actually done the morning of my wedding by my incredible aunt because we had leftover flowers {YAY!} Another DIY I loved creating were the paper holders for the confetti. SO easy and simple to do! The men’s boutonnieres were created from pages of thrift store books by my husband’s aunt and turned out to be exactly what I was looking for.

Did you have a something old, new borrowed, blue?

Nothing blue I’m afraid, but my cake topper was my Grandmother’s cake topper when she was married. It was a beautiful reminder of her and to her memory.

Any advice for brides currently in the planning process?

Don’t sweat the little things! By the end of the day, you will be married and you won’t care that you didn’t have enough chairs for everyone or that no one took the wedding favors home because the table was placed in a weird spot {true story!}. Just embrace your family and friends and enjoy being in the moment. -Kathryn, the Bride

Event Credits

Photographer: Katelyn Anne Photography // Florist: Bloominous // Invitations: Minted // Rentals: Great Southern Events // Engagement Ring: Blue Nile // Bride's Attire: The Bridal Path // Bridesmaid's Attire: Azazie // Hair: Smoak Salon // Make-up: Merle Norman // Flower Crown: Gardens of Whimsy // Groom's Attire: Great Scott // Confetti: Inside My Nest // Waffle Syrups: Boondock Enterprises // Stamp for Coffee Sleeves: Southern Paper and Ink


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