Meagan & Jordan . Wedding

20 Sep
Meagan & Jordan| Summer | Jackson, AL | WeddingIMG_4571IMG_4375IMG_4379IMG_5233IMG_4466IMG_4362IMG_4377IMG_4386IMG_4463IMG_4395IMG_4401IMG_4403IMG_4409IMG_4413IMG_4419IMG_4423IMG_4425IMG_4434IMG_4448IMG_4457IMG_4468IMG_4481IMG_4483IMG_4486IMG_4563IMG_4553IMG_4567IMG_4564IMG_4592IMG_4749IMG_4353IMG_4755IMG_4822IMG_4826IMG_4840IMG_4864IMG_4897IMG_4924IMG_5045

A Beautiful DIY Kinfolk inspired wedding celebration with family and friends in Jackson, Alabama.  These two were so down to earth and in love, we quickly learned they are not only super cool but have amazing hearts.   A stunning bride…. I mean come on….. completely gorgeous, Meagan held a throw back elegance in kind with the 1920’s beauties we all swoon over.   Jordan wore his suit, smile and nifty shoes handsomely the entire evening!  They were actually wed with close friends and family by their side while in Nicaragua on a medical mission, soooo cool right?  When Meagan got in touch with us earlier this year, she explained that even though they had an amazing and beautiful wedding day they also wanted to have a celebration along with the people whom were not able to make to the intimate ceremony overseas.  Of course we said yes, we are always down with a party for love sake!  We selfishly wish they didn’t live so far away in Nashville, but hope for all the blessings in the world as they start their amazing journey together!  Thanks again Meagan & Jordan come hang out anytime!

Photographer : Michelle Marie Photography // Venue: H.W. Pearce, Jr. Memorial Park Community Center  // Event Designer: Teresa Howard (bride’s mother) // Makeup: DIY by the bride // Hair: Debbie Rostos // Cake/Dessert: Kayla Holland // Caterer: Gary Craft // Florist: DIY (friends and family) // Wedding Dress: Vera Wang // Jewelry: Family heirlooms from the bride’s parents, Edward and Teresa Howard // Shoes: Michael Kors  // Groom’s Suite: J. Ferrar // Groom’s Shoes: Well…. there’s a funny story there…

DIY resources: Inspiration from Kinfolk magazine,  A Beautiful Mess blog, friends, family, and things found in barns and outside

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