Kayla and Marcus at Shady Wagon Farm
Updated: Aug 6
The beautiful Shady Wagon Farm sits nestled in the heart of New Hill, featuring a rustic barn and a peaceful pond. These elements combined with fresh greenery, light blooms and gorgeous scenery made for the perfect glamorous chic wedding for Kayla and Marcus!
Kayla exuded grace and elegance in a tulle ballgown with a V neckline. Her bridesmaids complemented her charm in burgundy chiffon gowns that made their bouquets, made up of white and burgundy dahlias interspersed with fresh green eucalyptus leaves, pop even more. Marcus and his groomsmen looked handsome in classic navy suits with personalized socks.
For the ceremony, the Shady Wagon Farm was bathed in light from the outdoor ceremony space and burgundy florals hung at the altar. A white covered bridge stood in the background of the couple as they said their “I do’s.” The combination of natural light and light from the couple’s smiles cast a romantic glow on the ceremony.
Kayla and Marcus personalized their wedding to a tee. From their favorite beer and wines, to the wedding favors, guests were able to truly celebrate the couple.
The reception was bursting with fresh flowers and sparkles. Intricate arrangements similar to the bouquets sat atop tables dressed in white linens. Rose gold table runners provided the perfect pop of color on each table, apart from the beautiful white and burgundy blooms overhead. Kayla and Marcus’ cake was a lovely one tier creation made by a friend featuring fresh blooms around the tier.
The newlyweds danced the night away celebrating their love with friends and family. As the celebrations came to a close, guests gathered around to send the couple off with sparklers. Kayla and Marcus departed from their loved ones in a party bus. Cheers to the newlyweds!
Venue: Shady Wagon Farm
Cake: Megan Lee
Caterer: Brew ‘n’ Que
Photographer: Junica Chavis
Hair: Erica Eason
Makeup: Haley Bostic
Officiant: Randall Morris
DJ: DJ Maurice
Florist: Jeffery’s Florist
Exit Transportation: Gotcha Transportation