Brieon and Kenneth were married and had their reception at King Plow Art Gallery on October 18th. Brieon looked stunning in a silk satin gown with a gathered sweetheart neckline and beautiful alencon lace at the waist and hem. A champagne sash and vintage brooch completed the ensemble. Brieon and Kenneth chose amazing fall colors, flowers and details for their intimate affair. Even Brieon's peep-toe heels were orange! Asian lanterns of various sizes were hung from the gallery's lofty ceiling beams. The aisle was lined with tons of orange rose petals as the couple exchanged vows in front of an "altar" of glowing floating candles and two large arrangements of curly willows strung with orange orchid blooms and hanging votives. After the ceremony, guests enjoyed His-and-Hers cocktails- Kenneth's favorite Jack and Coke and a Brieon's preference- a seasonal pomegranate Mojito. Guests found their names and table assignments on place cards attached to miniature Caramel Apples. Tables had sweet names such as "Perseverance" and "Understanding"with correlating African symbols to honor Brieon's Father's heritage. Coca-Cola was a reccuring theme throughout the night since Kenneth works for the Atlanta based company. Guests were given glass bottles of Coke to toast the Newlyweds. Coca-Cola bottle openers were attached as another favor for guests to take home. After a fun night of great food and dancing, Brieon and Kenneth were given a grand sparkler exit on their way to a vintage Rolls Royce. Thank you to Adam Linke of The Decisive Moment for these beautiful images.