Anyone who’s ever met Kennah knows two things: she loves disco balls and Jordan. And Kennah and Jordan’s colorful DIY disco wedding was a perfect testament to their love, the excitement of their families to be united, and a damn good party. Along with their friends and family, they created all the decor, including hand tied streamer installations around a massive disco ball.
Kennah also does flowers over at Soco Decor, and arranged all of the installs and bouquets herself the morning of the wedding. I was dying over all the texture and vibrant summer color in her bouquet!
Their meaningful ceremony was performed by Kennah’s brother-in-law, and after sharing their vows, their bridal party popped confetti over them for the perfect celebratory recessional. Their friends and family gathered for a dinner, al fresco, under the trees. A warm summer breeze and the Oklahoma sunset was the perfect setting.
As the party started, Kennah and Jordan cut their cake, topped by Jordan’s family cake topper, which has been used for generations. Once the dance floor was open, everyone partied the night away under a disco ball surrounded by colorful streamers, before Kennah and Jordan made their exit.
Photographer: Alison Brooke Photography
Venue: The Barn at the Woods
Dress: Vow’d Weddings
Bridesmaids Dresses: Azazie
Groom’s Suit: The Wardrobe
Groomsmen Suits: The Wardrobe
Catering: Raising Canes
Rings: Cool Ring Jewelry
This stunning porcelain cake topper has been in Jordan’s family for generations!
Kennah got ready with her mom and sisters, while ABBA’s “Slipping through my fingers” blared from the next room over. Cue the tears.
Summer bouquet of dreams.
30 seconds after walking down the aisle–newlywed magic.