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Meet the Wilson's 8.29.16


“I’m feeling alive and with every breath that I take, I feel like I’ve won. You’re my key to survival.”
—Secondhand Serenade


Kanielle and Karmika became one on August 27, 2016. They chose coral, white, and gold as their wedding colors.






"KTW worked wonders in a little over a month's period of time! KTW did an amazing job for our wedding and reception! She is very professional, and was on time about everything! Hiring KTW took a load of stress off of us, so that we could actually enjoy ourselves, and we did exactly that! Thank you again KTW, for making our dream come to reality! We love you!!!!! #TheWilson's"



“For you see, each day I love you more 
Today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow.” —Rosemonde Gerard


Informal Photography: KTW and Britanee Roberts| Event Planning: Kiss and Tell Weddings |  Venue: Central Park| Location: Ardmore, Oklahoma |Monogram: A. McIntire |Design: Kiss and Tell Weddings| Cake: MJ Cakes| DJ: Bruce Booker| Date: August 27, 2016

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