Guest books - ya or nay

by Paul & Delise Knight in

Ask your mom how manny times she has pulled out and looked at her wedding guest book and you will see that they usually stay tucked away in a drawer some where.I think traditional guest books are a thing of the past. There are so many creative things you can do today, more memorable and more useful. These are just a few we have seen here at the cotton barn.

Rock guest book

Rock guest book

Fingerprint Tree Wine bottles signed with glass markers Photo book Photo booth - These can be a lot of fun A book or notes with Wishes for the bride and groom Kids books can be a lot of fun and a great keepsake A Map of the US or the world, depending on the guest list. Rocks signed by your guest are special - especially if the couple collect them. Just to name a few, make it yours be creative.

California Dreaming with Georgia On My Mind

by Paul & Delise Knight in

As some of you may know, we were in California in February. We were there on business but not wedding business… but no matter where we go I have weddings on my mind. Paul found out that the largest flower market in the United States is in Los Angeles. Just imagine my delight - the only sad part was I didn't have Sue with me. Check out these pots they are 5 feet tall succulents. I could not wait to get home.


by Paul & Delise Knight in

Wedding videos have been few and far between here at the farm for the last few years. It looks like that may change this year since 2 brides have already had videographers film there day.

Videos have come a long way. We just love the theatrical short highlights of the rehearsals, weddings and receptions. They are so upbeat and really give you a feel of the day without having to sit through hours of video (or forcing others to).

We are so fortunate to have several great video companies in the middle Georgia area. Here are a couple of short clips from our last 2 weddings.


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Nikki's Rehearsal from Foley Productions, Inc. on Vimeo.