Kayla Michelle Collins + Richard Hogan Briscoe II

Hogan and Kayla Briscoe were married at King Fisher Lodge on June 25, 2016.  The wedding took place in the natural setting of the outdoor pavilion.  Guest were greeted with a display of quilts placed in memory of their grandparents.  The Bridal party entered to the acoustical guitar renderings by Michael Thomas.  The ceremony was conducted by Brother Barry Corbett of Kosciusko First Baptist Church.  Immediately following, the reception was a true southern affair boasting arrangements of cotton, crystal and their grandparent’s antique china.  Guests enjoyed an evening of southern cooking by Double Barrel Steakhouse followed by dancing the night away to music from Bonfire Orchestra. At the end of the evening Kayla and Hogan were chased out of the reception like a Modern-Day Bonnie and Clyde only to be met by longtime family friend Sheriff Jim Johnson, who quickly cuffed the couple. 

Kayla Collins Briscoe is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Collins of Pontotoc, MS. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Collins and the late Mr. Gene Landers, the late Ms. Martha Miller, and the late Mr. Terry Miller.  Kayla is a 2013 graduate of Mississippi State University in Special Education and currently teaches at Kosciusko Middle Elementary.

Richard Hogan Briscoe II is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Briscoe of Kosciusko, MS.  He is the grandson of Mrs. Daisy Briscoe and the late Mr. Jack Briscoe, Mr. Billy Pickle and the late Mrs. Clydine Pickle, and the late Mrs. Barbara Pickle.  Hogan is also a 2013 graduate of Mississippi State University with a degree in Business and currently teaches history at Ethel High School.  He also is the head football coach of the Ethel Tigers.

The couple bought and renovated a beautiful home and reside in Kosciusko. 

Photos by Marty Pettit Photography
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