T.I. and Tiny’s fairytale wedding

    Clifford “T.I.” Harris and Tameka “Tiny” Cottle began their happily ever after in high style, and we’re dishing all about it!

    The big day was a long time coming, but this fairytale wedding was so worth the wait. As befitting hip-hop royalty, T.I. and Tiny got married in what looked like a castle complete with a moat.
    Among her bridesmaids were Monica, Toya Carter, Tamar Braxton and former groupmate Kandi. The ladies all looked lovely in elegant black gowns. The OMG Girlz and Reginae Carter, who greeted guests as they entered the ceremony, were also part of the enormous wedding party.  Tiny’s daughter Zonnique served as maid of honor.

    T.I. wasn’t as high-profile with his groomsmen, but we know that most of them work for Grand Hustle. However, Jamie Foxx’s live vocals accompanied Tiny’s walk down the aisle and Andrew Young presided over the ceremony. Tiny and T.I.’s son King was the ring bearer.

    Once T.I. and Tiny were pronounced man and wife it was off to the reception, which was held in a tent on the venue’s grounds. The wedding planner did an amazing job coordinating a lavish party!  The space was washed in warm shades of red and purple. 

    And the happy couple gifted their guests with bottles of organic jewelry elixir that had crystals on it. Packaging for the wedding favor featured a picture of the newlyweds with the words “a true love story.”
    While mixing and mingling with other guests, S2S Publisher Jamie Foster Brown bumped into El DeBarge, who performed for the crowd. The OMG Girlz also took a turn on stage to sing “Pretty Girl Bad.”

    Also on the guest list were Nelly, Ashanti, Usher, Bow Wow, Angela Simmons and Maino. 



    — Sonya Eskridge 




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