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I'm getting married September 2012 in an old cotton mill in downtown Tupelo. The building housed JJ Rogers distributing company since the 1940s. It has a lot of open space, original hardwood floors and charming exposed brick. It'll take some time to fix it up, but it will be a beautiful place for our ceremony and reception.
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My friend @amynicole662 got married in this beautiful warehouse. Loved the decor. She separated the main warehouse room with white fabric and burlap. She also hung white lights in the reception area. #hickmanwedding

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My friend @amynicole662 got married in this beautiful warehouse. Loved the decor. She separated the main warehouse room with white fabric and burlap. She also hung white chandeliers in the ceremony area. #hickmanwedding

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My friend @amynicole662 got married in this beautiful warehouse. Loved the decor. Fabric altar area, live band, burlap aisle, white lights hanging from the ceiling and candles on the wooden floor. #hickmanwedding

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My friend @amynicole662 got married in this beautiful warehouse. Loved the decor. Fabric altar area, live band, burlap aisle, white lights hanging from the ceiling and candles on the wooden floor. #hickmanwedding

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My friend @amynicole662 got married in this beautiful warehouse. Loved the decor. Fabric altar area, live band, burlap aisle, white lights and candles on the wooden floor. #hickmanwedding

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The old cotton mill in downtown Tupelo still has lots of potential. Tons of exposed brick. Photo courtesy of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

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This is the basement of old cotton mill in downtown Tupelo. I think it would be perfect for a speakeasy. Photo courtesy of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

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The old cotton mill in downtown Tupelo still has plenty of the original fixtures. Photo courtesy of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

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This is one of the old, weighted doors inside the JJ Rogers building in downtown Tupelo. It is the original cotton mill in Mill Village. Photo courtesy of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

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This is the roof of the JJ Rogers building in downtown Tupelo. It originally was a cotton mill. The building's owner, Greg Pirkle, hopes to convert the roof to a dining area. It's accessible for photos, too. Photo courtesy of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

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This is one of the many vintage signs on the JJ Rogers building in downtown Tupelo. Photo courtesy of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

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This is the JJ Rogers building in downtown Tupelo. It was the original cotton mill in Mill Village. This is the original smokestack. Photo courtesy of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

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This is the JJ Rogers building in downtown Tupelo. It was the original cotton mill in Mill Village. This is the second floor. It has the original hardwood floors and windows from the 1920s. Photo courtesy of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

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This is the JJ Rogers building in downtown Tupelo. It was the original cotton mill in Mill Village. Photo courtesy of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

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This building was built in 1901 as a cotton mill. In the 1940s, it became a distribution company. Now, it's empty. I'm getting married here. The plan is to hang lanterns or mason jars in the tree.

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