Family and friends of Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, gathered Saturday morning to say goodbye to the 22-year-old in an emotional funeral.
The private funeral was held at St. James Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, just north of Atlanta.
A hearse carrying the casket arrived shortly before guests Saturday morning.
Before Saturday’s funeral, Bobbi Kristina’s family gathered for a private wake Friday evening.
The brief vigil which lasted only 30 minutes was held at the Murray Brothers Funeral Home in Atlanta.
Eyewitnesses said that red roses, Bobbi Kristina’s favorite flower, were delivered before guests arrived.
Bobbi Kristina died in hospice care July 26, six months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her home, which she shared with Nick Gordon.
Gordon was reportedly banned from the funeral by Bobbi Kristina’s family as authorities investigate the circumstances around her death.
Bobbi Kristina was the sole heir of her mother's estate, worth about $20 million.
According to the terms of Whitney’s Last Will & Testament, if her daughter “doesn’t survive her,” the estate will be split among her mother, Cissy Houston, and her two brothers, Michael Houston and Gary Garland, who is the husband of Bobbi Kris’ aunt and co-guardian, Pat Houston.
Reports have said the Brown and Houston families have been at odds since the tragic accident in January about her hospitalization, money and funeral arrangements.
In a statement after her death, Bobby Brown, who welcomed a daughter with wife Alicia Etheridge in July, said the family must find a way to honor his daughter's memory.