Oh what a blessing to be a part of Jordan and Jessica’s wedding day! These two are such a joy, and I enjoyed every minute I spend with them! The amount of love on this special day was overwhelming! So many loved ones came to celebrate with them, and it was beautiful! After all, that is really what a wedding is all about! Celebrating the union of two people in love! That’s exactly what they did, and of course, these two had style to boot! Enjoy! :)
From the Bride:
“Our vision for our day was “Community” as evidenced by our nearly 300 guests. We wanted our day to be a reflection of our love for the Lord, for each other, and for our people. Growing up in the same town and community meant a lot of people invested in both of our lives as individuals and we wanted to celebrate our union and reunite with as many of these wonderful people as possible. We wanted it to be fun and for people to experience our joy and enjoy time together. We wanted to have fun and celebrate a glorious day, and we did just that. The whole day was just perfect and ran so smoothly from beginning to end. We had a lot of out-of-town family and friends so it was amazing to have everyone together in one place. I loved the moments when I finally got to see Jordan for the first time. Those sweet quiet minutes were some I will cherish the rest of my life. I loved having my dad walk me down the aisle and also marry us, it was so special. My cousin made my bouquet with flowers from a neighbor’s yard and I just about cried when I saw it. Wearing my grandma’s jewelry. And then seeing everyone together, dancing and enjoying the evening was definitely a highlight.
Katlyn was an absolute joy to work with. I can’t imagine having had anyone else capture our wedding day in pictures. From our initial first meeting to receiving our final photo package, Katlyn was professional, genuine and oh so sweet. Her work is absolutely stunning. I would HIGHLY recommend her for your wedding and have no doubt that her creative gifts will be a blessing to you for years to come.”