There is something so contagious about the kindness and love this couple emulates that it just radiates from reality to photos. Andrew and Jordan wanted a very intimate ceremony where it felt romantic and sweet. To encompass that feel, the room was filled with candlelights galore.
The florals were designed with gorgeous blush tones and lush green textures to add to the romance. Jordan and Andrew are both in the music ministry, so the songs for the ceremony were carefully curated and sang by two dear friends. There were many, many personal touches throughout the night that pinpointed who Andrew and Jordan are and what they represented. They decided to not only take Communion for the first time as a unit but also served Communion to both of their loving parents. These two are very family-oriented so they choreographed a surprise family dance for the reception. And, we must say, they can move!
Another aspect that incorporated Jordan’s spunky and stylish personality was her dress. She wore a Martina Liana gown accompanied with an Olia Zavozina skirt that was removed for the reception to take it from a beautiful ball gown to a sleek and sexy A-line. It was a fun little surprise for the groom as well! The fur pink mink coat and (something borrowed) mini veil made it an absolute one-of-a-kind look. With close friends and family around, they spent the night dancing away until it was time to send the happy couple off with a trail of bubbles. We wish all the happiness in the world for you, Jordan and Andrew! Congrats!
Planning/Design: The Hardin House | Floral Design: The Hardin House | Photography: Blue Vinyl Photography | Videography: Joe Urcavich | Venue: The Atrium at Overton Square | Catering: Drapers | Rentals: Classic Party Rentals | Cake: Sparkles Cakes by Darla | Photo Booth: The Hardin House | Bridal Boutique: Maggie Louise | Veil (something borrowed credits): Molly Farrell | A-line Bridal Gown: Martina Liana |Bridal Skirt: Olia Zavozina