Jordan and Kimberly's wedding plans have changed a time or two, like many couples have during the COVID-19 pandemic. But was their day any less beautiful? Absolutely not. Each detail was planned and everything fell into place. The couple was able to have many more people attend their ceremony than they had thought just the week previously. They truly missed the dear family members who could not attend, and were thankful for technology to help them make a small connection on their big day.
The bride and groom had the most beautiful first look. The groom waited for his bride in the setting of a gorgeous greenhouse owned by the bride's family. As a photographer, I remain quiet during these moments. These moments are meant to be documented unscripted. After they had a quiet moment we moved on and capture some bridal party photos and family photos.
Jordan and Kimberly said their I do's and the ceremony was beautiful, and a testimony for their love for one another, the church, and most importantly the Lord. This couple shares a long history of growing up together, going to high school and church together, and falling in love. I truly love these kind of love stories!
The couple hosted a drive through reception of sorts... they did a great job of keeping with guidelines and were able to greet their guests and distribute refreshments. Doing this from a distance is certainly not ideal, but I don't think these two stopped smiling the whole time. Congratulations Jordan & Kimberly!