I want to a relationship like Jordan & Mike for two reasons. First reason being that they mentioned sushi in their wedding vows. Let me tell you, I’m definitely doing that on my wedding day! Second, they went through so much during their engagement and at the end of the day, their love and their commitment to one another is all that they focused on. Yes, they wanted the big celebration and good times with their friends, but getting married on the day they originally chose was the most important thing– and they made it happen.
Many of my couples have postponed their wedding, but Jordan & Mike were postponing things from day one of being engaged.
I met this sweet Delaware couple right before the world shut down. We had planned out a perfect spring engagement session at their wedding venue, Historic Ashland— everything was falling into place. Then March 2020 happened. I can’t remember how many times we tried changing their engagement session to follow traveling and state guidelines, along with the venue’s availability and restrictions.
At the beginning of the year, virus cases were increasing, so Jordan had to make the difficult decision many other brides are choosing– to postpone. Their original wedding date was too important to them though, so they decided to still celebrate their marriage with their closest friends and family with a micro wedding. A little closer to home, they finally said “I Do” at Prancing Deer Farm.
Wedding one complete, stay tuned for wedding number two in September 🙂
Jordan & Mike,
You two bring such a smile to my face. You’ve quickly become great friends! I am so blessed to be part of such a special time in your life— not one but two weddings! You can’t get rid of me yet 🙂
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