April 24, 2019
Saturday I woke up to the sun shining SO brightly. I couldn’t believe when I checked the radar a few days ago that the weather was going to be almost 70 for Jordan and Jose’s wedding day!! It’s hard to believe that, since here in Wisconsin we’ve obviously been living in the arctic tundra, and recently got 8 inches of snow.
When Sarah got to my house to head out to Appleton, I was SO gitty! I just adore Jordan and Jose for so many reasons, but also I have been sitting under my “off season” rock for about three months and it was so good to break out of it! <3
We headed out to Appleton and when we got to The Bridgewood in Neenah we just walked around and soaked in the beautiful property and the light all around!
We walked up to the girls room and I knocked. Then knocked again. It was actually pretty funny because I had to go downstairs and ask the front desk to call them!
Thankfully seconds after calling, that gorgeous bride, Jordan walked in!! She was glowing! Okay, like literally, walking in from outside and there was perfect backlight on her hair haha (pretty much like all day)
I gave her the biggest hug, and then gave Alanna (who you’ll probably remember seeing from her own wedding 7 months ago!!!) then the rest of the bridesmaids got a hug too. Everyone gets hugs when I’m around!
After shooting details, and taking the girls outside for bride and bridesmaid photos we went to grab the guys! Jose looked SO dapper, and his groomsman were all so proud to be standing by his side!!
After taking the guys photos we headed back inside with Jordan to do the father daughter first look. Guys, let me tell you, it was tears all around! Jordan’s dad definitely brought the waterworks to the wedding so many times!
Then we headed to the ceremony time. Short, sweet and to the point was all I can do to explain this perfect ceremony. Seriously I think it took like 10 minutes. haha.
This day couldn’t of gone any more perfect. I can’t wait for you to enjoy these wedding day photos of Jordan and Jose.
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