Like all things in 2020, Vicky and Jordan’s wedding had some last minute changes that could have thrown anyone off. But their calm, level-headed demeanors and Vicky’s amazing ability to plan (seriously, her wedding day timeline was one for the record books...I almost cried tears of joy when I first saw it!) saw them through the day with minimal hiccups and plenty of time for sweet memories with family and friends.
It was so sweet to see Jordan tear up for the special moments of the day - the first time he saw his bride, reading letters to one another and dancing with his mom. Jordan and Vicky balance each other out so well and that’s been clear since the moment I met them for coffee to talk about their wedding. Their friendship is real and they keep each other grounded with their different personalities, interests and humor. My favorite uncaptured moment of the day: Jordan taking a running slide across the dance floor!! He made Vicky crack up laughing and it was pretty clear that was the intent all along.
Even since Vicky and Jordan told me they were getting married at the Waterfront Botanical Gardens, I’ve been so excited to shoot there. Louisville has such an interesting array of museums and galleries but it’s incredibly exciting to see a new place for outdoor enthusiasts who want to learn more about the flora and fauna of the area (and it made for a gorgeous event venue!). All the details of sculptures, fountains, the layout of the gardens were meticulously designed and so beautiful, even as the gardens continue to grow and mature. Our experience there did not disappoint and I can’t wait to go back soon and take a long tour for my own pleasure!
Vicky and Jordan, we had a wonderful time with you and loved being a part of your wedding day - enjoy these portraits on your honeymoon this week!!
Dress: Rebecca's Wedding Boutique
Floral: Edelweiss Floral
Hair Stylist: Selena Burton
Makeup Artist: Brittany Thompson
Catering: Kingsley's Catering
Cake: Annie May's Sweet Cafe
DJ: Chase Carter