Let’s just put it this way – Jordan and I go waaay back. Growing up together as cousins, I often found myself spending hours at his parents farm in rural Lancaster county. We ziplined into the pond, terrorized barn cats, made hay forts, and swung from trees. Occasionally, we actually sat down to eat something. Jordan’s house is where I first learned that jalapeño peppers are one of the few foods you can still taste when you have a cold. Playing on a farm as a child was freedom for those few hours.
I learned a lot about Jordan, too. He comes across as quiet, but certainly has a mischievous side. His older sisters probably cite him (and his older brother Loy) as two reasons why they ended up moving out of their parent’s house!
I first met Jodi at a family reunion several years ago. Sporting the same calm, collected exterior as Jordan, I discovered that she’s got a wonderful smile and personality to match. Jordan and Jodi, thanks for having me be a part of your wedding! You made it a day that was very unique, and perfectly fits you both!
The ceremony was held at Jodi’s sister’s home, and her uncle did the ceremony.
After the ceremony, we travelled to Lititz Springs Park, which is a really cool privately-owned park open to the public. It’s where Jordan’s parents were married…
I have to say – this is my favorite picture of the day, only cause of the sign.
The reception was held at Scooter’s in Lititz, PA. It’s a really great little place.
Jodi and Jordan, thanks for letting me be a part of your day!