Sarah and Jordan first discovered each other’s existence in high school. Theirs was a pure friendship that ended right after high school graduation. However, their passion of mechanical engineering would later bring them together. Sarah pursued her mechanical engineering degree at ASU while Jordan proceeded to Wentworth Military Academy in Missouri. Two years later, as fate would have it, Jordan enrolled at ASU to conclude his mechanical engineering degree.
They were now both enrolled in the Fulton schools of Engineering as mechanical engineers’. “Thanks to our class schedules, I would often see him passing by and smile” says Sarah blissfully. “I couldn’t wait to ask her out! So, when our mutual friends from high school suggested we link up, I was thrilled! Says Jordan. “I asked her out soon after and ever since, I simply can’t imagine a life without her.”
Their relaxed and laid back personalities was echoed in the burgundy and gray theme color of the wedding. The wedding took place at The Landmark in Mesa, AZ. Having Sarah’s best friend as the maid of honor and Jordan’s brother as the best man was inevitable!
The ceremony was quite intimate! It was graced with close friends and family. Some of Jordan’s family member’s even flew in from Florida for the wedding. Pretty awesome! One of their good friends was responsible for the lip-smacking cake and cupcakes that the guests couldn’t have enough of. The variety of red candy in the candy bar set strategically at the venue was an impeccable mastermind idea!
“For their vows, they both decided to write down their own for authenticity purposes” and their petite adorable nephew, carried the rings down the aisle.
Sarah and Jordan’s love for country music was incorporated into their wedding. They danced to “Yours” by Russell Dickerson for their first dance. You could feel how they never felt so in love like they did on that dance floor! They were in each other arms now as husband and wife. The song was just right!”
“Their love for God was evident that day. The cord of three strands was how they finally said I do. One strand signifies God, the other one Jordan and the last one Sarah. They braided the three strands together to represent their union under the presence of God. It was a very emotional moment.
VENUE | The Landmark
DRESS | David’s Bridal
BRIDESMAIDS | David’s Bridal
SUITS | Mens Warehouse
CAKE | Floured Cupcakes
HAIR | Hair Art by Maggie
MAKEUP | Makeup by Destiny
Flowers | Andy Castano Design