Jordan & Matt | Main Street Ballroom Wedding | Maryland Wedding Coordinator

If I had to pick my favorite moment from Jordan and Matt's wedding day, I absolutely couldn't. There were so many moments that gave me butterflies because of the love shared. I cried more times than I can count, just from glancing around the room. So many emotions squeezed into this wedding day, so lets start from the top. I will try to keep it short.

Jordan and Matt were the absolute coolest couple. We always laughed through our meetings and I loved talking with Jordan about all of their wedding details. I woke up the day after their wedding so sad that it was over, but so incredibly happy that they were finally married.

The day started with all of the girls hanging out around the Main Street Ballroom's bridal suite, I asked Jordan multiple times if she just wanted to sit down and she kept telling me that she felt like she was floating around all morning- on cloud nine!

Once the guys arrived, it was go-time. Things were running so smoothly that the first look even included stopping for a beer at Manor Hill Tavern. Like I said, the coolest couple. When the first look was complete, a few of the jitters were out of the way and the whole gang was back together, you couldn't hear a thing over the laughter pouring out of the grooms suite. This bridal party was amazing.

The ceremony was heartfelt and perfect. There wasn't a dry eye in the venue. Matts reaction to Jordan walking down the aisle was perfect (side note- notice how Jordan & Matt DID have a first look and Matt still had an emotional reaction when Jordan was walking down the aisle? I'm telling you- you CAN have both!) their vows were deep, but fun, and represented them beautifully.

Cocktail hour was perfect and the weather was a dream, then it was time for one of the most fun receptions I have ever experienced. The maid-of-honors joined forces on their speech, the best man had everyone laughing and every word shared about the two of them was clearly very meaningful.

Two Twelve Productions continued the party after the formal dances and kept everyone on the dance floor for the entire evening. The bride took the stage a few times with the tambourine and the groom played a song for everyone alongside the band.

The perfect September evening! Congratulations again, Jordan and Matt. I am incredibly happy the two of you finally did the thing :)

Photography Hannah Mink Photography

Videography by Eastbourne Media

Flowers by Rose Hill Floral Design

Venue Main Street Ballroom

Music provided by the Two Ten Twelve band

Officiant Ceremony by Rachael

Cupcake truck by Flavor Cupcakery

Hair Artist Erica Hulett

Makeup Artist Natalie Harris Makeup Artistry

Planning by Enchanting Events and Design