A big part of the travels that lead to my impromptu blogging break were to get ready for and ultimately celebrate my sister Jordan’s wedding. It was a beautiful day with tons of friends and family, and the photos came out beautiful so I thought it’d be fun to share some of my favorites. There were literally over a thousand pictures so paring it down to just these was tough, but I feel like they capture some of the most important parts of the day. Just a warning – this is super image heavy.
Our dresses all hung up.
My youngest sister Kennedy getting dolled up. She was a bridesmaid (and a baby babe).
My crazy eye bags and me. Luckily they got me looking perty for my maid of honor duties.
The beautiful bride!
The three Cook sisters in all their wedding glory.
My sister’s then-fiance now-husband Boomer and his groomsmen looking like the cover of an intense movie poster.
Less intense groomsmen photo.
All of Jordo’s bridesmaids helping with the garter.
My Daddoo’s first look at Jordo. Super precious.
Some of the sweetest photos from the bunch were from this little moment. I wasn’t there obviously but it was nice to see their reactions to each other.
My parents and Jordo being cute.
The wedding was at our family’s church. They really made it even more beautiful than usual.
Me me walking!
Boomer waiting for…
The wedding party took this cute trolley to the reception.
Wedding selfies all over the place.
Collection of her invitations. She got tons of compliments on them, and they were so Jordan.
They had a wish tree where you could leave sweet messages for the couple.
Their cake was a huge hit and very, very tasty.
A lot of the people in attendance (including the bride) are UT alumni, so of course they played “The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You” at the reception.
I hope you see me in the middle of the group doing my bouquet catching stretches.
They paid off. Take note, Mark.
The send off was glitter. As you can imagine, it got everywhere.
It made for a beautiful send off, but Jordo said she was finding glitter in her hair for weeks after.
The last photo of the night! The photographers did such a good job capturing everything, including this little moment when Jordo and Boomer left their wedding.
Aaaand because we didn’t get many cutesy shots at the wedding, we made sure we got some in the photobooth. My mister made a handsome and fun date for an amazing day. I still can’t get over how perfect everything was. The day before the wedding was pouring rain, thunder and wind, but it was beautiful the day of, and everything else went off without a hitch. I’m so happy for you Jordo! Thank you for letting me brag on your wedding on my blog.
Photography // Reclaimed Moments
Cake // Tammy Allen Premier Wedding Cakes
Make-up // Adorne Artistry
Florist // Fleura Bella