As Mason read his vows to Stachia, I had to wipe a tear from my eye. He was beaming. His eyes were full of his love and adoration for his bride. And he was so excited to finally call her his wife. After four years of dating, friendship had turned to romance, and they were so ready to join together in marriage that rainy, February evening.
From the first day we met them, Isaac and I knew we were going to like Stachia and Mason. We both brought our pups to the consultation (so technically they were on a little date of their own?), and bonded over our mutual love for Texas country and two stepping.
But the thing I liked the most about them? How much they loved each other. I feel like I say this about every couple, but I truly mean it. Seeing two people so completely head over heels for each other makes my heart smile. And they were definitely in love.
Then, almost a year after we met them, they finally became husband and wife.
Y’all… it was beautiful. I talked a little about the wedding in Stachia’s bridal session, and I can’t begin to describe how breathtaking it was. When she first told me she was using the Beauty and the Beast as inspiration for her wedding, I didn’t know what to expect. But let me tell you, she blew it out of the water. There were roses, cute little tea cups, candle sticks and quotes. Old books lined the aisle and covered the tables. Rose petals marked the path she was going to walk to meet her prince charming. And Stachia looked like the princess she really is.
While the little details of a wedding really make it stand out, I know that the love between the bride and groom are what make a marriage last. A love that understands and forgives. A love that you choose to have, even when it’s hard. A love that goes above and beyond every single day. A love like the one between Stachia and Mason. What an honor it was to celebrate this love with them that rainy February night!
Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Jordan!