Jordan and Andrew were surrounded by a small group of their closest friends and family as they were married in Powder House Square this September.
Sunlight hit Jordan as she read her vows to Andrew.
The Powder House and surrounding trees provided a wonderful venue for this afternoon wedding.
Jordan’s friends helped set the scene with paper hearts that lined the isle.
Living just a few blocks away, this spot holds special meaning to the couple and was a perfect place for them to tie the knot.
The park’s rustic feel with all of the stone made for a nice backdrop for photos.
Jordan had a beautiful brooch bouquet.
Jordan & Andrew had a heartfelt chat after exchanging their vows.
thankfully the skies opened & sun shined and Jordan & Andrew were able to have the outdoor wedding that they wanted. Here, J & A stand in front of where they would have been married if the weather did not cooperate.
The new couple took a little time for themselves on their wedding day by walking from Powder House Square to the Elephant Walk, where family and friends awaited their arrival.
Walking through Davis Square, Jordan got an unexpected second wedding proposal when a group of kids were working to complete their scavenger hunt and were in need of some willing participants.
The wedding reception and dinner were held at the Elephant Walk, a fantastic Cambodian/French restaurant in Porter Square.
Dinner took place in a private room at the restaurant, where everyone toasted the newlyweds.
Congratulations Jordan and Andrew!