Anne and Jordan chose Cathedral Hill for their engagement session. Why? Because it played a meaningful role in their relationship. They even showed us the exact spot where Jordan, filled with nerves and excitement, got down on one knee to ask the love of his life to marry him. And that spot was a b-e-a-u-tiful overlook on Summit Ave.
They walked us through alleys off Selby Ave. that go from their favorite spots in town down to the Cathedral of St. Paul. It is where they routinely share their Sunday mornings together at mass and where they’ll officially become husband and wife next summer.
We already think it is a huge honor to be invited into a couples wedding day, but getting to see other places that are part of the couple’s journey to the alter is a major bonus. It adds a sentimental touch to the entire engagement session when the couple chooses a place that is dear to their hearts.
While it was just the two of them at their engagement session, we run into them enough around the Twin Cities to know how big a heart they have for community. They are constantly showing up for people in their lives whether that is a birthday party of a friend or a group get together. Anne’s house especially is notorious for hosting guests and welcoming people in. That is a beautiful trait that I am confident they will carry into their marriage: going out for others and inviting them in.
So you can bet their wedding will not only places an emphasis on Christ in their relationship, but that there will also be a loyal crew of friends who are eager to return the favor of support and community that will be present at the wedding. Hopefully busting moves on the dance floor all night long. We can’t wait. Cheers to this season, you two!