The start of Tiffany and Jordan’s forever at Della Terra was oh-so-fun! Their wedding was classic with a touch of modern fairytale, a day that their family and guests will never forget!
The number 28 is special to this bride and groom. Tiffany’s brother (who doubled as their wedding officiant!) was married on the 28th, and so were Tiffany’s parents. Jordan and Tiffany wanted to carry on the 28 tradition by holding their wedding on the 28th of August.
Tiffany researched her wedding design and sourced ideas from Pinterest, Michael’s and JoAnn Fabric. In the reception room, centerpieces tied every detail together with tones of eggplant, lavender, silver and green. They featured bird cages, baby’s breath and LED candles. Additionally, Tiffany and her family created homemade wedding signs to add another personal touch to all of the wedding day decor.
One of the most exciting parts of the ceremony (aside from exchanging vows, of course) was Tiffany’s entrance in a horse-drawn carriage! Jordan and Tiffany opted for no first look, so that their first glimpse of one another would occur as the carriage arrived and Tiffany walked down the aisle to her groom. This fairy tale entrance added an extra layer of magic to an already perfect day!
The reception was filled with boisterous laughter and fun-filled dancing. Guests played Ohio State cornhole and took plenty of photos in a DIY photobooth station, complete with goofy hats, masks, glasses and capes. Tiffany and Jordan will laugh and smile at these silly wedding memories for years to come.
It’s with a full heart of happiness for these two that we say congratulations, Tiffany and Jordan! Thank you for sharing your beautiful wedding day with us!
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