I can’t believe that Taylor and Jordan’s wedding day finally arrived and I was able to spend the day documenting their Sacramento Wedding. It feels like forever ago when these two got engaged and we did their engagement session where they had their first date. And let me tell you, their wedding day was nothing short of AMAZING! They made sure to spend their wedding day in the heart of Sacramento. Which is where they spend a lot of their time building their life together.
Their wedding was perfection! These two put thought into every single detail of their wedding. I loved everything about their wedding. I loved their small and intimate wedding ceremony. And I loved that their casual wedding reception was held at a local brewing company and catered by a taco truck. They had hired family and friends to be a part of their special day. They had friends that did their flowers. Taylor’s boss baked their wedding cake while other co-workers made other treats to go along with the their cake on the dessert table. Everything was thought out!
Well. Almost everything. Taylor and Jordan put me in charge of where to take their photos and I come up with the crazy idea of going to Punch Bowl Social, a local hang out spot, to do their wedding photos. We had such a great time there!
Congratulations on your wedding Taylor and Jordan. You truly compliment one another and I can’t wait to see the two of you grow together as husband and wife. Have a great time on your honeymoon in Ireland! You’re going to have such an amazing time.
Ceremony: Studio 817
Reception: Jackrabbit Brewing Co.
Caterer: Chando’s Tacos Food Truck
Florist: Brittney Torrey
Hair and Makeup: Sarah Dean
Shoes: Kate Spade
Their Urban and In-home Engagement Session
Take a walk down memory lane with these two for their engagement session. Starting in their first apartment together, and a walk to Weatherstone for a coffee date.
Want to see more Sacramento Weddings?
Check out Vivi and Jason’s wedding. Their ceremony took place in Sacramento’s iconic church and reception at Firehouse.