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Madsen’s of Newmarket Wedding – Stephanie & Jordan

Stephanie and Jordan met through mutual friends at a summer camp-out (pig roast party). When Jordan first saw Stephanie, he thought, “I wonder if she’s single.”, and Stephanie’s first thought was “He’s cute and confident!” They went canoeing and for dinner on their first date in Orangeville. They dated for three and a half years before Jordan proposed.

On Christmas 2015 in the late morning, after spending the morning with Jordan’s parents, Stephanie had asked to stop somewhere to exchange gifts before going to her parents’ house. Jordan chose Ingles Falls on the way to her parents’ because they had talked about wanting to go there before. Stephanie didn’t expect that there was a proposal coming her way. They found a spot to look at the falls, and Jordan said that he had written a song for Stephanie’s Christmas present. He sang the song, then said some nice things, and got down on one knee to pop the question.

We love the details from their beautiful wedding, like the adorable “love” shoes by Ellen DeGeneres, and the decorative heart cut-out on Stephanie’s bouquet, with a piece of fabric from her grandmother’s wedding dress.

Stephanie got ready for the wedding ceremony at her parents’ house, with her family and all her bridesmaids. Their wedding ceremony was held outdoors at Madsen’s Greenhouse in Newmarket.

Stephanie and Jordan performed a rose ceremony at their wedding. There are a few different ways that rose ceremonies can be done, but essentially the couple exchanges roses – which is actually their first gift to each other as a married couple! A single red rose has always meant “I love you”, so we’d say it bodes well for the occasion of a wedding. However in Stephanie and Jordan’s case, before they exchanged roses, they had each of their family members place a white rose in a vase, and then after they did their exchange, they added their two red roses to the vase as well.

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Photographer: Jennifer Newberry Photography // Venue: Madsen’s of Newmarket // Fashion Designer: Ed by Ellen // Officiant: John McKibbon // Jewellery: People’s Jewellers // Mens Attire: Moores // Dress Store: David’s Bridal & The Gown // Dress Designer: Casablanca Bridal // Favours & Gifts: Botanical Paperworks // Caterer: O’Malley’s Catering // Beauty: Victoria Bourque Beauty Boutique // DJ: Dynamic Music Solutions // Floral Designer: Bundle of Blooms

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