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Jordan + Parker

In Jesus’ time washing the feet of someone was considered the lowest duty, usually done by the housekeepers to the guests at parties, and yet right before he Jesus died he humbled himself to wash the feet of his disciples. He then instructed the disciples to wash each others feet. In relationships, it isn't always the easiest to humble yourselves towards one another…but isn’t this what marriage is all about. This foot washing ceremony was so beautiful. The ceremony left me with a hope and prayer that I wouldn’t view servanthood as a weakness but simply demonstrates the love, honor, respect and humility you have for your spouse! 🌿

Congratulations Jordan and Parker on you beautiful wedding day, and thank you for allowing us to capture such special moments!

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