Sara + Jonathan

June 18, 2011
Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden
Winter Park Farmers Market
Photographs by Bella Allure Imagery


The Bride Sara Jordan, 29, is the creative director and chief operating officer of Jordan Wolk, a women’s luxury clothing brand in New York City.
The Groom Jonathan Brosious, 28, works at Community Middle School, West Windsor, New Jersey, as a health and physical education teacher.
How They Met Sara, who is originally from Apopka, joined eHarmony in response to her frustration with the New York City dating scene. Jon, meanwhile, joined with his buddies, unsuspecting of the success he would have. Once Sara and Jon were matched, the spark between them was instant. Much of their courtship was long-distance, and they were constantly commuting between NYC and New Jersey to see each other.
Their Engagement “Jon proposed April 4, 2010, on Easter Sunday,” Sara says. While  visiting his mother at her house, Jon enlisted the help of his nephews to hide the ring in an Easter basket and place it under a nearby tree. Then he took Sara on a walk around the lake. “On the walk, Jon casually discovered the Easter basket and got down on one knee,” Sara says.
Their Wedding The couple enjoyed a romantic vintage garden wedding with lots of Sara’s designer touches (including her dress). In keeping with the garden theme, Sara’s color palette included peach, lavender and plum with gold accents.

"Walking up to Jon for our ‘first look’ in my dress. His face said it all!” —Sara

Wedding Planner
Jaclyn, At Last Wedding + Event Design
The bride designed her gown incorporating parts of her mother’s wedding gown
Rachel Linch, Candace Reed Hair Salon
Lulu Makeup
Videographer/Photo Booth
Imprint Cinema
Jennifer Campopiano, Publix Bakery
Creations Catering & Events by Chef Aaron
Vintage Vines
Winter Park Boat Tours; One Way Valet
Daniel B. Marshall Band; Louis Poeltl, trumpet and vocalist;
Florence Peacock and Katie Keown, vocalists; Kathleen Atanassi, harpist
Reverend Wayne Helms, the bride’s uncle
First Dance
“Save the Last Dance for Me” (Michael Bublé)
Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, Bahamas

The wedding cake with edible butterflies.

Gold painted butterfly table numbers carried out the garden theme.

Sara with her bridesmaids.

Mason jars with garden roses and hydrangeas decorated the aisle.

Guest favors included seed packets of moon glow flowers.

A garden tea party table setting was created using vintage compotes, antique vases, sugared fruit and pearls.

As a nod to New York City, Pinkberry frozen yogurt was served with cake.


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