Chase + Jordan {engagement} Pike Road, Ala.

How did you two meet?

Jordan: "Chase and I met in high school our sophomore year. I used to get so nervous around him because I thought that he was so cute, but his sweet disposition quickly made it easy for me to be myself!"

How and when did Chase propose?

Jordan: "Chase proposed on April 9 one Sunday after church. He told me that he wanted to go eat lunch in downtown Montgomery, so we headed there as soon as church was over. It was a gorgeous day outside so when we were done eating, Chase said that he wanted to go for a walk down by the riverfront. He led me down by the river, where there was a bench set up with flowers, photos of us, and a Bible with my soon to be new name, 'Jordan Elizabeth Orozco,' engraved on it. He got down on one knee and asked me to marry him, and of course I said, 'yes!' Afterwards, he had a surprise engagement party planned at my house with all of our friends and family. It was the perfect day!"

What are some things y'all like to do together?

Jordan: "Chase and I are very laid back and really enjoy doing anything together. We love laying out by the pool, watching movies and going to eat. It doesn't matter the task, we just enjoy each other's company."

Jordan-- what's one of the things you admire most about Chase?

Jordan: "Chase is by far one of the most selfless people that I have ever met. He always works to put others before himself. Whether it be in our relationship, or anyone else that he comes into contact with, he is always striving to put others first. The way Chase gives himself to me and to others is incredible. He truly has a servant's heart."

Chase-- what's one thing you admire most about Jordan?

Chase: "What I admire most about Jordan is her committed relationship with the Lord. Instead of becoming increasingly fixated on herself, she makes knowing God the passion of her life. As she continues to be led by the Spirit of God, she produces visible and invisible acts of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control everyday of her life."