Posted: Feb 11, 2013 7:22 PM by MTN News
BOZEMAN - Jordan Goode is an in-home care giver. On Monday, she thought was making a normal food delivery. Her fiancé, Justin Clay decided to make an unexpected detour into The Jewelry Studio on Main Street in Bozeman.
Inside stood Larry Stanley, Megan Jacks and Jena Silverness, the wedding vendors and founders of "The Gift Worth Giving." They were there to present Jordan and Justin with a $40,000 dream wedding.
"I don't know what to say, I can't breathe!"
Justin, who knew the whole time, proposed to Jordan a second time, with a ring she never expected to receive.
Jordan, a cancer survivor, was overwhelmed.
"It's really hard to believe. There have been lots of things in our lives that have been really hard and it's nice to have something to look forward to," said Jordan.
The Gift Worth Giving chooses one deserving Montana couple every year for a dream wedding. For more information visit TheGiftWorthGiving.com.