JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers
JoJo Fletcher gave a sweet tribute to Jordan Rodgers on his birthday. Pictured: Fletcher and Rodgers attend the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena on Sept. 23, 2016 in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Isaac Brekken

JoJo Fletcher is head over heels in love with her man.

On Wednesday, Jordan Rodgers turned 29 and her fiancée did not miss to make him feel extra special on his birthday. Fletcher took to Instagram and penned a sweet message for the celebrant.

"Happy Birthday to this gem of a human," the "Bachelorette" star wrote. "There are so many reasons why you deserve to be celebrated, not only today, but everyday! To name a few, thank you for always being my rock, for giving me a million laughs, for being a daily example of what it's like to chase after dreams and never give up, for holding my hair back when I've had one too many rosès), for always dancing along side me when I embarrassingly try to, and of course, for loving me (& Jackie moon) with everything you have. So, without getting more mushy, HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABE!! @jrodgers11."

That was not all, JoJo also initiated a get-together for Jordan by flying in his brother and two of his best friends in town days before his big day. Her efforts did not go unnoticed as the former football quarterback took to Instagram to thank her.

"This amazing woman I get to call mine surprised me this weekend for my Birthday," Jordan wrote. "She continues to amaze me and I am blessed beyond belief to have her in my life."

According to Jordan, he is not easy to surprise, but JoJo managed to do so. He described the reality star as the "most thoughtful, loving, selfless person" he knows.

Before JoJo met Jordan in "Bachelorette", she was broken hearted when Ben Higgins told her "I love you" in "Bachelor" Season 20 and gave the last rose to Lauren Bushnell. Ben and Lauren already broke up.

On the other hand, Jordan and JoJo's romance has been going stronger. In fact, the two have been talking about their upcoming wedding. They haven't picked a date yet as they are struggling to find the best location considering that their families are from Dallas and California. Their wedding might be televised, but Jordan prefers to make it private and intimate.

"There's a distinct intimacy and privacy and it's a very special moment with family and friends, and I wouldn't want anything to tarnish that or to take away from that. It's a time that I want to be able to honor my fiancée and soon-to-be wife and her family, and I want it to be ours," Jordan told The Hollywood Reporter about televising their big day.