This unique styled Montana engagement session featured a seasonal snowbird photographer couple home for the holidays, who will fly back to Miami to finish working the off-season in the sunshine. This shoot incorporates native elements to “The Treasure State” including deer antlers and pine greenery as well as recycled bottles used as candleholders. Surrounded by snow, trees, and beautiful horses, this one of a kind, elegant rustic shoot was a winter-lover’s dream come true.
(Courtesy of Jade Reilly Photography)
Above all, Tom and I wanted an intimate, warm, community feel for the weekend. Toward that end, we were looking for a venue where all of our guest could stay on property, where there was enough space for all of wedding weekend’s events, and where there were tons of activities for our guests. What’s more, we wanted a place that embodied and showed off all that we love about our home state of Colorado. Devil’s Thumb Ranch had everything we were looking for. The Ranch is rustic and elegant in every since of both words — and this is exactly what we wanted for our wedding. I did not necessarily have “colors,” but I think light pink and grey were probably the ones I gravitated to and used more often. (Courtesy of the bride)
When it comes to non-traditional wedding dress colors, no one does it better than Elizabeth Dye. Pale blue tulle? Yes, please. We can’t get enough of this ethereal shoot outside of Great Falls, Montana. The icy gown was the perfect compliment to the frozen plains and the pomegranate and gold accents added just the right amount of warmth to the shoot. A must see for winter brides-to-be!