You can’t talk about Katie and Tyler’s wedding without talking about The Dress. It is beautiful. It is vintage. It has it’s own story. The dress, over 50 years old, is a family heirloom. It has been passed through women in the Tennille family for generations. Katie’s sister was married in it, as were her mother and her aunt. It is a charming nod to a slew successful marriages, paving the way for Katie and Tyler. Katie’s charming vintage dress fit right in with their charming vintage chapel, where they said “I do” with Lone Peak and an overflow of guests peeking in the windows. An outdoor reception followed, under the pines and peaks surrounding the Rainbow Ranch Lodge.
(Courtesy of Lauren Brown Photography)
Derria and Roland’s wedding at Moon-Randolph Homestead was equal parts down-to-earth Montana fun and natural elegance. The stunning couple kept things simple and stunning with minimal decorations and high quality catering, music, and details. Though it may be hard to remember Montana skies without smoke these days, they celebrated under a perfect blue sky just West of Missoula’s iconic Waterworks Hill and the Rattlesnake Wilderness. Such an amazingly gorgeous day!
Carlie Breen is an excellent photographer, golfer and my personal friend. She has met the man of her life and they are marrying this summer in Montana. Welcome to the mountains in our backyard along the Yellowstone River!
(Courtesy of Larry Stanley Photography)