Intentionally crafted, vintage inspired, and full of laughter - this wedding was everything a celebration of love should be. Even better that it was the special day of two of our best Billings friends!
Maggie and Josh celebrated their wedding in a way that was so true to who they are and what they care about - great local food, even better people, and ALL the dancing!
The groom handcrafted much of the reception decor, including the wooden planter boxes and stump slices. The bride grew the lavender and rosemary that filled the planters (and the kale on which we photographed their rings.)
Guests were treated to a lovely dinner experience, with long tables and family-style service featuring amazing creations by Claudia's Mesa.
They even had a live contra band for the reception! Naturally, Maggie needed a dress that would dance too. And boy, did the couple kick up their heels! They danced the night away under cafe lights and a full harvest moon. The harvest moon theme was also infused into their ceremony with a custom crescent backdrop by Mac's Floral, featuring dried all-native wildflowers and unique plants as yucca stalks.
Thanks to the amazing team of vendors who made Maggie and Josh's day possible:
Planning & Photography: Off the Beaten Path Wedding
Venue: Oscar's Park
Floral: Mac's Floral
Officiant: Kevin Sylvester (friend)
Catering: Claudia's Mesa
Bride's Dress: Last Best Bridal
Groom's Suit: Montana Vintage Clothing
Rings: D*Myers Buffalo Chips
Off the Beaten Path Wedding is a photography and planning team specializing in adventurous weddings & elopements across Montana and the Rocky Mountain West. Learn more about us here!