These two celebrated their love with by traveling all the way from New York City to the Bitterroot Valley of Montana to elope. Neither are the type to want the spotlight in front of hundreds, and they love to road trip together, so this felt like the right way for them to tie the knot.
From their stay at a secluded mountain cabin, to their ceremony at a historic courthouse with small-town charm, and snowmobiling through Yellowstone to finish off the trip, they had an unforgettable experience. And as Dennis said, now they have an amazing destination to come back and visit on anniversaries! It was a joy to be part of their adventure.
Their ceremony at the Ravalli County Courthouse Museum was the first performed there in over 15 years - how's that for one-of-a-kind! The bride fit right in with her vintage style, including her mother's fur coal and pearls, with a pop of gorgeous red lipstick. The finishing touch was her grandmother's handkerchief adorning her bouquet, just like it did her mother's on her wedding day.
Photography and planning: Off the Beaten Path Wedding Hair and Makeup: Lia at Teased Salon Floral: Flower Happy Floral Ceremony: Ravalli County Museum
Officiant: Justice Jennifer Ray Cake: Gretchen at Mission Bistro