Outdoor Wedding Under the Big Sky

May 15, 2024 BY: Amy

“This delightful couple started as friends and now embark on a new chapter of their lives as partners. Their friendship is evident in the genuine laughter and shared humor that lights up the atmosphere. The communication between them is seamless, a reflection of their deep connection. For them, this celebration is not just about a single day; it’s a week-long festivity. Friends and family gather from all corners of the country, converging for a week of joyous activities. The festivities center around the bride’s family home, a place where love and laughter intertwine, as Lady Luck Hospitality graces the meals with delectable flavors. The design concept is a modern wildflower Montana wedding aesthetic, embracing desaturated, warm, neutral wildflowers. Sustainability is at the core of their choices, and the wildflowers are carefully sourced, symbolizing their love for the Montana mountains. The tent adorned with greenery and chandeliers became the epicenter of the celebration, where laughter echoes and connections deepen. The bride’s dress is next level. We’ve seen a LOT of wedding dresses. Hannah’s wedding dress is beyond extraordinary, embodying modern elegance with a lengthy train and an off-the-shoulder ribbon accent. Ellie, their adorable dog, flaunts a flower collar, while Mitch rocks a striking blue suit. Bridesmaids compliment the fall foliage in the area with velvet desaturated blush pinks. How they met: they met in Dallas. He’s from New York and she’s from Kansas City. He moved to Fort Worth for grad school. Both transplants in Dallas. First time they met, she was dating someone else, a mutual friend. Mitch was hanging out with that mutual friend. They didn’t think anything of it. Six months later, Hannah and the mutual friend had broken up. Mitch was there. Hannah kept thinking, ‘you again’. It started off really slow. They ran into each other a couple more times until they thought ‘ok maybe we should try each other out’. Dating for a while in Dallas,  it didn’t take long to figure out they were going to be together. It felt right. Not too complicated. After 3.5 years of dating, they are getting married.”

– Montana Wedding Planner, Wild Montana Wedding

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bride and groom with their dog for their montana summer wedding

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montana summer wedding cake with flowers on top and a chocolate cake monogram


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Venue: Private Estate Planning + Design: Wild Montana Wedding Photographer: Honeybee Weddings Caterer: Lady Luck Hospitality and Events Florist: Foolish Blooms Farm Beauty: Majestic Mountain Beauty Beverages: The Split Rock Restaurant Coffee Cart: Saddle Up Espresso Rentals: Celebrate Event & Party Rental Cake + Desserts: Bakes and Cakes by Brie Music + Entertainment: RMF Entertainment Transportation: Three Dog Down Rehearsal Dinner: Sacred Waters Brewing Company

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