One look at this wedding and you’re going to need to know the Bride’s three tips (included in her little writeup below)—how could you not with all this pretty? With a ranch-elegant vision in mind and stuuuning views to boot, she and her groom nailed it and we have Orange Photographie to thank for documenting it all so beautifully. The Vault holds all the lovely, right this way.
From the Bride… I knew I wanted to get married on a ranch, but I didn’t want to have it feel too rustic. I focused on incorporating soft and romantic decor to create an elegant setting with a beautiful mountainous backdrop while highlighting some Montana details such as the horse-drawn wagons and a bluegrass band. It’s so rare that your closest friends and family will all be together with you, so plan and organize to the best of your ability and then just be present and enjoy the day.
There were so many incredible moments from our wedding day, but my favorite was the time we had during our sunset pictures. It was so special to step away and have a moment together to soak in the significance of the day, and getting some amazing photos didn’t hurt either! My three suggestions for a bride’s (and groom’s) sanity:
1) Make a decision and move on
2) Pick vendors that you enjoy working with and will make your vision a reality
3) Don’t sweat the details you can’t control (like weather in the mountains!)
Photography: Orange Photographie | Floral Design: Labellum | Wedding Dress: BHLDN | Cake: Cakes by Jenn | Wedding Invitations: All She Wrote | Shoes: Benjamin Adams | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Jenny Yoo | Hair Stylist: Revive Salon | Groom’s Attire: Studio Suits | Wedding Venue: The 320 Guest Ranch | Ceremony Band: Laney Lou & the Bird Dogs | Cocktail Hour Music: Drink Me Pretty | Earrings: BHLDN | Groom’s Accessories: The Tie Bar | Groom’s Shoes: Magnanni | Planning: Gracefield Events | Rentals: Montana Party Rentals | Skirt Overlay: Watters
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