Aris + Brady | A Romantic Blush & Navy wedding at the Venue at Montana 45 – Bigfork Montana Wedding

Looking back on this wedding… all I can do is smile! From the moment we met this incredible couple, we knew that this day would be extra special. They are such great friends and truly are some of the best people we have ever met.

The blush and navy color scheme was perfect for this late August wedding day at The Venue at Montana 45. The wooded backyard landscape was the perfect backdrop for their intimate ceremony where they read the vows that they had written for one another and shed many tears along with so much laughter! Not only from them but also the group of people that came out to support them and celebrate right along side of them.

Every detail, from their adorable little sisters who couldn’t stop twirling in their bright white flower girl dresses and those gorgeous flower crowns on their sweet little heads, to the matching Nike shoes that the bride and groom purchased for their bridal party to be worn at the reception, so that everyone was comfortable and would have even more of a blast that night! And, Aris’ mom did everything! From the decor to the flower arrangements and she even made that stunning cake!

This was such an amazing day to be apart of and I am so honored to have been your photographer!! You two are so made for each other and it was so fun to document the official beginning of your love story!

Special thanks to all of the dream team of vendors for this amazing day!

ASSOCIATE PHOTOGRAPHER  |  Matt Wetzler Thewmatt Photography

DRESS  |  Eskay Bridal

DJ  | RMF Entertainment

Venue |  The Venue at Montana 45

  1. Cyndi S`More says:

    This looks amazing. I can’t wait to have my wedding in montana. The absolute beauty of this western, rustic state is breath taking. Thank you for sharing this wedding and write up.


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