I have a wonderful real wedding to share with you today which comes to us from one of our blog readers! This wedding took place in June out in the beautiful Montana. Below is the information that comes directly from the Bride's mother.


 We used sagebrush, white roses and berries for accents, and her colors she picked were tourquois accents for both groomsmen and bridesmaids, and coral dresses with linen suits. Both of which were worn with the cowboy boots of their choice.  Coral ribbons tied thank you notes to our guests on lucky horseshoes with turquoise repeated in the napkins at the tables.  It was held on the mountain side on the deck of a ski chalet at Bridger Bowl, where guests enjoyed the sunshine and a glass of wine while watching the event.
The bride, Katie, and the groom, Andy, both grew up in Montana and Washington respectively, and indulged in all the activities available to them here.  Snow skiing, hiking, waterskiing, biking,snowshoeing and horse riding. They fully appreciate a mountain lifestyle, both rustic and adventurous that it is, and planned their wedding exactly around those ideals. 
(Photo Credits: Christine Miller Photography and Craig Satterlee Photography.)