If rain on your wedding day is good luck, then what happens when a full on wind and rain storm blows through during your reception?! If you ask me, it means an eternity of happiness and love, which was already obvious with these two. Brittany and David met on match.com as the last match they each told themselves they would give a shot before giving up on love. He drove an hour to meet her and in Brittany’s words, they’ve “been inseparable ever since”. They each grew up in other places before settling down in Montana, near family, where they built a life with their two beloved rescue dogs and solid group of amazingly fun and supportive friends. David’s proposal succeeded in being a total surprise when he asked Brittany to marry him behind her parents home on a walk with the dogs. This joyous day was really special to see unfold. What could have been a day ruining storm ended up being a fun bonding experience for everyone in attendance, hunkering down and taking shelter in the Barn on 45. It was a “batten down the hatches” moment that was unforgettable! Even with the wind, Brittany was glowing, in a lovely gown and decorated with florals in different shades of purple. The wedding party was full of smiles and laughs, and lots of love rallying behind the couple. It’s such a treat to see two people come together when they so clearly respect and appreciate the other so dearly. The whole feeling of this wedding was warmth and celebration. So happy to have met these two, congratulations Brittany and David!

 

Florist: Bitterroot floral

Hair: Jade hair salon

Make up: Studio 19

DJ: Pro DJ Entertainment

Invites: the knot

Dress: Rococo

 

 

 

 

If rain on your wedding day is good luck, then what happens when a full on wind and rain storm blows through during your reception?! If you ask me, it means an eternity of happiness and love, which was already obvious with these two. Brittany and David met on match.com as the last match they each told themselves they would give a shot before giving up on love. He drove an hour to meet her and in Brittany’s words, they’ve “been inseparable ever since”. They each grew up in other places before settling down in Montana, near family, where they built a life with their two beloved rescue dogs and solid group of amazingly fun and supportive friends. David’s proposal succeeded in being a total surprise when he asked Brittany to marry him behind her parents home on a walk with the dogs. This joyous day was really special to see unfold. What could have been a day ruining storm ended up being a fun bonding experience for everyone in attendance, hunkering down and taking shelter in the Barn on 45. It was a “batten down the hatches” moment that was unforgettable! Even with the wind, Brittany was glowing, in a lovely gown and decorated with florals in different shades of purple. The wedding party was full of smiles and laughs, and lots of love rallying behind the couple. It’s such a treat to see two people come together when they so clearly respect and appreciate the other so dearly. The whole feeling of this wedding was warmth and celebration. So happy to have met these two, congratulations Brittany and David!

 

Florist: Bitterroot floral

Hair: Jade hair salon

Make up: Studio 19

DJ: Pro DJ Entertainment

Invites: the knot

Dress: Rococo

 

 

 

 

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