Victor, Montana – The Homestead on McVey

Andrea and Casey believe they likely crossed paths more than once before officially meeting in Central Illinois. They share so many common interests and hobbies they must have met without knowing before they met officially. They met through their shared love of animal at a veterinary clinic and Andra knew Casey was the one when her “difficult” dog Barney took to him immediately and loved him. Together they have 5 dogs, a herd of goats, and a lot of chickens on a farm that Casey says is Andreas dream. Casey saw Montanas mountains for the first time when they arrived in the Bitterroot Valley for their Wedding with an intimate group of family. They could not have chosen a more gorgeous day to enjoy all that Montana has to offer with its scenery and Spring colors. Two of their dogs came along, looking adorable in little doggie tutu’s and strutting their stuff while celebrating their mom and dad’s union. The Homestead on Mcvey was a perfect Venue for them to celebrate with good food and lots of warmth and love. I couldn’t help but swoon at all of the cozied up couples that truly adore each other even after decades of marriage and I could see that these two have a strong foundation of what a solid marriage looks like. I asked Andrea if they are all just feeling the love on a wedding day and she said no, they are always this cute! What an amazing family these two have, now coming together as one unit. Andrea had worked as a horse wrangler in the Flathead Valley and must have felt right at home returning to Montana with Casey to a Venue that has neighborhood horses and goats. So happy for these two generous and kind souls – congratulations Casey and Andrea!!

Vendors:

Planner: Plumtree events

Florist: Flower haus 

Hair and Makeup: Sugar Tree Hair Salon

DJ: Primetime DJ

Catering / cake: The Crave

Victor, Montana – The Homestead on McVey

Andrea and Casey believe they likely crossed paths more than once before officially meeting in Central Illinois. They share so many common interests and hobbies they must have met without knowing before they met officially. They met through their shared love of animal at a veterinary clinic and Andra knew Casey was the one when her “difficult” dog Barney took to him immediately and loved him. Together they have 5 dogs, a herd of goats, and a lot of chickens on a farm that Casey says is Andreas dream. Casey saw Montanas mountains for the first time when they arrived in the Bitterroot Valley for their Wedding with an intimate group of family. They could not have chosen a more gorgeous day to enjoy all that Montana has to offer with its scenery and Spring colors. Two of their dogs came along, looking adorable in little doggie tutu’s and strutting their stuff while celebrating their mom and dad’s union. The Homestead on Mcvey was a perfect Venue for them to celebrate with good food and lots of warmth and love. I couldn’t help but swoon at all of the cozied up couples that truly adore each other even after decades of marriage and I could see that these two have a strong foundation of what a solid marriage looks like. I asked Andrea if they are all just feeling the love on a wedding day and she said no, they are always this cute! What an amazing family these two have, now coming together as one unit. Andrea had worked as a horse wrangler in the Flathead Valley and must have felt right at home returning to Montana with Casey to a Venue that has neighborhood horses and goats. So happy for these two generous and kind souls – congratulations Casey and Andrea!!

Vendors:

Planner: Plumtree events

Florist: Flower haus 

Hair and Makeup: Sugar Tree Hair Salon

DJ: Primetime DJ

Catering / cake: The Crave

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