Denise and Daniel went rustic for their wedding last summer. Held in Em-Tee-Town, a western town near Alder Flats, their day had a fun camping feel, complete with a BBQ, campfire and cupcakes. The weather was beautiful and in the words of the groom, the ceremony “was a dream.” We just love hearing recaps like that!
Photography: Shandro Photo
Cake Designer: Crave Cookies and Cupcakes
Floral Design: Off Whyte Floral
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When an “artsy forest fairy” and a computer scientist get married, you can expect a few things. Creativity. One-of-a kind design. Community. Consciousness.
Luna + Chris’ DIY wedding day was all of the above, with their personalities intertwined into every element. Together, they planned each detail from the invitations to the ceremony. Incorporating themes such as stars (Chris proposed under a sky filled with them and the wedding was held in the same spot) and steampunk visuals, the couple succeeded in creating a wedding that was truly all their own.
Photography: Jessie Moore Photography
Private Venue: Kathy and Steve Erickson
DJ: Zack Quiroz
Dress: urbanprairiegirl by Susie Blair on Etsy
Dance Floor: Sewn by Eustacia Kathrens
Arch: Adam Jacoby, Christopher Lo Coco, Kathy Erickson
Signage: Kelly O’Hare, Eustacia Kathrens, Luna Lo Coco
Cakes and Desserts: Cupcake Mountain Cupcakery LLC
All Organic Menu: Sourced from the Bozeman Co+op
Officiant: Vicki Wiepking
Florists: Bridal and table bouquets by Luna Lo Coco, crown by Eustacia Kathrens, boutonnieres by Kelly O’Hare
Hair & Make-up: Hair by Finn Ferguson, Make-up by Luna Lo Coco
Invitations & Calligraphy: Christopher Lo Coco
Planners & Designers: Christopher and Luna Lo Coco
Rings & Jewelry: Sam R. Ferraro
Tents, Rentals & Decor: Drink Dispenser Rented from Big Sky Rentals, Tent courtesy of Kathy and Steve Erickson, All other decor by Luna Lo Coco
With snow just about everywhere and spring right around the corner, we’re thinking about the beauty of white bouquets today!
White bouquets can be a totally gorgeous option for brides and attendants. Mix white blooms with greenery or other lightly-colored blooms to ensure the bouquet stands out from your gown and photographs well.
Go green with blooms from local farmers and growers in your area or near your wedding venue. Adding a vintage brooch borrowed from your mom, grandmother or mother-in-law to be can also add color and character to your bouquet.