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Amy & Ryan – July Glacier National Park Elopement
This was my first elopement on the shores of St. Mary’s lake and I absolutely fell in love with this spot! The wind, the sun, the waves. Loved every part of it! Check out the pics and then scroll down to watch their elopement video by LoveLife Creative Media, I mean, come on!!! This is what it’s all about.
Could you give me just a short background to how you met, your relationship, and engagement?
Ryan and I met online in December 2015. We had been talking online and texting for about a week before we met in person andView full post »
With a name like D’Juliet how can it not be one of those most beautiful and romantic shoots of your life!? This bride and groom eloped in Glacier National Park in October. It was a cold and windy day, which actually a whole element that I absolutely fell in love with. Drama and action and adventure! When we were on the shores of the lake there were gusts that blew water onto us! Hair and dress blowing in the wind, I loved every second of this wedding. And I couldn’t stop talking about her dress!!!! I just couldn’t get over how it fit and moved and took your breathView full post »
In the northwest corner of Montana sits a hidden gem of the earth. It is a park so naturally beautiful it is known as the “Crown of the Continent.” It is North America’s Swiss Alps and in my opinion, there is no better place to be married. It is jaw-droppingly gorgeous, romantic, and adventurous. I love taking photos everywhere, but I never feel as inspired as I do when I’m in Glacier photographing weddings. Hopefully you fall in love with this little piece of heaven (it was actually used in the movie What Dreams May Come as heaven) as much as I have. Here’s a link toView full post »
In the northwest corner of Montana sits a hidden gem of the earth. It is a park so naturally beautiful it is known as the “Crown Jewel of the Continent.” It is North America’s Swiss Alps and it jaw-dropping gorgeous, and in my opinion, there is no better place to be married. It is beautiful, romantic, and adventurous. I love taking photos anywhere but I never feel as inspired as I do when I’m in Glacier photographing weddings. Hopefully you fall in love with this little piece of heaven (it was actually used in the movie What Dreams May Come as heaven) as much as I have.
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My amazingly talented husband put together this little behind the scenes video during an engagement shoot up in Glacier National Park on Lake McDonald. I love it so much. So many people dread having their photos taken and I hope this captures a little taste of how fun and special having your photos taken can be.
This beautiful song is by Shayla Smith and can be purchased here https://shayla.bandcamp.com/track/loved
Shayla is a local artist and also does music for weddings, which is ALWAYS a treat for me!
Here are the photos from the shoot. And in case you were wondering who thisView full post »
This all started in 2016 when Scott and Megan Lester bought a 65 acre retired seed potato farm 1 mile north of Reserve on Whitefish Stage so they could live with their three children and Megan’s parents. They immediately remodeled the old farmhouse on the land for Megan’s Parents. From there they cleaned up the farm in preparation to build their family home on the land.
On New Years day 2016, Scott and Megan started talking about how they had this great farm, with great 25 year organic soil, an irrigation well, and how it would be really cool to grow vegetables for people in theView full post »
Eloping is such a great option for those who want a more low-key, intimate, and budget friendly way to be wed. And there’s no better place (in my completely biased opinion:) than Glacier! It’s truly one of the most beautiful places in the world, the recreational opportunities are endless, and although Glacier itself is remote, the surrounding areas cater to tourists and retirees, offering fine dining and lodging.
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I hope this info and my photos inspire you to get hitched in the 406! (oh, that’s Montana’s area code…that’s right, ONE areaView full post »
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