REAL WEDDING | Handmade Details in Montana

When many couples plan a destination wedding they travel TO Hawaii to get married. You can imagine the surprise when Valerie and Todd, who live IN Hawaii, planned a destination wedding away from home – in Montana. I’m not convinced the guests were that surprised, though, with Montana’s beautiful picturesque views and gorgeous scenery. The bride and groom wanted images to treasure (Montana is known as the “Treasure State”) so, naturally, they selected Christopher Rebo Photography to capture everything perfectly. We are thrilled to show you everything from her gorgeous, fashionable dress to that eye-catching pearl ring. But first… a little info from the photographer!

Chris tells us, “Their event took place on Aug. 14, 2010, in Helena, Montana. The ceremony and some of the portraits were done at Tizer Gardens and the reception was at the Windsor Ballroom. The cake was made by The Vanilla Bean Bakery; the gown designer was Dress by Pronovias. It was a smaller wedding consisting of family and close friends, as it was a destination wedding for all of them. The bird theme was carried throughout the day, and really seemed to fit well with the couple.”

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

Montana wedding photographer - Rebo Photography

If you love these photos and want to see more from this Montana wedding photographer, check out Chris’s site http://www.rebophotography.com.

You can also view Rebo Photography’s ad in the Emmaline Bride Bridal Book.

All images courtesy of Christopher Rebo Photography. All Rights Reserved.

What do you think?


This post may contain sponsorship or affiliate links. See our disclosure page.

4 Comments

  1. Kim
  2. Michelle

Comment Here

Your email address will not be published.