Barn Wedding in Twin Bridges, Montana
Getting to travel for a destination wedding is always a dream for The Wandering Bride! When Brianna & Caleb reached out to me about coordinating their barn wedding in Twin Bridges, Montana, I jumped at the opportunity. The venue was a country girl’s dream in the middle of the rolling mountains & big sky of Montana, and what a country girl Brianna truly was! The couple lived a short distance from Twin Bridges in Montana and loved everything Montana – ranches, horses, hunting, & the great outdoors. The location at The Round Barn Twin Bridges was simply perfect for them! It offered an outdoor ceremony spot with a mountain backdrop and the most stunning round barn I have ever seen for their reception! With rental items included with the venue and everything else being ample to be brought in, it was complete picture for the DIY style wedding Brianna & Caleb were looking for. They wanted antlers all over: on all tables, hanging above their Sweet heart table, and on top of their wedding cake. Their cake consisted of a personal cake on top of a flawless wood round cupcake tier filled to the edges with different types of cupcakes, including a smoky chocolate with a caramelized bacon top. Vases of lavender and baby’s breath also adorned the tables with twinkle lights covered with white linen with white chairs that played amazingly off the all wood inside of the barn. The circle shape of the barn lead to the best flow with tables on the outside of the barn and plenty of room for dancing in the center. The front of the barn was set up with an authentic old stage coach, which was the perfect spot for welcome signage and gifts to be placed. The party barn was set!
The ceremony in front of the rolling mountains of south Montana and the biggest sky I have witnessed was something I will never forget! The white floral arrangements on the farmhouse style arch popped against the blue sky and grass floor along with the gorgeous red of the outside of the barn. The crowd was covered with cowboy hats and cowboy boots, including on the bridal party, and dancing those boots would do! It was all a scene perfect for any western wedding in a dream setting in Montana.