We woke on the morning of this beautiful DIY Polson Montana Wedding to find the gorgeous Flathead Lake frozen outside our window.
The sun was shining, and even though temps were cold, we knew it was going to be an amazing day for a Montana wedding. We arrived at the salon for getting ready and there was laughter, smiles and fantastic food all around. The surprise first look went off without a hitch, and our awesome bridal party for this frozen Montana wedding were willing to do anything and everything we asked or suggested – no matter how dorky they thought we were.
The ceremony at the Kingdom Hall in Polson was filled with laughter and some tears (mostly from laughing so hard) and then we rushed off for portraits at the frozen Flathead Lake (because what could scream a winter Montana wedding more!) on our way to the reception in Ronan.
Their family and friends filled the Ronan Community Center to the brim – and the dance floor too. There was a party to be had, and lots of memories in the making everywhere. We know you want some of the romantic details for this Montana wedding though, so I’ll let Maddy tell them herself:
Caleb surprised me by taking me on a day date, we went to a nice breakfast in Bigfork and drove around Glacier National Park. He told me earlier that day that he wanted to go ring shopping together. At the end of the day we took a walk down the dock at lake Mcdonald and told me there was no need to go ring shopping. He got down on one knee and asked me to marry him.
We’ve been friends since we were younger. Met through mutual friends, actually.
Seeing Caleb for the first time! And it will be a surprise, I don’t want him to know when I’m coming.
Riding dirtbikes, hanging at the lake or the river.