Get Married Doing What Defines You as a Couple

Do you travel, ski, float, climb, ride, hike, run, snowmobile, boat, or skydive together as a couple? I will do any of these activities and more to marry you in the adventure setting that defines you as a couple.  If you want to be married as you jump out of a plane or at the

base of a secluded waterfall,

I'm your officiant.

north edge of Yellowstone National Park.  Serene, breathtaking and perfect for this equinine couple.  Just as the ceremony started the weather cleared to reveal mountains, valleys and a rushing river at the bottom of a 50 foot drop into a gorge. 

Cache Creek

Jardine, MT

Lone Peak 11,162ft

Morrell Falls

Lauren and Roy trailered their favorite horses from MI to MT for their special day.  On what started as a cold, raining day we rode through the beautiful backcountry of Jardine, MT until we reached a meadow at the 

When asked by a couple if I could marry them at the top of Lone Peak in Big Sky, Montana,  I responded, "Absolutley!"  In March of 2011 Michelle and John skiied to the peak and I was shuttled via snow-mobile and the Big Sky tram. Nuptuals

were exchanged at the very tippy top of Big Sky with a view that seemed to reach for miles!

Bride photograph by Larry  Stanley

Dressed to hike the 2+ miles to the falls, we had our formal- wear hooked on the back of our backpacks. Makeshift changing rooms were made with sheets and clothespins to trees and smart phones were use as mirrors. Dresses were hung on tree branches. The ceremony took place a the base of the cascading falls! 

Photographed by Kristine Paulsen of Missoula, MT.

Megan and Zach wanted their ceremony at the site of their engagement two years earlier, Morrel Falls, near Seeley Lake MT. We drove 7 miles on backroads then parked at the trailhead. 

An hour long ride in a covered authentic sleigh drawn by immense draft horses transported us through the pristine wilderness.  After our climb we reached the rustic ceremony site in the secluded backcountry of Big Sky.  The views opened up and the snow began

to fall so thick I had to continuously brush the pages of my notes to read the ceremony!  Stacy, the bride was surely happy to have boots on as she walked down the aisle covered with more than a foot of snow.  A quintessential Montana winter wedding!

photo by Gail Molyneaux

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