A Rustic Formal Wedding in Montana
Eva and Daniel
Eva Jackson never expected to meet her future husband on the job. As a guide for an adventure travel company in Alaska, she was used to working alone. Then one day in 1999, Daniel Wendell, the new fishing guide, floated down Kenai River and into her life. Their picturesque work setting provided the ideal backdrop for a budding romance. As their relationship grew, they moved to Big Sky in 2000 to start a new life together. The following Christmas, Daniel proposed.
As a bouquet, each bridesmaid carries three silk calla lilies.
Daniel and his groomsmen see who can cast his fly line the farthest.
Colorful kraft-paper programs are overlayed with a vellum sheet and bound by raffia.
Eva painted a trout on each place card, while Daniel tied the flies.
Eva and Daniel get a lift from a horse-drawn carriage after their ceremony.
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