Monday, September 24, 2012

A Bigfork, Montana Wedding: Part 3...The Wedding

Warning: This post is full of pictures...but the wedding was too beautiful to not post a ton.

After cocktails, the wedding guests made their way down to the spot on the water where the ceremony was taking place. 
Awe-inspiring View
Had to get another photo op!
Luke, Josh and Steve...Steve found out at the rehearsal dinner that he was also an usher. He did a great job showing us to our seats with his British charm!
Preston, Ryan (the Groom), and Brian (the Best Man)...The Bride and Groom's friend, Preston, facilitated the ceremony. 
Here Comes The Bride...
The emotional ceremony...so beautiful and moving. You could feel their love for one another all around!
The Vows
The Kiss
"I know pronounce you Mr. & Mrs. Prosser"....WOO HOO!!!
Skipping off to the reception

After the ceremony, the real fun began. We drank, danced, and toasted the night away with fabulous friends.
Drinks in the barn!
Sunset
First Dance
Dad and Daughter/Mom and Son Dance

Later in the evening, my pageant dad (aka my boyfriend Josh) told the groom that I wanted to sing for him. That turned from a private concert into me singing a mariachi song for the entire wedding. I liked to think of it as Texas representing in the Montana Mountains.
The lead singer of the band with me before I sang. She is from LA and has an incredible voice.
"Aaaaaayyyyy que Laureles tan verdes...."

I have missed singing Mariachi music (I sang a lot when I was younger) so it was a lot of fun to take a whack at it again.  The rest of the night was spent dancing and drinking some more.
Seabrook Crew
Josh and the Groom
Me and the Gorgeous Bride
Steve,  Travis and Luke
Travis looked good with my parasol!

At the end of the evening a bus drove us back to our resort. It was a beautiful wedding full of love and warmth, and I know Risa and Ryan will have a life full of happiness, adventure, and love for one another.

Congratulations Ryan and Risa!!!!!

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