Molly & Gerrit had two completely different looks for their wedding all in one day by having their ceremony & reception in two different places! They had spectacular mountain backdrops in the morning at their East Rosebud Wedding, followed by a flower-filled reception at DanWalt Gardens later that evening. It truly was a photographer’s dream to shoot!! Talk about gorgeous views & an amazing couple!! I’m pretty sure my jaw hit the ground when I saw where they were getting married! WOW!
East Rosebud Wedding Ceremony
There is just something so special about small-intimate wedding ceremonies! I love them!
Fun fact: I photographed Molly’s older sister’s wedding 3 years ago so it was fun seeing their family again!
Molly & Gerrit met in high school and have been dating for over 6 years now. So when Gerrit finally popped the question on the Beartooth Pass, Molly eagerly answered “YES!!!” They are the sweetest couple and fit perfectly together.
Reception at DanWalt Gardens
Molly’s yogo sapphire wedding ring is made with palladium from the Stillwater Mine! How gorgeous is this?!!
When you’ve got the best group of people with you, it’s kind of impossible not to have a great day! This wedding party was a BLAST to hang out with! I love people who aren’t afraid of photos and do anything I tell them to, no matter how silly it may seem!
I love that Gerrit brought the Chevy Nova that he and his late father built together to his & Molly’s wedding. You can tell that this car means so much to him and it’s pretty incredible to see in person! Plus, it made for some super romantic photos!!
Finally, a special shoutout to all the amazing vendors who made Molly & Gerrit’s day perfect!
Ceremony Venue: East Rosebud
Reception Venue: DanWalt Gardens
Florist: Gainan’s Midtown Flowers
Cake: The Dancing Oven
Bride’s Dress: Belle en Blanc
Seamstress: Geri Brown with Elite Couture Sewing
Suits: Men’s Wearhouse
Hair & Make-up: Cassidy Cramer
Caterer: Abby’s Catering
Bar: Magic City Casino
DJ: Matt Knoche with Toonz DJ
Lead Photographer: Sara Nagel Photography
2nd Shooter: Danielle Rider Photography