I’ve been excited for this wedding for a long time.
Hillary and Sam are unapologetically themselves and I love it. One of the things I tell all my engaged couples when we are taking about the planning process is to forget about what is “typical”, “traditional” or “expected” during the wedding day & encourage them to incorporate details that are true to who they are as a couple. If your wedding activities and details show your personality, interests and story you will have a truly unique and powerfully personal wedding!
It is so important to be yourself.
That is why I get excited when I hear the bride is going to put her welding leathers on over the wedding dress during the ceremony so the newlyweds can make a literal weld to symbolize the union and commitment they are making to each other.
So… if you love and thrive off competition, then yes I absolutely think you should play a game of competitive Pictionary to see who gets to eat first!
Or… if the rings are designed with a duo-tone sapphire and Damascus Steel, it might not be “traditional”. But it is perfectly you and will have SO much more emotional value!
Every time I get down to Wyoming I see this kind of personal expression and would love to travel there for more weddings. If you know someone who is planning a wedding in Buffalo, Sheridan, or Cody please send them in my direction!
Hillary & Sam, best wishes, keep it up, & remember the wise words of Charles Wright; “Express Yourself”!
Thank you so much for involving me in your wedding day!
Thank you to the hard working Wyoming wedding vendors!!
Looking for photography in Wyoming?
Hi! I’m Zak Jokela, the photographer for Rocky Mountain Wedding Photography! I’m based in Billings, MT but love photographing weddings all over the place. If you are in search of a photojournalist to help save your wedding memories be sure to reach out!