French Bohemian in the Bitterroot Valley || Champagne + Linen || Western Montana Wedding Planners and Designers
The women of C+L love soft scarves, crunchy leaves, and pumpkin spice lattes (#basicbitch alert). Fall has a special place in our hearts. We embrace the crisp cold air that October + November bring, and we are delighted to break out our leggings and baggy sweaters. We have been dreaming up ideas for our fall shoot since the start of the year. We wanted romantic. We wanted non-traditional. We wanted moody & bold.
Our dear photographer friend, Tiffany Williams, sent us an exciting email a few months ago sharing a new wedding venue in Stevensville, Montana. We got a sneak peak of the breathtaking Moonshadow Estates and immediately fell head over heals in love. We knew this would be the location for our shoot. The never ending views, the blown out rock walls, and the industrial barn door got our creative wheels spinning. We are honored to be able to be the first to coordinate a styled shoot at Moonshadow Estates and we are excited to work with the owner, Tim, more in the future.
Moonshadow Estates reminded Alicia of the champagne caves in France. After realizing this, the shoot had to have wine crates, bottles, and cheese! We also wanted to showcase some new items we have added to our collection - a beautiful arch and wooden sweetheart table. We warmed up the space with lots of rugs and handmade macrame.
We are so thankful each of our amazing vendors for making this happen. Stay tuned for Arrowroot Production's video!
Design & Coordinating: Champagne + Linen
Photographer: Tiffany Photography
Videographer: Arrowroot Productions
Flowers: Mighty Fine Farm
Cake: Cakes in the Zoo ⠀
Rentals: Vintage 44 Rentals
Venue: Moonshadow Estates⠀
Dress: Velvet Bride ⠀
Groom's attire: Betty's Divine ⠀
Hair & Makeup: Meraki Rose ⠀
Rugs: Sway & Co.
Wine Crates: Missoula Wine Merchants
Wine bottles: The Stone of Accord
Rings: Studio Pandora
Paper goods: Champagne + Linen
If you're looking for our big announcement...keep scrolling friend.
Okay now I guess we can tell you....
This shoot is going to be in Montana Bride Magazine's 2018 issue. That's right folks, it's going to be in PRINT!