WEEKLY WORD /// PRO tip 2

 IMAGES via YELLOW FEATHER PHOTO

IMAGES via YELLOW FEATHER PHOTO

Super excited about the second pro tip! We get questions all the time about how to make our clients events more fun, unique + personal and I love when clients are open to infusing their families heritage into their day. The results are so so good. We all come from different cultures and traditions so why not share that with your guests to get a peek into your upbringing [even if it's deeply rooted in Montana-- serve some elk for the day and incorporate beautiful wildflowers seen throughout the state].

With this post, we're referencing some clients from this past summer that we were so fortunate to work with. The brides side has deep Scottish roots and the groom is from Kazakhstan. Enter super fun and completely different touches from both sides. The venue had Highland cattle so there's THAT + we incorporated a menu inspired by Kazakhstan dishes while serving a unique yurt cake by Whipped Confections here in Bozeman inspired by textures and colors seen and found in Kazakhstan. The brides brothers were her flower guys + skipped down the aisle in amazing plaid and the brides cousin played the bagpipes to open and close the ceremony. I loved this day so much. So many touches you can't even image. BUT! It's not for everyone! Some don't have as much of a pull towards their family backgrounds and that's okay. Do you as I always say! 

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