Carey had just finished reading Ree Drummond’s love story “Black heels to Tractor Wheels” when she made the move from the big city to small town Montana to be closer to family.  Just as she started to settle in her new home town, the man (and cowboy) of her dreams appeared at her parents’ home in Waterloo, Montana; a farming and ranching community, about an hour drive away. Travis was a neighbor and friend of her father’s.  Travis asked Carey out and there was an instant connection, something they both had been looking for their entire lives.  Her life began to parallel Ree’s love story after meeting her knight in shining amour (atop his horse named Blue), and soon after they were engaged to be married.   Soon she would be moving to the farm, and had a whole new and unfamiliar life ahead of her.






 They planned their wedding to capture the natural beauty of Montana.  They were married in Carey’s parent’s backyard against the stunning backdrop of the Tobacco Root Mountains.  The October weather was beautiful.  Waterloo’s Hall was transformed into a sparking reception venue with country flair; burlap and lanterns on the tables; favors were jars of peach jam made by the family wrapped in purple satin; the beer tent served Big Sky Brewing beer in mason jars.  That night the couple danced into forever to the music of the John and Russ Band.




















Location: Waterloo Montana

Caterer:  Red Apron Catering
Florist:  Cottage Floral
Hair:  Bliss Hair Studio
Dress:  EskayBridal
Invitations:  Minted

Band:   John and Russ Band
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