A Camp-Inspired, Country Wedding at a Private Residence in Condon, Montana

Inspired by the remote location, the iconic mountains and their own adventures in the wilderness, bride Jess Holmes Dugan and groom Jess Noe set a Montana adventure theme for their rustic outdoor wedding at the bride’s family's vacation home in Condon, Montana. With a backdrop of mountains and a lake nearby, the beautiful countryside itself contributed to the overall look and feel of the wedding's design. “We tried to reflect the adventure theme throughout all the creative elements starting with our invitation suite to the decor at the ceremony and reception to serving dinner and desserts out of individual tepees,” the bride says. The couple based their design motif and palette on  Pendleton Woolen Mills's Glacier National Park blanket, since the wedding location is near the actual park and they loved the authentic aesthetic. From tepees and bales of hay to a fishing station and trail mix bar, the couple's big day was a taste of the great outdoors. “Every element, from the biggest to the smallest detail, reflected us as a couple. From the design, decor and creative elements to the menu, drink choices and location, everything was us in the most authentic way possible,” the bride reveals. “We had such a great time planning the wedding and wish we could relive the day over and over again. “I know everyone says this, but it was seriously the most perfect day of our lives,” she says. —Ginger Harris