Bozeman has some amazing wedding venues, but if you’re having something super small and want incredible views, check out this Hyalite Reservoir Wedding!

This Hyalite Reservoir wedding was in September, the air was warm and the skies were so blue. They had a VRBO in Bozeman where the guys got ready downstairs and the Bride upstairs. When Michelle pulled out her dress I internally screamed, Rue de Seine is one of my favorite designers. 

We made the trek to Hyalite while they set up the ceremony site right on the water. The forest service workers graciously let them reserve the site for this event! Michelle walked down the aisle in her stunning Rue de Seine gown, Adam waiting for her at the end. They only had their closest people with them (and the few people in boats) so it was amazing to one of few witnessing these moments. 

After the ceremony we took photos along the water before going for a little hike to Palisade falls. It was fairly quiet there as the water ran down the rocks. The sun streaming gold through the trees as we walked down and headed back towards Bozeman. Dinner was at Love Lane Barn, everyone was already there having a drink before the newlyweds arrived. 

One of the most memorable minutes of this incredible day was the speeches. So much emotion and love pouring out for these two, it was so beautiful. 

Want to get married at Hyalite?

If you’re considering an outdoor, mountainy, untraditional place for your bozeman wedding, I’d look into Hyalite! If you want to chat about it, contact me here!

Hyalite reservoir wedding ideas: rent out Maxey Cabin and do your wedding there, book the pavilion right on the water, find a more secluded spot. Have your small ceremony up her and meet up with more friends and family down in Bozeman for dinner. 

Hyalite reservoir elopement ideas: hike a trail to say your vows somewhere private and stunning, stop at palisade or grotto falls for photos, find a meadow and have a picnic and watch the sun set over the mountains. 

Love Lane Barn | Rooted in Montana | Honeyseed Film | Rue de Seine

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