Photos by Larry Stanley Photography By Justin Post Yellowstone Newspapers When it comes to wedding photographs, Katelyn and Tyler Matsuda took their special day to new heights. The Livingston couple, both 27, boarded a helicopter on their wedding day — Nov. 10, 2018 — and…
Your Wedding Day
Let go of as many of the last details as possible during your rehearsal dinner the night before. Give checks for the band and the officiant to the responsible family or wedding party member. Delegate. Before the day before is done, spend a few minutes together alone to enjoy the view from wherever you are. It’s bound to be a grand location anywhere you choose to be in Park or Sweet Grass Counties.
The morning of your wedding is time to give up the day you planned and savor every moment of the day that actually happens. It’s been said it really isn’t your day until after the food is served, the cake is cut and the toasts begin. You planned a day to tell the beginning of the story of you, together. It’s a day for everyone you chose to include in the story, and then it’s your day. Enjoy it!