Meghan & Tony
Surrounded by their three children, just outside of the the historic Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier National Park, Meghan and Tony tied the knot in a sweet, simple and meaningful ceremony. With love like this, and a setting like Many Glacier, it just doesn't get any better. Photography by Lindsey Jane Photography.
Tony shared a quote with me that so perfectly sums up our love:
"Our universe grants every soul a twin - a reflection of themselves - the kindred spirit - And no matter where they are or how far away they are from each other - Even if they are in different dimensions, they will always find one another. This is destiny; this is love.”
Our love story has been nothing short of a fairytale. One could say love at first sight doesn't exist, but I would have to disagree. I knew from the moment Tony and I met that I loved him.
For our first date we went to dinner at the Cheesecake factory. We talked for hours, and it felt as if we were old friends reconnecting. A few months later, Tony and I took a trip to Havasu Falls in Arizona. It was there in a grotto under a beautiful waterfall that Tony asked me to spend my life with him. Of course I said yes! This man is my best friend, and I can't imagine a life without him. When it came to planning our wedding, we knew that we wanted a destination wedding where we could have a small, intimate ceremony. Choosing to elope in Glacier National Park was easy. Our love for the mountains and outdoors is easily reflected here and adding Many Glacier to it made for a picturesque day. Neither of us had been to Glacier until the day of our wedding, so when it came to planning the small details of our special day we relied on our photographer and officiate for help.
Our wedding day couldn't have been more perfect. Surrounded by our three kids, Tony and I shared our vows and said "I do." The day was everything we dreamed of and more.
Floral // Conrad Floral
Photography // Lindsey Jane Photography