Big Sky Barn Wedding

Allison + Will | January 13, 2024

Take a peek into this classic and romantic Big Sky Barn wedding. Red, burgundy, pink, and gold colors floated around, bringing in warm pops of color during this winter wedding. Also, don’t be totally fooled, but there are a few photos mixed in from Allison’s bridal session in fall, when everything was still very green. Some of the photos of both Allison and Will are from that fall date, where we also snuck a few in front of the Iron Manor wedding venue.

Big Sky Barn Wedding Venue and roses.
Wedding flatlay invitation and rings for wedding at Big Sky Barn, Montgomery.

Venue & Catering: Big Sky Barn
Coordination: My Event Angels
Florist: Blooms by HEB (Magnolia)
Entertainment: Cohost Entertainment
Hair and Makeup: Pink Palette Artists
Videography: Cinematic Saviors
Cakes: Grammy Cakes
Dresses: Brickhouse Bridal + Fiancee Bridal Boutique

Bride and Groom share a kiss infront of the fountain at Iron Manor.
Bride getting makeup on, perfume, and dress in the bridal suite.
Bride's two dresses hanging and floral bouquet.
Bridal details flatlay featuring diptych perfume paris, jewelry, shoes, florals.
Bride getting makeup done.
Bride and Bridesmaids drinking champagne in pjs in the bridal suite at Big Sky Barn.
Groom's boutonniere and groom looking out window.
Groom photos in black and white reading letter from bride on his wedding day.
Mom buttons dress and flatlay pf florals and necklace.
Mom fluffs bridal veil and classic mother daughter portrait.
Bridal Portrait at Big sky barn in the bridal suite.
Bride puts on her diamond stud earrings on her wedding day.
Bride's reveal with her dad on her wedding day, and embroidered handkerchief gifts for parents.
Bride and Groom ready for their wedding day.
Wedding Invitation flatlay with florals, stamps, wax seal and wedding rings.
Bridal Portrait surrounded by red and pink roses in the garden at iron manor.

Should you schedule Bridals at Big Sky Barn?

Bridal session at Big Sky Barn when the roses are blooming is the best, so pretty! I get asked by lots of brides if we should have a bridal session or not. The answer really depends on a few things – are you planning for enough time on your wedding day? Truthfully, If you’ve booked me for 10-12 hours, you probably don’t need to have an additional day for wedding portraits. If your wedding day is feeling complicated, or if you just want the confidence of knowing how your dress, hair, and makeup will look on your wedding day, we can take bridal portraits about a month ahead of your wedding date. Usually brides will schedule their hair and makeup trial for the same day, and have their florist make a bouquet that should resemble their wedding day bouquet. I do not recommend a fake flower bouquet for this.

First Look bride and groom.
Bride's bouquet of red, pink, and white florals by HEB Blooms magnolia.
Bride and Groom pose on the covered wood bridge at Big Sky barn with beautiful red roses.
Bride and Groom wedding portraits on the covered bridge at Big Sky Barn.

The covered wood bridge at Big Sky Barn is the perfect spot for portraits because it filters the light just right, and frames images just perfectly!

Big Sky Barn Weddings.
Groom, mom, flower girls and ring barers walk down the aisle.
Detail of the rings on the wedding invitation.
Mother and Father walk Bride down the aisle at Big Sky Barn.
Groom shakes Father of the Bride's hand at start of Wedding ceremony.
Ceremony at the Altar inside Big Sky Barn wedding venue.

Big windows make for great indoor light, and the ceremony chapel at Big Sky Barn has just that!

Ceremony with beautiful flower arch in the wedding Chapel at Big Sky Barn.
Bride and Groom share a kiss at the alter in front of window and surrounded by roses at Big Sky Barn.
Ceremony exit, bride and groom dip kiss in aisle before departing.
Bride and Groom show off ring hands.
Bridesmaids and Groomsmen, Bride and Groom at the end of the ceremony at Big Sky Barn.
Soft Portrait of Bride and Groom under veil by Relics of Rainbows Photo.
Bride and Groom under the veil.
Various couples during cocktail hour in the outdoor courtyard at Big Sky Barn wedding venue.
Family formal Portrait photos outside at Big Sky Barn in January.
Bride and Groom walk on the bridge at Big Sky Barn and kiss under a wedding veil.
Bride and Groom share a kiss by the fountain at Sunset at Iron Manor.
Bride and Groom Dance outside of Iron Manor Wedding Venue.
Wedding Portrait of Bride and Groom by a beautiful fountain in the middle of a rose garden at iron manor.
Family Portrait.
Outdoor Family wedding Portraits in Montgomery.
Large Group Family Wedding Portrait outside of the Big Sky Barn.
Wedding Reception forals, greenery, and Cake by HEB Blooms Magnolia.
Bride and Groom first dance at Big Sky Barn, Montgomery.
Wedding reception decor of flowers and floating candles.
Bride and Groom during traditional prayer at wedding reception.
Father of the bride gives a reception toast while bride and groom look on.
Chinese Lion Dance during wedding reception in Houston.
Chinese Lion Dance costumes.
Dancing and happiness during wedding reception.
Bride happily dances with grandma during wedding reception.
Bride tosses her bouquet to all the single ladies with excitement during wedding reception.
lights and color swirl around dancing bride and groom with hats during wedding reception at Big Sky Barn.

I’ve never loved a reception dancing images more than the one above. The End.

Sparkler Send Off for a bride and groom outside of Big Sky Barn.

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