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Frenchie Flower Girl and a Pizza Truck

When this photo of a canine flower girl standing alongside her cowboy-boot-wearing bride showed up in our Instagram feed, we knew we had to see the rest of the wedding.

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Luckily, bride Wendy Soo Hoo was more than happy to share all of the details of her Montana Mountain wedding with us, and now you!

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Wendy and her groom, Mark, were married in Paradise Valley, Montana.

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Just slightly north of Yellowstone National Park, with its stunning mountain views and wide-open spaces, Paradise Valley proves that you don't need a formal wedding venue when you have the great outdoors:

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The whole affair was casual and carefree. Wendy and Mark made sure that every guest was a part of the ceremony by leading them in a group procession to the wedding site. (The processional song: "Hard to Concentrate" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers.)

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The wedding was officiated by one of the couple's best friends:

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Under an amazing barebones teepee:

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It lasted eight minutes and ended just as a bald eagle serendipitously flew overhead. (Too bad there isn't a picture of THAT.)

Then it was time to walk back to the reception tent, with the flower girl leading the way.

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Shall we take another look at that gorgeous pooch and her stunning floral collar?

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The reception was held at The McCulley Cabin, a private residence that can be rented out for mountain vacation weekends.

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The wedding was relatively inexpensive for an event of its size. (The whole thing cost about $13,000 for 80 guests.) Friends and family pitched in and helped with all the hard work, from set up to break down.

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When it was time to eat, a pizza truck rolled in and supplied everyone with wood fired, cheesy decliousness.

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All libations were kept in icy buckets, for guests to help themselves.

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All that pizza and beer is enough to make anyone smile!

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This sweet thank you note decorated the tables. (What an ingenious way to get out of sending "thank you's" months after the wedding!)

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At the end of the day, Mark and Wendy finally had a little time to relax and enjoy the spectacular views around them.

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There was even a surprise lightning storm! How fitting that their perfect day ended with nature's fireworks.

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Photography: Crispy Pics Photo
Stylist: Style Major Domo
Reception Venue: McCully Cabin
Pizza Truck: LaFoley Oven

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