Paige reached out to me thanks to a mutual friend back in January. Right away we hit it off & started planning together for their big day.
June 20th, 2020
Paige & David made their signage and their food with help from their family members. One of my FAVORITE wedding details was their arbor. They took the roof off an old church that they were going to be destroying and build a beautiful, unique arbor from it. Paige's dad hand-crafted and stained their "Mr & Mrs" sign that they placed at the front of their head table.
Their food was unmatched; they roasted a pig IN THE GROUND. It was seriously the best pork that I have ever had in my entire life! They had to cup up 2-3 cords of wood in order to cook the pig, and the actual cooking process took over 24 hours. Paige said this about the process: Pig n Pit- It’s a lot of work and you better have lots of people who like to stand around a fire and drink all day! It takes like 17hours of wood burning or till wood is all burn and ready to dig out! You stuff the pig with potatoes, onions, carrots, cabbage, and seasonings. Wrap in a wet white sheet followed by burlap and then wire. You dig the coals out using long shovels and then throw the pig in the middle of a pit with coals. Bury with coals and then suffocate with dirt and leave it till the next day when your ready to eat it! It cooks for 18 hours or so!
Paige got her beautiful gown at David's Bridal and her bridesmaids did the same. David and his groomsmen all rented their tuxes, vests, and ties locally from Larson's in Bonners Ferry.
Their vendors were all so incredible. They used Sugar Plum Floral for their floral needs. Sandy Gardner made their cake. DJ Larch was their MC and DJ for the day. Their venue was the Great Northwest Territories owned by none other than Paige's wonderful grandmother.