When this Bride described her vision for her March 2017 wedding at The Billings Depot the first things she mentioned was she wanted it to radiate romance and include lots of light. She was dreaming of an amazingly rich and romantic color palette that included ivory, deep red, and a deep charcoal grey.

We brought her inspiration to life with subtle and soft ivory and champagne fabrics draped in both the ceremony and reception spaces. Crystal candelabras with rich floral toppers of red and white roses brought so much romance and class into the reception.

Bistro ceiling lighting filled the room with warmth. Their guests enjoyed their dinners and conversations at tables adorned with floral centerpieces of varying heights and sizes. During dinner and toasts the newlyweds cuddled together in front of a lush head table backdrop, surrounded by their bridal party, and then danced the night away in front of our tall custom LOVE marquee sculpture. The entire evening radiated class, romance, and love.

Venue, The Billings Depot; Event Design & Decor, Better to Gather, Florist, Mac’s Floral; Photographer, Miranda Murdock; Linens, BBJ Linen; Catering, Montana Jacks


The moment we met with Megan, the bride, her mom, and sister we knew this was going to be a blast. Megan and Eric wanted to make sure their September 2017 wedding day was fun for their closest family and friends. The date they chose was very special to them as it was also the bride’s parent’s 38th Wedding anniversary, and while her father had passed away years prior, he was very much there in spirit celebrating with them. The Billings Depot was the perfect venue for their romantic wedding day. 

When we initially met with Megan to discuss her initial ideas for her wedding decor, she just wanted to make sure the design for their day felt romantic with a touch of vintage flair.

Guests were drawn into the reception by the inviting glow of the warm bistro lighting and custom edison bulb pendant lights that lined the ceiling above the guest tables. Curtains of lights, soft fabric draping and vintage frames made a memorable and romantic focal backdrop for the evening. The newlyweds cuddled closely at the head of a large wood kings table while they soaked in all the love from their guests during dinner and toasts. The evening smoothly moved to the dancefloor where everyone danced the night away to the energetic music being played their live band, El Wencho.


Wedding Dress, Designer Hayley Paige; Bridal Shop, Belle en Blanc; Catering, Montana Jacks; Live Band, El Wencho; Venue, The Billings Depot; Event Design & Decor, Better to Gather; Florist, Amanda Hill (Family Friend); Photographer, Miranda Murdock; Jewelery, Goldsmith Gallery Jewelers; Hair, Kelly Gilbert; Mensware, Step‘n Out; Linens, Tablecloth Factory; Wood Tables, Montana Harvest Tables