I am in love with this gorgeous Casper wedding, full of color & bling and captured by Riverton’s Virginia Ruth Photography! Jessica & Matt had a lot of elegant + colorful touches … totally digging the coral + navy combo, the Blessing Tree and the paper lanterns! Their ceremony was held at Casper Plant Company, with their reception at The Gaslight Social, flowers by Keefe’s Flowers and their DJ was Dynamic Sound & Light of Casper. Thanks Virginia Ruth Photography for sharing!
Thanks to Ken of Beartooth Photography in Casper for sharing this super fabulous engagement shoot… Mike & Abby, Casper residents who have migrated east for school, brought Ken to Chicago to capture their engagement in the context of their new, Windy City life! (And we in Wyoming know that they have to feel at home there!)
Thanks to E&R Photography of Casper for sharing this beautiful wedding! I am in love with the details in Bailey & Brandon’s gorgeous wedding, held in Beartrap Meadow on Casper Mountain and Paradise Valley Country Club on June 21, 2014. Thanks again to E&R Photography…
Imagine being sent somewhere incredible to cover a wedding… For Ken & Sandra Stoecklin of Casper’s Beartooth Photography, that dream came true when they were sent to Portugal in the summer of 2014 to cover John & Tammi’s wedding. I had to include some of the scenic shots Ken took, and of the towns they visited… Absolutely awesome! What an amazing trip – and what an amazing place to be married! Congrats to John & Tammi! Thanks for letting us share, Beartooth Photography!
Thanks to Shelby Tweedy Photography of Casper for sharing Ben & Nikki’s wintry wedding day! (I’m in love with this color scheme of pink + blue in contrast with the white snow!) They were married December 21st, 2013 at Adams Park in Casper. “It was a chilly 20 degrees out, but Nikki, a Scotland native, was right at home amid the snow and cold. She came over to the States for school, but fell in love with an all American cowboy!” Shelby says.
Thanks Shelby Tweedy Photography of Casper for sharing Ben & Nikki’s wintry wedding day with us! What a neat idea, getting married in a white wintry wonderland!
Thanks to Alison of Travel Bug Fotos for sharing this beautiful Casper wedding with us! Alison shares a little detail about their day with us…
Amanda Mason and Lane Fischer of Casper, Wyoming held this beautiful wedding on a true working ranch. Amanda’s family works on the ranch where the wedding was held, with the added coolness factor that the decorations came directly from the ranch! The flowers used were wildflowers picked from the land. The table settings were elk antlers, that I assume were collected over the years. The backdrop to the head table were two big barn doors with the letter F in the center of it. The chairs during the ceremony were hay bails that came from the land as well. It was beautiful — and meaningful.
The ceremony was held out in the pasture under a big beautiful tree. She hung an old chandelier from the tree and under that was where they stood. Before the ceremony, we took group photos at a beautiful old barn on another side of the ranch. The barn had so much character but it only got better with this tiny old farmhouse that sat next to the barn. The porch was decaying and the paint was chipping. There was even a dead snake in the farmhouse. (It made for some pretty memorable photos!)
The reception was held in a large arena on the property where the bride would work on her various rodeo skills. The ropes that the bridesmaids carried, instead of bouquets, were used by the bride in competition over the years.
Overall, this day was perfectly Wyoming. And I am so thankful to have been asked to be a part of their beautiful day.
Thanks Alison of Travel Bug Fotos for sharing this beautiful day! I’m in love with these truly unique Wyoming details!
If you want to see your wedding spotlight (or engagement!) on our blog, it’s easy! Shoot us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org — we’ll need the blessing of your photographer (who will receive kudos for their work!) and a little bit of info on you.
Thanks to E&R Photography and Photobooth in Casper for sharing this beautiful engagement shoot with us! Talk about Wyoming western wonderland…I LOVE these creative and beautiful images! Jamie contacted us and shared their story with us…I love a story that includes the phrase “it must’ve been fate…”
Brian and I met on December 3, 2011 at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, NV. My sister and I were there enjoying their annual trip to the NFR, and Brian was hauling horses across the country and just happened to stop in for the night. It must’ve been fate, because we spent nearly every weekend after we met together, even though we were living hours apart. In August, Brian proposed in Evanston at the old train depot. We are planning an outdoor ceremony for September 7, 2013 at my parents’ ranch near Lusk, WY. (Be sure to check out the awesome ‘save the date’ picture idea!)
Thanks again to Jamie, Brian and E&R Photography and Photobooth in Casper for sharing this beautiful engagement with us — and congratulations to Jamie & Brian! If you’d like to share your beautiful Wyoming wedding or engagement story with us, shoot us a line at email@example.com!
Want to see your wedding or engagement spotlight on our blog? We’d love to feature you! Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org — we’ll need the blessing of your photographer, and a little info about the two of you and your special day. Super easy!
Thanks to Ken of Beartooth Photography in Casper for sending in this really neat photo shoot! This is a unique way to trash the dress — “trash the dress” is a relatively new idea. The bride finds a fun way to ruin her wedding dress after the wedding, and it makes for an awesome photo shoot. Some brides won’t dream of this, but other brides don’t have a plan for their dress for the future, so why not?! Check out what this bride chose to do to trash her dress…
Thanks to Beartooth Photography in Casper for providing us with this beautiful wedding spotlight! Amber & Will were married in Paradise Valley in Amber’s grandmother’s backyard on May 27, 2012…what a fun idea! I remember hearing stories from my grandmother’s family, and many girls from that era either held their receptions or entire weddings in a family member’s backyard. I think that is a very special idea. What a way to incorporate your family into your day!
We’ll be spotlighting more weddings & engagements as we journey into our busiest season of the year…WEDDING SEASON! Whoot! If you have a spotlight for us, please shoot us a line at email@example.com!