Rustic Wyoming Wedding. Accomplished sprinter and Olympic Gold Medalist, Usain Bolt was once quoted saying, When people see your personality come out, they feel so good, like they actually know who you are. For Wyoming couple Jon and Cara, infusing their personalities into their big day was a no-brainer to insure everyone had a great time.
Two hundred fifty of their closest friends and family got to see interesting notes of the couple's personalities with eclectic decor, two important four-legged guests and simple homages to nature.
Cara wore a stunning fit-and-flare gown with a sweetheart neckline. The gown had lace detail and was a perfect fit for the simple, park-front ceremony. Behind her trailed a long, cathedral-length veil with lace trim. After hopping out of an old white Ford with her dad, she walked down the aisle to her groom, Jon.
Her bridesmaids looked on wearing navy blue dresses, all in different flattering styles and carried bouquets of pastel-colored flowers, similar to the bride's.
Jon wore a classic black tuxedo with white vest and ivory-colored tie. His groomsmen chose to wear black vests with black ties and lavender-colored rose boutonnieres.
Underneath large oak trees, the couple said I do, in front of their loved ones, including their two dogs, below the lovely afternoon sun.
The reception emulated the same natural, rustic theme from the ceremony space. The groomsmen pulled in a large, fallen tree and placed it in front of the head table, the couple's initials were inscribed on the wooden cake platter and there were even little toy trucks and tractors on the reception tables. All of the small decorative elements were great touches of the couple's infectious personalities.
Sometimes it's the details that make the biggest impact on the wedding day. With small, special mementos, the couple shared a romantic beautiful day that had everyone saying â€œThat looked like Jon and Cara. Congratulations to this wonderful Wyoming couple! Rustic Wyoming Wedding