Wildcatter Ranch Wedding
Wildcatter Ranch Wedding – Sammie and Hayden
Boho has been a popular wedding trend for the past couple of years, but I had never met a bride that truly embodied the boho spirit until I met Sammie. She is literally a walking Free People ad inside and out and such a bright light to be around. I also had the wonderful opportunity to work alongside Sammie’s mom, Bridgette, and it was truly one of the best planning experiences I’ve had with a mother of the bride thus far. I’ve always considered myself somewhere between type a and type b, as I want all of those t’s crossed and i’s dotted – but those t’s and i’s better be hand calligraphed, flowered, and look amazing! Bridgette is classic type a and we got along swimmingly as we moved through all of the details of this 500 guest Wildcatter Ranch wedding with ease.
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From their feature in The Knot Magazine:
BRIDE: Samantha Curtis, 24, works in the oil and gas industry and GROOM: Hayden Holub, 26, also works in the oil and gas industry. HOW THEY MET: In College WEDDING STYLE: Although their reception was held in a barn, Samantha and Hayden abandoned traditional rustic details for an organic, eclectic ambiance designed by their planner Birds of a Feather.
“Samantha is definitely a free spirit and wanted everything to have a laid-back, bohemian vide.” Hayden says of the earthy twists their planner Wendy Kay put on classic decor. Samantha’s look even had a vintage feel. She opted for a glamorous gown with white lace long sleeves and an illusion neckline. The bohemian style extended to the flower girls, who wore white lace dresses and fringe moccasins, as well as the photo wall, which featured geometric accents and mismatched lanterns. Samantha carried an asymmetrical bunch of blooms in vibrant jewel tones and fresh greenery accented the couple’s love seat at the head table. The couple did not shy away from cake or sweets. “We actually had five wedding cakes and a dessert bar complete with a twig teepee,” Samantha says. After the treats, guests moved inside to the barn for the party and danced all night.
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