by Amy Serrago
Erin and Chase met at Erin’s brother’s wedding. Chase’s mom and Erin’s brother thought they would hit it off, so they paired them up to ride to the venue together that morning. They instantly bonded over their love of Texas country music and the rest is history. For their big day, they wanted a traditional ballroom wedding with a country twist. Starting with a church ceremony in the absolutely stunning Cathedral of St. Mary’s in Cheyenne, Wyoming. After their vows were exchanged, the couple and their guests headed to The Little America Hotel for an upscale reception with plenty of country charm.
Erin was gorgeous in her A-line gown with its lacy bodice detailing and sexy open back. She finished her look with a sparkling front to back necklace with pearl accents and an awesome pair of turquoise cowboy boots for that extra dose of country style. Her bridesmaids’ pale lilac gowns were perfect for late summer and all of the ladies carried bouquets of purple wildflowers, coral spray roses and greenery with a large single sunflower. Chase and his groomsmen went for a traditional look in tuxes, Chase in classic black, his guys in gray with black accents.
At the reception, country chic blended beautifully with the upscale finishings of the hotel’s main ballroom. Centerpieces that mimicked the bridal bouquets were placed in blue ball jars atop wooden pedestals and details like the menus and programs featured a cowboy boot emblem. Erin and Chase were honored by speeches and toasts as they enjoyed a delicious dinner before cutting their sunflower themed wedding cake which was served beside a selection of mini cupcakes. After dessert it was on to the floor to dance the night away to their favorite country tunes. Congratulations Erin and Chase!
Linens and Coverings:A-One Weddings & Events Rentals//DJ: MC Johnny Cruz Mobile DJ Service//Bakery: Fabric Frosting & Frills//Reception Venue: Little America Hotel & Resort//Floral Designer: The Prairie Rose//Event Planner: A-One Weddings & Events//Photographer: Ardent Photography ~ By Rick & Stephanie Osborne