Inside the Western Wedding of Yellowstone’s Ryan Bingham and Hassie Harrison at the bride’s family home in Texas

Ryan wore a Kiton tuxedo that Stanley Korshak’s Crawford Brock had tailored to fit him perfectly. Her boots were custom made by Republic Boots in Texas and her hat was from American Hat Co. Mackenzie Brittingham designed custom black dresses for the bride’s sisters.

The wedding weekend kicked off the day before the big celebration with a “Cowboy Cocktail Welcome Party” at the Crescent Club in downtown Dallas. “This place holds so many precious family memories that it was the perfect place to start our celebration,” says Hassie. “We really went all out with the theme, transforming the club into an old-school western bar with a mariachi band, Texas wildflowers and a great DJ.”

As the evening progressed, family members and friends rose to make toasts and tell stories that moved guests from laughter to tears (and back again). “We danced and drank the night away – probably a little more and later than we should have given the big day ahead – but it set the perfect tone for the rest of the weekend,” says Hassie. “It was the perfect way to start our wedding festivities, surrounded by all the people we love in a place that felt like home.”

On the wedding day, Hassie got ready with her three sisters at their family home, before the couple took photos with their bridal party. “The atmosphere was so relaxed and fun that it completely calmed my nerves,” recalls Hassie.

Before the ceremony, everyone was greeted in the lobby and garden with photos of Bingham’s Bourbon, a passion project turned alcohol brand founded by Ryan. Guests then moved to a stunning cathedral-style tented veranda, built over the existing swimming pool for the ceremony. “It was surreal to see our family home transformed into the venue for our ceremony,” recalls Hassie. “Nathan and his team went above and beyond, making sure every detail reflected Ryan’s personality, my personality and my love story.” Flowers lined the center aisle leading to the platform, where a hanging floral treatment anchored the altar.

The couple’s wedding party was made up of their closest friends and family, including Hassie’s three sisters and some of Ryan’s oldest and dearest friends, who over the years have become an extension from his family. Ryan’s three children followed the bridal party down the aisle, serving as maid of honor and ring bearer, while walking their dog down the aisle. “They played a very important role in that day,” says Hassie. “Seeing the joy on their faces really made the celebration complete in every way.”

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