Yellowstone Co-Stars Hassie Harrison and Ryan Bingham Tie the Knot and The Bride Wore 2 Galia Lahav Gowns

Yellowstone Co-Stars Hassie Harrison and Ryan Bingham Tie the Knot and The Bride Wore 2 Galia Lahav Gowns

We are so excited to share the first wedding images of the absolutely gorgeous Hassie Harrison and her co-star Ryan Bingham who tied the knot at their Texas Family Farm in Dallas.

They both met on the set of the hit-show Yellowstone where they portray troubadour-turned-ranch hand Walker and spirited barrel racer Laramie. Both on screen and in real life, these two just simply make us swoon! Just look at their chemistry.

According to the Galia Lahav team, when Hassie tried on the MAYA gown, she immediately loved the heavy lace detailing and intricate beading. “It was the one the second I tried it on,” Hassie remembers. “My sister Caroline insisted over and over again that I had to walk down the aisle in it.” And she’s not the only one. The MAYA gown is a popular one, remember Simone Biles’s wedding? She wore the MAYA gown. And there have been other celeb brides and I’m sure there will be many more, because, let’s face it, this gown is a stunner.

For her second look, Hassie opted for GL’s MARIBEL gown from the Amor Collection. This one is a French lace mini with a detachable tulle skirt that reveals playful beaded fringe. It also has touches of corded appliqués and opulent crystal embellishments. It’s a gown fit for a royal (or a celeb).

Now that we covered the wedding day dresses, let’s talk the details. This was a black-tie cowboy affair with extravagant details. Everything from the invitation suite to the ceremony decor exuded the Western vibes the drama series Yellowstone gives off. The couple went with a blush color palette that blended perfectly with the elegant country vibes and worn-leather components they incorporated.

Look at that hand-painted detailing on the four-tier wedding cake.

Um, this two floral arch leading to the ceremony walkway is no joke. And better yet, the ceremony was designed with the Gruene Hall in mind.

Photos: The Brothers Martens, courtesy of Galia Lahav

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