To take full advantage of the large venue the couple encouraged guests to move around the property by focus items of interest all around the main house. The ceremony took place behind the ranch house under a large tree overlooking the surrounding fields and mountains. Cocktails were served near the barn tables to the left of the house. Dinner was served under a tent in the large grass space at the front of the property. Dancing took place right off the main porch and croquet and cornhole games were set up to the right of the house. This strategy allowed guests to really enjoy the property and have lots of fun.
|Purple and sage lines adorned the tables. The groom's father hand crafted wooden decor in the shape of Nevada. Purple and green paper lanterns were strewn throughout the trees around the property.|
|Each table had an eclectic mix of crystal candle stands, colored bottles, and wooden pieces to create a unique feel.|
|The bride hand made all of the bouquets and boutonnieres from decorative paper and ribbon.|
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Special thanks to Kaylynne Kroshus Photography for the beautiful photos and most of all Mato & Amy for letting us be part of your special day!
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