Happy Real Weddings Wednesday, y’all! Today, we’re celebrating Kylie and Justin, who’s fun-filled, country-chic wedding is sure to inspire. Think cowgirl boots, rustic floral arrangements, a beer bar and of course, horses! Scroll below to get the full scoop. Happy Wednesday, and happy reading!

Bride and bridesmaids hugging each other from the back for a photo.

Tell us a little about you and your beloved.

We met our freshman year of high school (2009-2010) and became best friends. Fast forward nine years [and] we got engaged, just the two of us together in the comfort of our cute little home with our two wiener dog children. We had so much fun planning the wedding together and did almost everything ourselves! We knew exactly how we wanted things so we did a lot of projects. With a two-year engagement we had plenty of time and everything went so smoothly.

Cobble Creek Ranch wedding venue with chairs set up alongside the aisle.

Groom grabbing his bride's face and kissing her at the altar.

Bride and groom kissing as bride holds her bouquet held up.

Bride and groom smiling for photos with their whole family.

Bride and groom smiling for photos with both of their wedding parties.

What was the best part of your wedding day?

The most amazing part of our day was our personal vows we wrote for each other to read in front of all of our guests. It was so special.

Bride and groom smiling outside by trees, posing for wedding photos.

Close up of the bride and groom's ring fingers.

Bride posing in a field, holding up her dress.

Close up photo of bride and groom about to kiss.

Bride and groom showing off their cowboy boots.

Bride and groom smiling at each other in a field.

Groom kissing a horse's head.

What advice would you give to our readers who are planning their weddings right now?

Give yourself time, be patient, let your partner be involved, don’t worry about every small thing that doesn’t go right. You’ll be so caught up in how beautiful and perfect your day is you won’t even notice the tiny details. Enjoy your partner, and soak it all in. It goes by so fast.

Bar with wooden finishes.

Bride posing and holding her leg out by the bar.

Photo of the large table for the bride and groom, and their wedding party.

Bride and groom kissing from behind at their wedding table.

Anything that you would have done differently if you were given the chance?

The only thing we would have done differently is we would have had a private dance at the end of the night after everyone left, just the two of us.

Bride and groom having their first dance outside.



Photos courtesy of and copyright Cori Ann Photography used with permission.

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