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Yellowstone Styled Shoot

Posted January 11, 2022 | Traphill, NC

“I believe in lovin’ with your whole soul and destroying anything that wants to kill what you love. That’s it. That’s all there is.” – Beth Dutton

We’re huge Beth and Rip fans over here so when the opportunity arose to be part of a Yellowstone styled shoot, it was an immediate yes! The list of vendors for this shoot was straight up #goals and we are proud to be in the lineup (everyone is linked below, make sure to check them out!).

We planned for weeks trying to make sure we had every single little thing covered and the final result ended up with no detail spared. Our model was basically a doppelganger for Beth so everything anchored around her! The dresses (did you notice the outfit change?!) were exactly what we figure Beth will wear when her and Rip get married the second time, sans the kidnapped priest. The cake and whiskey bar was out of this world. Proper Pour brought “the good stuff”, and if you’re a whiskey drinker you’ll recognize how expensive some of those bottles are! Our venue provided the perfect backdrop – the iconic white barn set in acres of rolling pastures complete with longhorn cattle. Our husband/wife team rental company absolutely knocked it out of the park. They have a background in rodeo so they came through with some authentic details, like the belt buckle and bolo tie on our Rip and of course all the incredible furniture and hide rugs. The bouquet and table arrangements from our florist were incredible statement pieces that we were able to utilize in almost all of the shots. And our amazing coordination team wrangled all the ideas with grace and even found the perfect truck for the getaway vehicle. Last but not least, our amazinggggg photographer absolutely knocked it out of the park.

As far as the invitations are concerned, we tried to channel the feeling of the Dutton lifestyle – a penchant for nice things mixed with a little dirt and hard work. The invitation itself was printed on cotton stock with feathered edges and mounted to a leather backer with silver floral screws. The back side of the leather featured a hand painted depiction of the Yellowstone barn. The programs, menus, and place cards were dip-dyed to bring in the natural colors of Montana and pay homage to the land that is so important. The vintage postage was curated to tell the story of the cowboy and the Y was plastered everywhere, because, well, that’s what they do. And last but not least, a beautiful gold chiffon ribbon held everything together with style!

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