Nicki & Brandon's Montana, Earthy Farmhouse Ranch Wedding

On a sunny day surrounded by the majestic Colorado mountains, Brandon and Nicki started their life together as husband and wife. With their family and loved ones around them, this gorgeous couple said “I do” at their mountain view ranch wedding.

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If you’re planning a ranch style wedding with free-spirited vibes, a western feel or earthy tones, look no further than this perfect day for your wedding inspiration.

Sunset Terracotta Color Palette

Set amongst the mountains in Colorado, Nicki and Brandon’s wedding backdrop was a breathtaking vista of organic greens, oranges and browns. This wild, rugged landscape supplied the ultimate inspo for choosing the wedding color palette.

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In keeping with the rustic farm vibes, Nicki and Brandon chose a wedding ceremony and reception color palette of Sunset Terracotta. From the florals to the decor, their wedding was infused with the warmth of russet reds, vibrant oranges and earthy greens. With textural arrangements of varying size and shape, this color palette served as the perfect canvas for their dream wedding day.

Bridal Florals in Terracotta Tones

For Nicki, her wedding day was the chance to express her elegant, unique style. Drawing inspiration from the ranch venue, she wore a gorgeous boho mountain wedding dress. With tassels on the arms and intricate lace details, Nicki’s bridal look shows off her free spirit.

As she walked down the aisle in her cool, feminine wedding dress, Nicki carried a bountiful bouquet of Ling’s flowers in Sunset Terracotta. Featuring a blush-toned dahlia, burnt orange roses and bursting with eucalyptus, this bouquet perfectly captured the bride’s style and the aura of the wedding.

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Bridesmaid Looks

Nicki’s bridesmaids were also inspired by the tonal variation of Sunset Terracotta. Each wearing their own unique dress, Nicki’s bridal party wore shades of burgundy, burnt orange and blush. Together, the women looked perfectly in place in their mountain ranch setting.

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Each bridesmaid carried a bridesmaid posy in Sunset Terracotta, which was the perfect finishing touch on the women’s wedding day looks.

Burnt Orange Boutonniere for Groom

And the groom wore his own touch of Sunset Terracotta, too. Alongside his cool bolero tie, Brandon wore a boutonniere of burnt orange and white. This little detail elevated his handsome look, and made sure that his wedding day look matched his gorgeous bride perfectly.

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Wedding Ceremony Decor

As guests arrived at the wedding, stunning floral arrangements complemented the breathtaking Colorado scenery. Nicki and Brandon created these structural designs  themselves using our DIY Designer Flower Boxes and Greenery. The textural pampas and neutral tones lent a cool, modern twist with these geometric designs.

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Small points of interest can really work to elevate your wedding. In this case, contrasting straight lines with the organic shapes and tones of the flowers and natural surroundings makes for a unique, eye-catching decor.

For the vows, this lovely couple had their guests looking on in awe. Brandon and Nicki said their vows in front of a floral hoop arch covered with Sunset Terracotta blossoms, the perfect backdrop to complement the stunning scenery.

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This arrangement is a perfect example of how negative space can upgrade your designs. The floral arrangements around the arch added color, texture and continued the wedding theme, while the empty center allowed the true beauty of the scenery to show through, and put the spotlight on the bride and groom. This combo makes for some seriously unique, timeless wedding photos.

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Rustic Wedding Reception Decor

After they were married, it was time to celebrate! Nicki, Brandon and their guests made their way over to the reception area where they ate, laughed and danced into the night. Using the same design principles of their ceremony decor, the reception featured a hanging floral chandelier with a geometric accent.

Hanging a floral garland in Sunset Terracotta is a unique, eye-catching way to display your florals and continue the decor color palette. It’s easy to overlook vertical space when planning your wedding decor. This example shows that it is impactful even in such a vast setting as the Colorado mountains.

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Whether you’re planning a farmhouse ranch wedding attire or are inspired by earthy, free-spirited vibes, Nicki and Brandon’s wedding is a gorgeous day to look back on. From the bridal florals to the decor, Sunset Terracotta was the perfect choice to complement and extend the magnificent Colorado views.

If you’re planning your own Sunset Terracotta wedding, don’t forget to tag us @lingsmoment on IG and share your gorgeous photos!

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