Nobody can claim that Rosalie and Matt’s three-day wedding in Fort Worth was all hat and no cattle, because there were literally cattle there. And country music, a mobile honky tonk, a donkey serving beers, and, yes, lots of ten-gallon hats. Would you expect anything less from a chic western XO Moreau wedding?
The weekend started with an intimate church ceremony, followed by a rattlesnake and elk dinner. The real party started on Friday when we hosted “Wild West Fest,” our own welcome party bluegrass music festival. While our three-band lineup rocked the house, guests chowed down on juicy barbecue, posed for pics with a longhorn, and ogled Summit & Sage’s tickets, posters, and floor-to-ceiling banners that put real concert swag to shame. Saturday’s events — all held at our dream venue, Hotel Drover — were the cherry on top of this cowboy chic sundae, which began with a stunning tented ceremony decked out in Remi + Gold’s flower magic. We kept the whiskey flowing and guests entertained with two cocktail hours before welcoming them into a charming reception space set with plaid linens, cowhide table runners, and custom dance floor. But the party wasn’t over when the band hung up their hats; a second line led the guests on to an after-party where they boot-scootin’-boogied the night away.