Jewel - Toned Oregon Barn Wedding
The Cugley wedding was a day full of love and laughter in true western style. Some unique features of the day included signs that were hand painted by the bride, jewel toned floral arrangements made by the women in the wedding, and fields of rusty old cars and trucks gracing the background behind a beautifully crafted barn. Among the rust, the couple chose to feature their prized 1964 Ford feed truck. This truck tells the story of their love - its how they feed their cattle, its where they first kissed, and it was the setting for their one-of-a-kind western engagement. Their swoon-worthy venue is owned by a close friend of theirs who holds hot rods and cattle dear to his heart, just like the couple.
Libby walked down the aisle wearing her late grandmother's sterling bangles and vintage sterling rope earrings that were once owned by her aunt, who had passed before she was born. She greeted her groom, Matt, and her Uncle who was the preacher marrying them at the end of the aisle. Both the bride and groom wore handmade, custom boots by the bride and her father, owner of Clemons Boot Company. Surrounded by their family and their closest friends, Libby gave her groom her grandfather's wedding ring, which was given to her by him just weeks before he passed away by her side.
The family-oriented day concluded with tacos and donuts instead of traditional wedding fare. Plenty of swing dancing ended the evening in true cowboy style. Their romantic and bold DIY wedding is the perfect way to describe this couple. If a picture is worth a thousand words, their wedding gallery is all that you need to get to know the Cugleys. Wedding story told by // McFarland Production
Photographer : McFarland Productions
Venue : Johnson Ranch (private)
Rentals : Party Time Rentals
Flowers, H+MU : Bride + Bridesmaids
Officiant : Pastor Travis Clemons
First Dance Song : One Woman - Randy Rogers Band
Processional Song : I Cross My Heart - George Strait
Recessional Song : For Your Love - Chris LeDoux
Dance Songs : Best Day of My Life - George Strait