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It’s a Cowboy Black Tie Wedding for “Yellowstone” Actors Ryan Bingham and Hassie Harrison

The pair started dating during season three of the hit show, and married in May 2024 at the bride’s family home in Texas.

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When two actors star in a popular western-themed show, it’s only fitting that their wedding is a ‘cowboy black tie’ affair. Yellowstone actors Ryan Bingham and Hassie Harrison got married last month at Harrison’s family home in Texas.

In a Vogue article, Harrison explained that while their characters, Walker and Laramie, are romantically linked on the show, it wasn’t love at first sight in real life. “My mom met Ryan at a charity event in Dallas during a production break, and when she realized we had a lot in common, she encouraged him to call me.” They started dating during season three of the show in 2023.

Once engaged, the couple told Vogue they knew they wanted to have the ceremony and reception at her family home in Dallas. “Ryan and I wanted to create a heartfelt day centered around emotions, comfort and intimacy with the people we love the most,” Harrison explained.

With the help of Nathan Johnson from Gro Floral and Event Design, and the help of her family, they created the perfect day. “Every choice was a reflection of us, and getting to witness it all come to life was incredible,” she said. The theme was elegant Western and featured tones of worn leather, delicate lace, and a soft, blush color palette. Because she couldn’t decide between two wedding dresses, she wore both – a Galia Lahav and a Netta BenShabu. The groom wore a tuxedo by Kiton that Crawford Brock at Stanley Korshak tailored.

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The wedding weekend kicked off with a “cowboy cocktail welcome night” at the Crescent Club in downtown Dallas, which they turned into an old-time Western bar, Harrison told Vogue. Their wedding party featured Harrison’s three sisters and Bingham’s oldest friends, as well as his three children and their dog. For the ceremony held in the family’s home, the bride wore the Galia Lahav dress. She changed into the shorter Netta BenShabu dress for the reception which took place under a tent designed as a nod to Gruene Hall: Texas’s oldest dance hall, according to Vogue.

After the reception, which featured classic Texas cuisine, the couple surprised their guests with a ‘cosmic cowboy’ after-party in the backyard where Harrison changed into a third dress, also by Netta BenShabu. “I really wanted a dress that was fun to dance in—and this one was probably the most Western of them all, with fringed tassels embellishing the hem,” she told Vogue. “We paired it with a white cowboy hat and cowboy boots.”

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And because the couple wanted to continue partying into the wee hours of the morning, they drove off in a Cadillac Coupe Deville, circled the block, snuck back into Harrison’s family home, and spent the rest of the night with their wedding party. “We kept the celebration going into the wee hours, dancing in my family’s living room. It was the perfect ending to a perfect night—and honestly, we couldn’t have imagined it any better.”

Image via Instagram @yellowstone