"There was a palpable sense of love and energy in the air, a kind of magic that's hard to describe."

Yellowstone stars Hassie Harrison and Ryan Bingham are officially riding off into the sunset together as a married couple. 

The newlyweds tied the knot in an “elegant Western” themed wedding that took place at Harrison’s family farm in Texas, the bride told Vogue

“It was like something out of a fairytale,” Harrison told the outlet, noting that it was particularly “emotional” to deliver their hand-written vows to one another in front of their close family and friends. “It was hard to hold back tears. My vows were not just promises to Ryan but also to his children. It was a particularly special moment for me, as I got to express to them just how much they mean to me and what an honor it has been to become a bonus mom to them.”

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Bingham, 43, has starred on Yellowstone since season 1 as bad-boy-turned-ranch-hand Walker, while Harrison, 34, joined the Western’s third season as the spitfire barrel racer, Laramie. Although they may have first met on the show, Harrison credits her mom with being the one to bring them together.

“She and Ryan met by chance through a mutual friend at a charity event in Dallas during a production break. I wasn’t there, but it just happened to be during a time when both Ryan and I were transitioning into new chapters of our lives,” Harrison recalled. “They got to talking and discovered just how many Texas-based friends and acquaintances we had in common — so sensing an opportunity, she encouraged Ryan to give me a call.”

When it came time to propose, Bingham popped the question not once, but twice. The first time, Harrison recalled, was on a typical evening at their home together. “Ryan had been unusually quiet all night, and I could see he was visibly nervous — which was out of character for him,” she said. “Then, out of nowhere he broke the silence and said, ‘I want to ask you to marry me, but only if you say yes.’ I didn’t hesitate a moment before telling him I would. It’s true what they say—when you know, you just know.”

After calling her dad and asking for his blessing, Bingham got down on one knee once again while having dinner — this time with a ring in hand. Harrison added, “It was a night that captured everything right, effortless, and genuinely beautiful about what we love most about one another and the relationship we’ve built together.”

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The pair’s special day was officiated by Harrison’s close friend Gabriel Hogan, and featured a “cowboy cocktail welcome night” before the big day, a reception tent inspired by Texas’ oldest dance hall Gruene Hall, and a “cosmic cowboy” themed after-party.  

“There was a palpable sense of love and energy in the air, a kind of magic that's hard to describe,” she said. “Seeing generations from both sides of our families, our friends, and especially the children all coming together was such a blessing. And then there was the moment I locked eyes with Ryan as I walked toward him. Seeing the tears well up in his eyes — it just melted my heart. It was a moment so raw and filled with emotion, it perfectly captured everything we felt about stepping into this new chapter together.”

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