After nine months of planning, Alex Drummond had to celebrate her big day!
Pioneer Woman’s eldest child, 23, tied the knot Saturday with boyfriend Mauricio Scott University at the sprawling Pawhuska in Oklahoma ranch in a beautiful ceremony.
Drummond’s eldest siblings were surrounded by family on her special day, including her parents Ree and Ladd Drummond, and brother Paige, 21, Bryce, 18, and Todd, 17.
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The Drummonds shared many memorable moments from Alex’s wedding on Instagram over the weekend.
On Saturday, the Food Network personality posted a picture of herself and her husband wearing a neck harness after a ranch accident in March.
“Our honeymoon children are getting married tonight,” she captioned before jokingly, “(TMI? 😂)”.
She shared another picture with her husband on her Instagram, writing, “Love Khun Lad (a lot.)”.
The rest of the bride’s family and friends also captured a picture of her special day on social media.
Paige Drummond shared a photo with her sister in her Instagram story, including a sweet selfie with the newlyweds she simply captioned, “Married !!!!!”
She also praised her eldest sister in a single, smiling couple, where she wrote, “I mean C’MON !!!”.
Todd Drummond also shared a sweet photo with his older sister.
Other photos today show a beautiful floral display where Alex Drummond walks the tiered cake walkway and thousands of roses and a welcome tent decorated with ornate greenery. On the ceiling For this occasion, the bride wears a strapless dress with a plunging neckline and flared skirt.
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Alex Drummond and Scott met during their first year at Texas A&M University.After years of dating, they got engaged in August of last year with family watching.
The bride’s mother frankly revealed her daughter’s wedding in a blog post in February and the mood she chose the family farm as the wedding venue.
“It was where Alex grew up, and it felt like the right place,” Reed Rummond wrote.
“I’m very excited for these two. I love to watch their relationship grow, and it has made me happy all the time, what they do most consistently is laughing together. ”