The ever stylish Kate wore two custom dresses by Oscar de la Renta, reports Martha Stewart Weddings who helped plan the big day.
For the ceremony, she looked stunning in an ivory radzimir-satin strapless ball gown and a sweeping eight-foot-long, 16-foot-wide train. Changing for the reception, the blonde beauty wore a floral embroidered tulle dress with an illusion neckline and cap sleeves.
The groom opted for a bespoke, three-piece suit by Brooks Brothers for the big day.
The four day celebration took place at The Ranch at Rock Creek, set on 6,600 scenic acres of private land, it has ponies, rolling mountains, rivers, wild flowers and untamed meadows a plenty. According to the wedding mag, the duo picked the location for its 'privacy and rustic old-world charm.'
The happy couple exchanged self-written vows in an intimate ceremony before guests, including Michael's 15-year-old daughter, were treated to a feast of local food and danced the night away at the ranch's saloon.
Guests stayed at the property for the weekend and had the chance to ride horses, go fishing and test their archery skills.
The stylish couple were hands on in the planning reports Martha Stewart weddings, who will run the full details of the big day in their December issue, saying, 'Kate and Michael brought a lot of ideas to the table. They envisioned a celebration that mixed Victorian touches and romantic Western influences, bookended by fun events that took full advantage of the Montana setting.'
Congratulations to the newlyweds!
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