A Rustic Wedding at Segner Country Ranch Estate in Sedona, Arizona

Olive trees were in the yard of Renee Massey’s (24 and a detention officer) home growing up, so she gave Crissy Saint (29 and a senior communication s

Olive trees were in the yard of Renee Massey’s (24 and a detention officer) home growing up, so she gave Crissy Saint (29 and a senior communication strategist) a custom engagement ring made from an olive tree as a reminder that their home is together now. They exchanged their vows at Segner Country Ranch Estate in Sedona, Arizona surrounded by family, friends and their dog, Sawyer. The couple created a rustic farm aesthetic by fashioning mason jars for table flowers, burlap runners and wooden crates filled with hay to hold the honey jar favors, and incorporated a color palette of teal and yellow that popped against the red rock backdrop. The couple shared their first dance to “I Don’t Dance” by Lee Brice. “We met two-stepping to another song of Lee Brice and chose this song because Renee originally declined by offer to slow dance when we first met! Since then, we’ve come a long way,” says Crissy.

Crissy wore a custom-made and tailored tweed wool suit complete with a bow tie and Frye oxfords.
Renee wore a custom-altered gown from Destiny’s Bride. The veil was used as an add-on skirt that laid on top of the dress.
Renee’s bouquet included a blend of yellow roses, craspedia, white freesia and aster tied with burlap ribbon. The bridesmaids bouquets added yellow daisies.
The six female attendants wore different styles of turquoise dresses with matching necklaces and cowboy boots. The male attendants wore brown slacks and suspenders with matching turquoise bow ties and brown oxfords.
Renee wore cowboy boots with a turquoise design to match the rustic atmosphere and color palette.
Yellow and White Bridal Bouquet
The ceremony took place by an ivy-draped wooden wedding arch on a lower-tiered lawn of the Segner Country Ranch Estate at sunset.
Rustic Burlap-Wrapped Guest Book in Sedona, Arizona
“We were both really in love with a farm and rustic aesthetic,” says the couple. They fashioned mason jar vases for table flowers with burlap runners for their farm-style dining tables.
The reception included a barbecue buffet to complement the rustic, farm feel of the wedding. “Working with our catering company was pretty fantastic,” says the couple. “The owner had an amazing sense of humor and always made us feel at ease.”
The three round tiers of the wedding cake were wrapped in burlap and topped with fresh yellow roses to complement the rustic farm aesthetic.
The couple crafted a wooden crate to house honey jars as favors for their guests.
Renee and Crissy got married at Segner Country Ranch Estate in Oak Creek Canyon. “Once we saw it, we fell in love. The red rock backdrop of Sedona, Arizona was the most beautiful backdrop we could have wanted,” says the couple.