Loucks and Burrow wed on Casper Mountain in Wyoming

Holly Marie Loucks and Matthew Alexander Burrow were united in marriage September 17, on Casper Mountain at the bride’s family home in Casper, Wyo., with Pastor Matt Powell of Christ Reformed Church, officiating the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her parents.

She is the daughter of Cathy and Bob Ide and Heidi and Bunky Loucks, all of Casper. The bridegroom is the son of Susan and Alex Burrow of Jackson.

Matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Mary Loucks Cummings of Grand Junction, Colo. Bridesmaids were Rachael Burrow, of Birmingham, and Sarah Burrow of Jackson, sisters of the bridegroom; Wendy Freemole of Casper, cousin of the bride; and Jenna Kraft, of Littleton, Colo.

Flower girls were Camille Freemole of Casper, cousin of the bride, and Alex Williams and Elise Williams, of Jackson, cousins of the bridegroom.

The bridegroom’s father was best man. Groomsmen were Stewart Boyd, Nason Williams, both of Jackson, cousins of the bridegroom; Matthew Loucks and Marcus Loucks, brothers of the bride, both of Casper.

Ushers were Will Barrett of Memphis, Bryan Callahan of New York, Will Russell of Jackson, and Dayne Lubenow of Casper.

Following the ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a reception on Casper Mountain at the bride’s home. Music was provided by Lazy L Band.

On the eve of the wedding, the bridegroom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at the Petroleum Club in Casper.

The bride was graduated from Kelly Walsh High School in 2006 and Colorado State University in 2010. The bridegroom was graduated from Jackson Prep in 2005 and Mississippi State University in 2010.

Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple is at home in Birmingham, where the bride is a construction manager and the bridegroom is a political consultant.


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