Klein, wearing a custom Shoreditch London three-piece suit to his nuptials, and Thyfault exchanged vows in front of 115 guests at the Rainbow Ranch in Gallatin Gateway, Montana at an outdoor church with vintage pews and a custom doorway on the banks of the Gallatin River. The ranch, which boasts the tagline "the West may be wild, but it's not uncivilized," is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains just 45 minutes from Yellowstone National Park. It's easy to see why Klein and Thyfault landed on this stunning space for their big day — brides choose the popular wedding venue for its elegant and unique ability to combine a rugged atmosphere and aesthetic with all the services of a luxurious world-class resort.
For their wedding florals, the couple kept things rustic and simple to complement their stunning surroundings. "Laina and Chris wanted to stay true to the nature of Montana and chose native grasses, sage and flowers in a soft color palette to reflect the beauty of Montana," their wedding planner Jennifer Horsley of Habitat Events said.
The newlyweds began dating after meeting at a mutual friend's wedding and, after quietly dating for three and a half years, the pair announced their engagement last December once Klein popped the question to Thyfault in Venice Beach, California.