Kyanne and Jeremy met while attending Oklahoma State University. Jeremy was friends with Kyanne’s brother Reece who introduced them at an OSU football game in 2013. They became close friends and would often hang out at 5019, while Reece and Jeremy were roommates there. They have many memories there with friends throughout the year. After the fall of 2014, Jeremy moved back to Harmon County after graduation to start working and running cattle while Kyanne was still attending OSU. Although he was no longer in Stillwater, they didn’t lose touch. In April of 2015, Kyanne came to visit Jeremy, and the rest is history. Many summer nights of listening to music, dancing, hanging out with family and friends, backroading, and lots of fun. They knew that there was no denying it and made it official! Best friends who became so much more. They fell in love where they intend to start their life together.
Jeremy wanted to propose to Kyanne on his land which has been in his family for generations. He told Kyanne they were going to dinner with his grandparents in Altus, Oklahoma. Kyanne wanted a new outfit for that evening, and Jeremy took her to the Cotton Patch Boutique. Before leaving he told her, “He needed to get a bale of hay for some cows.” As they drove over the hill of the farm he had arranged several hay bales where he had written, “Ky will you marry me?” He walked her over to them, and he proposed which you can watch below. Kyanne was surprised, overwhelmed, and of course said, “Yes!”
He had one more surprise waiting for Kyanne; as he had arranged for all of their friends and family to be waiting to celebrate! ”
They will be married July 21, 2018 at La Mesita Ranch!
– New Mexico Wedding Photographer, Arielei Kinzer Photography