The Pioneer Woman's Wedding Special Has The Internet Buzzing

The Pioneer Woman is in full wedding mode as the Drummond family shares with us the special occasion of eldest daughter Alex and her college sweetheart Mauricio Scott's ranch wedding. While Food Network's "Ranch Wedding" special is filled with plenty of delicious discussion about food like lace-edged wedding cakes and delicious beef filet, this special adds the trademark Drummond family earthiness and humility as they detail everything from setup to dress choices. All we can say is this gives us "all the feels" and the internet is buzzing in agreement. 

Twitter fan Make You Tat My Name posted, "Watching Pioneer Woman and her daughter's getting married is making me sentimental. Congratulations." It seems tears of joy are plentiful on this occasion. User Weddings by AllyLLC commented, "I am a #weddingplanner & have planned more than 1,000 #weddings & here I am tearing up at the @thepioneerwoman episode of her daughter's #wedding [sob emoji]" (via Twitter).

Yes, even the pros are awed by the thought and preparation going into this event, not that we'd expect anything less from the Drummond crew.

Happy tears abound at this ranch wedding

This wedding special really makes us all feel like part of the family. Twitter user Gregory Allen said, "Feel like I know this family after all these years & love they are letting us in on the big wedding of Alex & Mauricio," (via Twitter). As fan Lisa Carrol shared on Twitter, "How am I crying over people I've never met #Pioneerwoman #AlexandMaurcio #Ranchwedding."

In advance of this highly anticipated event, Ree Drummond herself shared, "Alongside all the wedding festivities, the Food Network cameras were there capturing moments — just like they've done for the past several years (since Alex was thirteen years old! [sob emoji])" (via Instagram). Now 24 years old, it seems like Alex Drummond's journey down the aisle has been over 10 years in the making for dedicated "Pioneer Woman" fans. As Twitter user Marques put it, "Pioneer Woman kids all grown up and getting married WOOWW."