The Real Reason Ree Drummond Is So Concerned About Her Daughter's Upcoming Wedding

Ree Drummond and her family are gearing up for eldest daughter Alex's wedding on Saturday, May 1. However, in the midst of the region's windiest season, "The Pioneer Woman" star has increasing concerns about her daughter's big day, which is being held outside on their family ranch, close to Pawhuska, Oklahoma (via People). 

Along with a photo of the white tents set to be used by wedding guests during the upcoming nuptials, Drummond wrote on her Instagram Story, "Um we're having an outdoor wedding. On the ranch. In Oklahoma. In early May." In a follow-up post, she added, "What could possibly go wrong???," along with a GIF of Dorothy from "The Wizard of Oz."

"Me, first driving upon the tent, trying to calculate the level of Oklahoma sustained winds it can withstand," Ree added on another Instagram Story, along with a selfie taken in her car at the venue (via the Daily Mail).

Ree Drummond has other concerns besides the wind

As People reports, the Food Network star went on to share a photo of her daughter Alex and her future son-in-law, with a slightly more optimistic caption that read, "These two aren't worried, though. Cause they've got a peaceful, easy feeling' (And that's a great way to be.)"

Per Showbiz Cheat Sheet, Ree's daughter, Alex Drummond, is getting ready to walk down the aisle and tie the knot with her college sweetheart, Mauricio Scott. Discussing what could potentially go wrong on the big day, Ree explained that strong winds aren't the only thing she's concerned about. "I guess I could be a little worried about Oklahoma weather since the wedding is outdoors." She continued, "And maybe I could be a little concerned about the Drummond dogs and how to keep them from finding the reception food before it makes its way out to guests?" 

Elsewhere, daughter Alex previously shared some details of the forthcoming ceremony on her mother's blog, revealing that the color scheme will be pink and blue, the wedding cake will be vanilla and strawberry, and all food served at the reception will be catered by the family's The Pioneer Woman Mercantile restaurant.