Bright Pop Art meets fun disco with cozy Western touches—this was the playful vision Luke and Molly wanted for their Mae’s Ridge wedding. The couple, with the help of their planner Bianca Nichole and floral designer Bricolage Curated Florals, transformed the barn with their imaginative style and filled it with everything that they loved.
Disco balls are synonymous with a good time and they were used perfectly throughout the ceremony and reception as aisle markers, centerpieces, and a cake topper! The color-blocked tables also featured bright monochromatic centerpieces which balanced with the vibrant backdrop and overhead installations to create an artistic feel. And the cute custom koozies with drawings of their rescue dogs and mini donkeys—adorable!
This unique wedding had so much fun and color, that collided in the most perfect way. We can’t wait for you to scroll through the amazing photos captured by Diana Ascarrunz.
Molly and Luke
Mae’s Ridge, Dripping Springs, Texas
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Proud Of How Their Mae’s Ridge Wedding Came Together
It truly felt like the Western Disco wedding I had hoped for. I loved how unique the whole day felt. It was really important to us to only do the things we wanted to—no bouquet toss, no wedding party, and our first dance was shared with all our guests. Most importantly—it felt like us! I’m most proud of the way everything came together.
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Staying True To Their Wedding Vision
It’s okay to want a nontraditional wedding. I’m so happy we nixed the traditions that we weren’t interested in and went full force into our vision. Because of this, everyone had an absolute blast!
Adorable Wedding Favors
We had two sets of koozies as wedding favors for our guests. I had them personalized with our names and drawings. On one set I had our two rescue dogs, and on the other set I had our two mini donkeys. We thought it would be a nice souvenir—everyone needs a koozie!
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A Memorable Mae’s Ridge Wedding
There were a few very memorable moments from our day! I loved our ceremony—our officiant did such an amazing job, it was short, sweet, and hilarious. Our first dance was amazing. I am pretty shy, and the idea of having all those eyes on me while we danced made me feel sick. Rob Baird, the lead vocalist of our band and a good friend of ours, invited all of our guests to join us for our first dance. At first, the guests hesitated, but once they realized we were serious, the dance floor filled up! As we danced around, we got to see the smiling faces of all our guests. It was so magical to share such a special moment with our loved ones.
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Diana Ascarrunz
Event Planning – Bianca Nichole & Co
Venue – Mae’s Ridge
Floral Design – Bricolage Curated Florals
Catering – Royal Fig Catering
Cake – Feathers and Frosting
Live Music – Rob Baird
Makeup Artist & Hair Styling – Sarah Contey
Wedding Dress – Blue Bridal Boutique
Groom’s Apparel – Indochino
Rentals – Premier Events
Streamer Installation – Pop & Drop
A blank-canvas venue, like Mae’s Ridge, offers endless opportunities for you and your partner to express your styles. Whether you decide to keep the wedding theme classic and timeless or go all out with a bright and bold theme, putting your own creative spin is a fun way to allow guests to fully immerse themselves in your thoughtfully crafted wedding day.
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