Real Wedding: Jasmine + Drew’s Mexican Rodeo Wedding

Happy Cinco de Mayo everyone! I thought this wedding was such a perfect wedding to share today. :) Jasmine + Drew were married at Jasmine’s grandparents Mexican Rodeo Ranch – what a lucky girl to have grandparents with an awesome venue! Taking inspiration from the venue, Jasmine + Drew threw a super fun wedding with lots of personal details. Jasmine is also lucky to have our amazing sponsor, Ashley Maxwell, as her cousin! Ashley not only photographed the wedding along with her husband, she also made a lot of Ashley’s fashion accessories as well as was a bridesmaid. Congrats to Jasmine + Drew!

succulent wedding bouquet

bridesmaids in anthropologie dresses

From Jasmine, My inspiration of the day was the beautiful Mexican rodeo ranch that belongs to my grandparents and where I spent most of my time as I child. When I introduced my husband to the ranch several years ago, he fell in love with it. When we decided to get married, it was a natural and easy decision to have our wedding fiesta at this beautiful venue and share with our guests southwestern hospitality at its finest!

wedding first look

bride and groom

groom in j crew

LOVE the bridesmaids dresses from Anthropologie (I so wanted to buy that dress last year!!) and their boots.

bridesmaids in pink anthropologie dresses

bridal party at the rodeo

flower girl with succulent ball

succulent boutonniere

Our Favorite Memory From The Wedding

The ceremony was incredibly beautiful because it was so personal and loving. Our officiant was my wonderful uncle and since he knows both of us so well, he personalized it and also incorporated a lot of humor. It was such a fun and whimsical ceremony that it was over too quickly!

What song did you walk down the aisle to? Iron & Wine Love and some Versus

outdoor wedding ceremony

fingerprint tree guest book

bride with a horse


amor cups with flowers


wedding cake with papel picado

margarita cupcakes

Margarita cupcakes – yum!

wedding goodbye

And be sure to check out their wedding trailer from Brinton Films!

Our Advice To Those Planning Now

Really make it your own. Go with your personal vision and make sure that your groom also contributes in the entire planning process. I was very lucky to have my cousin, friends and mom help me execute all the planning. Don’t be afraid to ask for help! Your loved ones would be thrilled & honored to help out!

Whether you are having a backyard wedding or a wedding at a resort, give it your own signature style. Always bring out the natural elements that your venue has. I knew when I was going to have the wedding at the ranch I couldn’t do a modern theme – always play up your venue. Also the wedding should have yours and your husband’s personality represented in the details because a great event is always in the details.

I couldn’t agree with you anymore Jasmine! Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful wedding with us + best wishes to you both!


Photographer: Ashley Maxwell Photography (although Ashley’s husband Jason photographed most of the wedding since she was in it )  //  Venue: Corona Ranch and Rodeo Grounds //  Brides Accessories (hair piece, bridal belt, garters): Ashley Maxwell (Ashley doesn’t have an etsy shop, but she makes custom accessories for any brides that book her!)  //  Videographer: Lex + Loren of Brinton Films //  Florist: Butterfly Petals //  Wedding Dress: Azteca Bridal  //  Bridesmaids Dresses: Anthropologie  //  Flower Girl Dress: J. Crew (flower embellishes made my her mom, Ashley Maxwell as well)  //  Hair: Tasha Kenny  //  Makeup: Melissa Musseau  //  Groomsmen+Groom: Mens Wearhouse  //  Grooms shirt: J.Crew  //  Desserts: Tiffany Loken  //  Mexican Candy: Larissa Leon  //  Thumb Tree: Gregory Michael Sternin  //  Food: Tiburon Restaurant  //  DJ: Ramzy Saba
If you love this wedding, you might also love this Spanish Inspiration shoot I helped style from a few months ago!