A Stone House Ranch Inspiration


The backdrop for this beautiful and timeless styled shoot was the lovely Stone House Ranch in Dripping Springs, Texas. The venue’s rustic barn and surrounding Hill Country landscape offers ample photo opportunities that capture the sweet memories you will soon make by choosing this venue for your wedding day.

Marie with Three Strand Cord Weddings was inspired to design this breathtaking shoot to inspire more than just rustic chic but a timeless affair that never goes out of style.

Stone House Ranch features a private bridal suite inside the air-conditioned reception hall complete with full-length mirror, make-up stations, seating area, and full restroom for you and your bridal party to feel comfortable while getting ready for your big day!

The Groom’s Quarter are just outside next to the cocktail space with vintage video games, TV, and a restroom for your gentlemen to kick back before the festivities begin.

The gorgeous Southern Live Oak Trees create a serene backdrop for your ceremony, and the surrounding pastures let you look out for miles and watch the sunset as you and your partner tie the knot.

Our bride and cellist are wearing stunning gowns provided by Lucky Buck’s Formal and Wedding, a local mother/daughter owned consignment boutique that features wedding and formal gowns from sizes 00-28. Their inventory is constantly changing, so they always have hidden treasures for you to discover.

The bride’s hair and makeup were done by Andrea and her amazing stylists at Hill Country Bridal Stylists. The team customizes all of their hair and makeup specifically to a bride’s wishes to make sure she looks her best. These artists perfectly captured the romanticism of the dress and pearl accents to create a timeless updo that would look stunning with or without a veil.

Texas Wedding Ministers get to know you and your partner by building a relationship before your ceremony. Officiant Ren’e Walker-Sanchez calmly walked our models through vows and made them feel at ease at the altar. The beautiful notes of our Cellist, Christina, from Cellovida wrapped around the couple from the start to finish. The songs Christina chose to highlight the couple and venue complimented the romantic ambiance perfectly and added a beautiful detail to the ceremony and reception.

Mario, The Flower Guy, really outdid himself with these stunning arrangements. The vision was to create timeless arrangements that pop with a mix of colors and textures. The ceremony pieces on the ground surround the couple in a beautiful array of blooms and those pieces easily transferred to the head table. Additional greenery was added around the venue to tie in the larger pieces and add freshness outside as well as inside when used with candles and table runners. The boutonniere and bridal bouquet nicely tied in the color scheme and completed our bride and groom’s attire.

What better way to welcome your guests into cocktail hour than with a custom charcuterie board? Dolce Grazing artfully designed this delicious display of fruits, cheeses, meats, nuts, and jam to complement our theme and color palette. Meri customizes each board for your guest count and can even do individual charcuterie cones.

After mingling with friends, your guests can walk into a beautiful reception hall enhanced with farmhouse style tables, soft candle light, and vintage place settings. The gold candelabras, cream and berry candle sticks, and decorative place settings were generously provided by Cat Haus Rentals and added a warmth and romance to this rustic venue. Not only can Brooke furnish table decorations and dinnerware sets, she also provided the custom vintage champagne glasses our models used for their champagne tower!

Our bartender, Cade, from Whiskey River Bartending, created a beautiful pink lemonade topped with champagne and raspberry cocktail that complimented the romance of the shoot! Cade brought the personality to the bar and made sure everyone was laughing and enjoying the moment.

Robin Rogers Photography and MobilBoheme captured every moment from slipping on the wedding dress and accessories to reading some heartfelt vows and dancing the night away to beautiful cello music. Robin captured the beauty of the venue and models alike in the gorgeous pictures you see in this publication.

Watch for more about the day through this link from Paul and Kat with Mobilboheme and on our social media pages.

Thank you to everyone for showcasing your talents for this remarkable day. Thank you especially to Swanee of New Braunfels Wedding Guide who brings these wedding inspirations to our Hill Country brides.

Written by Marie Miller

Venue: Stone House Ranch

Photography: Robin Rogers Photography

Videography: MobilBoheme

Women’s Attire: Lucky Buck’s

Hair and Makeup Artist: Hill Country Bridal Stylists

Florist: The Flower Guy

Bar Service: Whiskey River

Charcuterie: Dolce Grazing

Rentals: Cat Haus Rentals

Cellist: Cellovida

Officiate: Texas Wedding Ministers

Design and co-planner: Three Strand Cord Weddings

Sponsor and co-planner: New Braunfels Wedding Guide

Written by Marie Miller