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Ashley Williams throws a keg party wedding at Brad Paisley's house

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Ashley Williams wedding details

Something Borrowed actress Ashley Williams, who is the sister of Kimberly Williams-Paisley, got married over Memorial Day weekend at Brad Paisley’s house. Get all the details of her "upscale keg party" here!

Ashley Williams wedding details

Actress Ashley Williams married producer Neal Dodson at Brad Paisley and sister Kimberly Williams' Nashville ranch.

"We wanted an intimate, farm-inspired wedding," says Williams, who recently appeared in Something Borrowed. "We basically planned an upscale keg party!"

Fifty guests enjoyed dining on pulled pork, biscuits and macaroni and cheese -- and instead of a fancy wedding cake, they dined on banana pudding.

Williams, wearing an ivory August Jones dress and blue sandals, and Dodson wrote their own vows and gave each other rings they purchased from, according to People.

Williams gave her brother-in-law Brad Paisley the night off, and had a local country band play at their reception, which was held in the sand pit where Paisley trains his horses.

Guests were given flip-flops to wear, to help them "relax and have fun." They drank Anheuser-Busch beer and the signature whiskey wedding drink called the Smashed, named after Williams' nickname of Smash.

"He grounds me," says 32-year-old Williams, who met her husband eight years ago in acting class. "He allows me to laugh at myself and calms me down. He puts things in perspective."

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