A Moon River Ranch in Satin, Texas

Kayla and Owen balanced out their rustic working-ranch venue with elegant vintage details and a soft color scheme of green, pink and cream.

Kayla and Owen balanced out their rustic working-ranch venue with elegant vintage details and a soft color scheme of green, pink and cream.

A vintage farm table and a tall wooden cross draped in grapevine and flowers served as an altar for the ceremony, which took place in a shaded pecan grove.
A rustic crate was labeled with chalk and held the programs for guests.
Arrows, painted with chalkboard paint, directed guests to the ceremony.
At the reception, the couple and their wedding party sat at a long row of vintage vineyard tables that ran through the middle of the tent. They were topped with white lace runners, grapevine, silver candelabras, mercury glass containers, votives and bottles. “I’m probably a bit partial, but it was the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen,” Kayla says of their fabric-draped dinner tent. “It was my dream come true!”
The table numbers were applied to antique transferware plates that my mother-in-law and I had purchased at antique shops, Kayla says.
The couple chose When I Say I Do by Matthew West for their first dance. We wanted something beautiful and slow that gave words to how we were feeling, and this song says it all! says Kayla.
The gates to the ranch were hung with two monogrammed daisy signs, signifying the couple's last names.
Framed seating charts along with wedding photos of the couple's great grandparents, grandparents and parents hung on the vintage barn doors in the reception tent.
Flanking the table and the entrance to the reception were two vintage barn doors, adding to the rustic vibe of the space.
Claire, the couple’s five-year-old flower girl, wore a custom-made dress from Elena Collection on Etsy.com. “Her monogrammed sash, baby’s breath halo and moss basket of rose petals made her look like an angel,” recalls Kayla.
The two small roses on Owen's lapel were paired with tiny scabiosa pods.
Guests were invited to choose their own seat, as requested by an adorable chalkboard sign.
Kayla wore a gorgeous, glittery pair of Kate Spade slingbacks.
Vintage lounge furniture gave guests a place to rest and chat over cocktails between the ceremony and reception.
Because of the outdoor setting, and knowing how hot June can be in Texas, I wanted our programs to be fans, Kayla says. A good friend and artist created the handwritten programs adorned with hand-drawn, soft floral accents.
The eight bridesmaids wore floor-length, mint green chiffon dresses by Donna Morgan.
The maids carried bouquets of peach roses with succulents and dusty miller for added texture.
The wedding party dresses in light-colored attire for the outdoor celebration, a must in the Texas heat. The ladies wore mint-green chiffon dresses while the men wore tan linen, slim-fit suits.
Low arrangements of hydrangeas, stock, alstroemeria and hanging amaranthus sat in clear, footed vases on the reception tables.
A band of rhinestone brooches ran through the middle of Kayla’s bouquet of pink and ivory garden roses. “It was a different approach to the brooch design—a way to incorporate the trend but not outshine the beautiful roses!” she says.
Kayla's ivory alencon lace and silk shantung gown was named Poppy Trumpet. It was custom-tailored for me by Matthew Christopher dropping the back into a deep V with buttons extending the length of the chapel train. It wasn’t what I had planned, but it was perfect! she says.
The bride and groom's chairs were designated by the pastel ribbons that hung along the top rungs.
The four-tier wedding cake was decorated with the couple's monogram and topped with fresh flowers.  The entire confection was iced in cream cheese frosting.