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A Ranch-Inspired At-Home Wedding in Houston, Texas

For their wedding, Milly and Stephen played up the country vibe of their ranch locale with organic elements like wood accents and rustic, vintage prop

For their wedding, Milly and Stephen played up the country vibe of their ranch locale with organic elements like wood accents and rustic, vintage props. A color palette of pink and dusty blue softened the effect, adding a feminine, Spring vibe to the day.

Milly let her bridesmaids chose the style of their dusty blue dresses.
Antlers, slices of wood and simple floral arrangements in cheerful blue mason jars topped all of the tables during cocktail hour.
The couple treated their guests to a hand rolled cigars, a Southern tradition.
White tuberose made for a fragrant addition to Milly's pastel pink peony and dahlia bouquet.
The ruffly layers of Milly and Stephen's cake had a subtle ombre effect.
The bridesmaids carried a bright mix of pink blooms including peonies, stock, roses and vibrantly colored ranunculuses.
Arrangements of ivory, pink and peach blossoms decorated the pillars on either side of the ceremony altar. The finishing touch --- an deer skull placed on each to tie into the day's rustic, ranch theme.
Before the ceremony, the couple took photos in the expansive golden fields surrounding the ranch.
The newlyweds showed off their three-tier cake on a table made from vintage barrels.
Wooden planter boxes gave the the hydrangea and rose centerpieces a simple, organic look.
Up on a hill overlooking the valley below, Milly and Stephen exchanged vows in an intimate, outdoor ceremony.