A Rustic Ranch Wedding in Washington, TX

The Bride Rebecca Sutherland, 31, a project manager at MRM Worldwide The Groom Adam Miller, 32, director of sales at Union Fish Co. The DateApril 14

The Bride Rebecca Sutherland, 31, a project manager at MRM Worldwide The Groom Adam Miller, 32, director of sales at Union Fish Co. The DateApril 14 Rebecca and Adam wed at a particularly meaningful venue: her family's private ranch. Handmade elements, like the ceremony stage and arch, made the day even more sentimental. To match the setting, they used an organic palette of sage, light blue and custard accented with pops of coral.

Misty Blue by Dorothy Moore felt perfect for us, says Rebecca.
Rustic Head Table
Lemonade Stand
Mason jars filled with loose flowers hung from trees surrounding the lounge seating area.
The couple served a creme brulée cake covered in a thick layer of buttercream.
Green-striped straws complemented the pastel Hendricks cocktails made with cucumber and soda.
Shaped like Mason jars, the unique programs included tissues for any happy tears the guests shed.
An assortment of tarts and pies rested on charming pedestals made from stacked logs.
Earthy bunches of moss and succulents embellished the chairs along the aisle.
Rebecca carried a loosely tied, organic bouquet similar to the other arrangements.
Together, the two families felled trees from the ranch, which Rebecca's father then crafted into the tall arch that framed the nuptials.
Rustic Boutonniere
Mini antique bottles held various local flowers and created a casual vibe for the outdoor party.
Wild-looking thistle, tulips, wax flowers and peonies looked as if they had been plucked from the ranch.
Weathered wooden signs announced the couple's names and wedding date.
To introduce their rustic theme, the couple printed their invitations on thin sheets of wood.
Rustic cards clothespinned to strips of lace channeled a natural, but elegant vibe.