A Rustic Vineyard Wedding in Santa Fe, TX

The Bride Jessica Pass, 28, a licensed marriage and family therapist with Teen and Family Services The Groom Richard Haskell, 33, a loan officer for S

The Bride Jessica Pass, 28, a licensed marriage and family therapist with Teen and Family Services The Groom Richard Haskell, 33, a loan officer for Southwest Funding The Date October 29 Jessica and Richard started with a traditional fall color scheme of orange, honey, and cream. They planned the rest of the details with those organic hues in mind, layering in purple accents to pull in the wine theme of their venue, and adding rustic decor like chalkboards and wood signs.

Rolled Fabric Flower Belt
These pearl-embellished peep-toe heels brought a hint of vintage glamour to Jessica's look.
Jessica wore a garter with silk flowers sewn onto it- her something blue.
Flowy, short-sleeve dresses (Jessica stumbled upon them while shopping at Nordstrom) flattered all seven of the bridesmaids.
After the reception, the couple raced off in a sleek, black 1967 Jaguar.
In lieu of traditional booklets, a large chalkboard decorated with silk flowers listed the ceremony details.
Everything about the cake-from the amber fabric-flower topper to the unevenly frosted icing-kept with the natural theme of the day.
A homespun chalkboard banner at the head table distinguished where the couple would sit.
Jessica and Richard exchanged vows under the property's outdoor altar, which overlooks the fields of grapevines.
Since the wedding date was close to Halloween, a Trick or Treat sign by the dessert bar was a no-brainer.
This charming wooden sign greeted guests on their way into the ceremony.
Jessica and Richard loved that Haak Vineyards & Winery in Santa Fe felt secluded, but was only an easy 20-minute drive from Galveston.