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“When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not wholly reap the corners of your field; you shall leave them for the poor and the stranger.”

- Leviticus 19: 9-10

Our goal at Harvest Field Farm has always been to help our clients realize their personal visions for their weddings and special events. We’re in the business of creating experiences you and your guests will want to remember forever. We believe that every element of your celebration should be special and uniquely you!


Get to know the owner

Where did you grow up? I grew up in Texas, the latter part in the Hill Country–Boerne (back when it wasn’t cool to live there!) My husband grew up on the other side of the world in Pakistan and then came to the United States as an immigrant student.

What did you study in school? I have a BFA from the University of North Texas in Art Education. However, I haven’t used my degree in traditional ways, but LOVE to apply my education to everything I do now.

What’s your family like? Ali and I have been married for over 30 years. Now that our 4 kids are out of the house, I wondered what we’d do with the rest of our lives and this beautiful place we live in that we love to share with others! In many ways, opening a venue has simply formalized what I’ve loved to do for years–creating beautiful events with a crazy level of attention to detail for people I care about.

What’s the story behind Harvest Field Farm? Harvest Field Farm began when we found a place to spread out a little bit and give our kids a chance to know a life outside the city. We wanted some land with an opportunity to grow some food and have some animals that I was nostalgic about when I was growing up in the Hill Country. We found this house in Rockwall and before we walked away from our first tour of the place, the kids had already picked their rooms and I’d already fallen in love with this amazing space. Over the years, we’ve added a barn, chicken coop, guest house, pavilion, and gardens.

What do you think makes a successful event? A successful event for me takes on the personality of the one creating it and exceeds even their own expectations. A successful event is unique and has elements that may never be seen again, but made THIS particular event a one-of-a-kind. A successful event may not be problem-free (no events are), but issues are tucked in smoothly and challenges are problem-solved with as little distraction as possible. We absorb the stress so that patrons can simply enjoy being at the event. We hope that an event here at the farm is memorable for all the right reasons. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Everything You Need to Know

Do you just do weddings?

We can host so much more than weddings. Here's an idea of what we can do: dinners, receptions, anniversary parties, team-building events, baby and bridal showers, workshops, sip & paint nights, cookie decorating classes... the list goes on and on!

Who does the setup and breakdown of the tables and chairs?

We are happy to handle all set up of tables, chairs and various furniture for your event! Furniture set up is included in our wedding packages, and is an optional package for our hourly events.

Can I come see the space?

Yes! We would be happy to give you a scheduled walk-through and answer any questions to help you make your decision to book. Contact us for an appointment. 

In the barn we have 3 antique chandeliers, beautiful Edison bulb lighting, and track lighting. In the covered pavilion we have 3 rustic chandeliers and Edison bulb lighting. In the outdoor chapel we have Edison bulb lighting under the sky.

What is the lighting like?

Is smoking allowed?

Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside any of the buildings but is permitted where there is concrete or paving (patios, pavilion). However, all cigarette butts must be put into an appropriate container for disposal (ash buckets), which can be provided). No illegal drugs of any kind are to be used on the premises.

How do I hold a date?

If the date is available, we will offer a 7-day soft hold while details are discussed and a contract is generated. A hold is not secure until a signed contract is returned with the required initial deposit. 

Can two events happen simultaneously on my event day?

It is possible for our hourly events, but it is extremely rare; and we never book two weddings simultaneously. Because we offer such a curated and special experience for each client, we try not to book more than 1 at a time. We want to make sure you are our #1 priority!

Are pets allowed?

Service and Emotional Support Animals are perfectly welcome. There is an elderly dog and cat that live on-premises but are well-behaved and get along with other animals and people. Please alert us ahead of the event if service animals will be coming.

What forms of payment do you take?

We accept checks and electronic payments through Venmo or Zelle, or debit/credit cards for a small processing fee.

When can we start setting up for our event?

For hourly rentals, your setup time starts at the beginning of your contracted rental time.

For a wedding or reception, your setup time will be determined on a case by case basis, but we will allow ample time to get everything in place. We do encourage any guests not assisting with setup to refrain from coming until 30 min prior to the event to ensure staff is fully able to prepare.

When do I need to have everything out of the space?

We require everything to be out of the rental space at the end of your contracted rental time. A charge of $50/day will incur until the remaining items are picked up. 

Are there other fees?

All costs will be itemized on your venue rental contract. We try to be as transparent as possible with pricing, so no hidden fees! In the event there is a change in plans that warrants an additional charge after the contract has been established, an additional invoice will be sent after the event, but we will be sure to communicate throughout.

What are your rules for serving alcohol?

The venue will not pick up or sell any alcoholic beverages, but you are allowed to serve them if you wish. We do require a licensed bartender on site to serve the alcoholic beverages, and a security guard may be required. 

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