A Bohemian, Music-Themed Wedding at Taylor Maid Farms in Occidental, California

                    Jayme Burns (31 and an employment civil rights lawyer) always stood in the front row while Jeremy Walker (38 and a satellite eng

Jayme Burns (31 and an employment civil rights lawyer) always stood in the front row while Jeremy Walker (38 and a satellite engineer) jammed with his band, sharing a love for music that brought them together. After falling madly in love and getting engaged, Jayme and Jeremy knew they wanted to incorporate their passion for tunes throughout their celebration. The nuptials took place on the camping grounds at Taylor Maid Farms in Occidental, California, where Jeremy sang a cover of "La via en rose" by Jean-Marie Dang as Jayme walked down the aisle. Jayme chose a white boho-chic wedding dress with a V-neck and lace, plus a tuberose flower crown to complete her free-spirited look. The rest of the day's activities took place in the clearing surrounded by woodland, where Jayme and Jeremy made their grand entrance while playing a song together on the guitar.  A large dream catcher dangled from a branch frame, where friends and family members wrote their hopes and dreams for the couple's future. After a full day of dancing and singing, we loved that the celebration wrapped up with a campfire singalong led by Jayme and Jeremy—ending the wedding on the right note. "Jeremy is calm and I am manic, but we create a harmonic balance through our shared love of music," Jayme says. See more of these bohemian details from this music-themed wedding, below.

Jayme wore a flower crown made of white tuberoses on her head, which helped shape the bohemian look she envisioned. The crown went perfectly with the ivory V-neck dress accented in lace.
Jayme’s gold jewelry contributed to the wedding's bohemian look. She sported a pair of gold-leaf dangling earrings accented with crystals, which matched her long gold-leaf charm necklace.
One of the bridesmaids made all the flower crowns for the wedding. This included the flower girl’s crown, arranged with bright pink and white blooms.
Jayme let all her bridesmaids pick out their dresses in any shade of white. The girls ended up purchasing a variety of long and short gowns in different styles from either Free People or vintage shops, going along with the bohemian look.
Jayme and Jeremy got married on the wooden deck at Taylor Maid Farms in Occidental, California, where they stood at the railing that overlooked miles of woodlands. Colorful blooms lined the aisle that added pops of color to the setup, and blossoms draped over wooden beams from above.
Jayme and Jeremy shared their first kiss at their woodland ceremony, where they incorporated their love for music. Their two good friends sang before the ceremony began, and Jeremy sang “La Vie en Rose” as Jayme walked down the aisle.
Guests wrote their hopes and dreams for Jayme and Jeremy’s future on pieces of paper, then attached them to the large dream catcher made of wood for them to hold onto.
Jayme searched for a bohemian-style dress with a simple look, and came across the ivory Nicole Miller dress perfect for the occasion. The gown's deep V-neck trimmed with light lace matched the rest of lace-accented silhouette.
After the ceremony, the rest of the day’s activities took place around the woodland opening at Taylor Maid Farms in Occidental, California. Later on, Jayme and Jeremy and their friends and family sat on wooden benches around the fire pit, where everyone sang campfire songs and listened to the sweet acoustic melodies.
Jayme and Jeremy performed a song on their acoustic guitars during their reception entrance, showing their love for music, which brought them together.
The wedding party embodied a soft color scheme filled with blues, whites and light brown. The bridesmaids embodied the bohemian style of the day with their various off-white dresses from thrift shops or Free People, while the groomsmen sported beige suits for the occasion.
An iron candelabra holding up white candles created a romantic glow to the wooden dining table displays, decorated with various DIY accents. Guests drank out of mason jars set on the wooden surface of dining tables.
To close out the evening's celebration, Jayme and Jeremy sat around the campfire with their acoustic guitars for a singalong session with all their friends and family members.