A Boho-Chic Wedding at Degage Jazz Cafe in Maumee, Ohio

Andi Teggart (26 and works in digital marketing) and Eric Burdullis (27 and works in customer experience) met at a music festival in California, and t

Andi Teggart (26 and works in digital marketing) and Eric Burdullis (27 and works in customer experience) met at a music festival in California, and that same eclectic, outdoors vibe was carried into their bohemian nuptials. "Before we started the wedding-planning process, we decided to collectively choose two words to describe our wedding and ended up with 'authentic' and 'joyful,' " Andi says. "We chose an elegant, organic look and feel that wasn't overly rustic." With the tree-flanked Wildwood Metropark as their scenic backdrop, Andi and Eric infused a mostly neutral palette with bold pops of color, gold accents and distinctive details. While peonies weren't in season, Andi stayed true to her taste, having more than 100 of her favorite blooms flown in from Alaska for the occasion. These deep-burgundy peonies were paired with more subtle flowers and lush greenery that echoed the park's natural beauty, while handpicked pieces like vintage furniture, gold-framed mirrors and bright rugs added glamour to the outdoor space. This same contrasting style flowed effortlessly into the offbeat reception, which was held at Degage Jazz Cafe in Maumee, Ohio, and featured a brick wall adorned with delicate wildflowers. Reminiscing, Andi says, "I think the entire day truly reflected us."—Samantha Meux

Andi's close friend designed the couple's floral-inspired invitation suite.
Andi wore her hair down in soft, loose waves and completed the look with a statement flower crown featuring her special peonies.
Andi and Eric exchanged vows framed by a rustic gazebo surrounded by nature.
The fall-inspired bouquet and all the flower crowns were made by a family friend.
The bridesmaids' mismatched neutral dresses were paired with coordinating flower crowns for a distinctive yet cohesive look.
An ornate mirror positioned against a tree trunk created the perfect juxtaposition.
Andi paired her strapless gown with a bohemian headpiece, while Eric opted for a sharp navy suit.
Overlapping, colorful rugs functioned as an eclectic aisle runner and brightened the organic ceremony space.
"My mom, extended family and friends put together over 50 amazing montages of flowers, plants and gold accent pieces throughout the space," Andi says of the floral arrangements.
At the reception, a brick wall was decorated with individual flowers for a fun photo-booth backdrop. "The visual irony gave an elegant yet organic feel to the celebration," Andi says.
Andi and Eric incorporated "refined rustic" details into the decor, like this wooden tree-trunk centerpiece.
Eric's love of pie was reflected in the homemade dessert bar and these heart-shaped favors.
This flower-adorned initial paid homage to the couple's newly shared last name.