A Casual Bohemian Wedding at Rathvinden Farm in Belgrade, Montana

On the day of her wedding to Eric Kofer, Anne Stoner woke at sunrise to gather wildflowers with her mom. These flowers made up her DIY bouquet, and they also symbolized the wedding themes: natural, bohemian and casual. "We were married just outside of Bozeman, Montana, where we live at the foothills of the Bridger Mountains on a permaculture-focused flower farm," Anne says. "With families coming from the East Coast and West Coast, we wanted to highlight all that we love about Montana." The couple let the venue's natural beauty shine by using minimal decorations, including flowers harvested at the farm and wood accents. "Our open-air venue was beautifully draped with lights, and we used furniture for most of our décor," the couple says. "We kept the reception barn tables mostly natural with simple table runners woven with fairy lights and galvanized vases." The night ended with a  beautiful rainbow stretching over the peaceful fields. 
Our favorite #MakeTradition moment: The couple's wedding revolved around flowers. "We brought soil from both our childhood homes and our land in Montana, and we planted flower seeds during our ceremony," they say. "Soil roots us in place, but flowers are a joyous moment in time. They bring the farm to the table, and they connect us to the earth in a celebratory and festive way."