A James P. Davis Hall Wedding in Kansas City, Kansas

Katie and Marshall wanted their day to reflect their fun, eclectic personalities, so they chose a rustic, vintage theme that celebrated their love for

Katie and Marshall wanted their day to reflect their fun, eclectic personalities, so they chose a rustic, vintage theme that celebrated their love for the outdoors.

The rustic dessert table featured candy, cupcakes and a blue and white ombre cake.
Family and friends built the eight-foot cross that served as the altar. It was draped with a piece of turquoise burlap and decorated with colorful wildflowers.
The DIY favors were wildflower seeds in glass vials with tags that read Thank you for growing with us.
Katie's backless Essense of Australia gown featured a long train. My mom cried when I tried it on, and then I knew it was the one, says Katie.
The bridesmaids wore vibrant pink watercolor print dresses, with a trendy hi-low skirt.
The centerpieces, made up of vintage bottles filled with colorful wildflowers, served as a living table runner when placed directly along the center of the eight-foot tables.
The couple's flower girl, Marshall's niece, wore a hot pink lace dress and cowboy boots. She carried a carnation and daisy pomander with ribbon handles.
A mix of tulips (Katie's favorite flower), peonies, ranunculuses, garden roses, blue thistle, succulents and seeded eucalyptus made up the bridal bouquet.
The couple's three-tier turquoise ombre cake had ruffled buttercream frosting.
The low tulip centerpieces in milk glass vases offset the higher glass bottle wildflower centerpieces.
The bridesmaid bouquets were a vibrant mix of sunflowers, roses, daisies, billy balls and zinnias.
The aisle was lined with rose petals and stumps adorned with turquoise mason jars filled with wildflowers.
The centerpieces featured various wildflowers displayed in wood crates.
Marshall wore a white tulip boutonniere, accented with celosia and a tiny jeweled love charm.