Texas wedding day at the Farmhouse. This white farmhouse wedding in Montgomery, Texas, is a celebration of Ben and Andrea’s love and their gorgeous eye for detail! Andrea had always dreamed of her wedding day, and she got the chance to make her dreams a reality in February 2020. The couple met at the University of Houston and got engaged during the fireworks at Disney World – it makes perfect sense they would create a magical wedding day!
With the powerhouse Texas wedding team of Beat Box Portraits and Chancey Charm Dallas at their side, they found the perfect venue at The Farmhouse and brought in dreamy color, personal details, and their family heritage to create a beautifully memorable day.
Leave it to the Chancey Charm Dallas team to create the most stunning wedding flat lays! The gorgeous navy and white invitations with a custom crest by Brown Fox Creative were surrounded by the handmade paper and wax seal escort cards that guests would receive, along with some of the heirloom details that the couple incorporated into their wedding traditions and the bride’s gorgeous glittery heels!
How they decided on their wedding style –
I envisioned something classic with a touch of modernity to it. Something light but with a pop of color! I knew blue would be one of my colors for a very long time, but the overall palette was solidified when we chose February as our date. Not quite spring, but not quite winter, I think the palette was a perfect choice. I wanted the wedding to feel timeless. Liz did an incredible job of matching textures and colors to create that feel for me. With regards to the location, I don’t even remember how I came across the Farmhouse, but I knew once I saw it that was where we were supposed to be married. It was everything; timeless, romantic, rustic, classic.
How she chose her timeless Monique Lhuillier wedding dress –
I originally had my eye on another Monique Lhuillier dress from a few seasons back. Carine’s Bridal Atelier happened to be having an upcoming Monique Lhuillier trunk show, so I called ML and they offered to ship the exact dress I wanted to try at the trunk show. Lo and behold, that wasn’t the dress I ended up choosing. Do any brides actually buy the first dress they think is “it”? While perusing the atelier, I came across the Emerson dress and was floored. I knew before I even put it on that it was my dress. From there, the pieces just fell into place. I knew that a plain cathedral length veil would be perfect, as well as the headpiece I happened upon in BHLDN. I ended up finding a stunning beaded peach sash on Etsy as well! The shoes are the best part of the story though. While shopping with my mom, we went into Jimmy Choo just to see if they had any styles that were matching the vision in my head of what I wanted. I ended up finding a gorgeous sparkling pair of Romys that were just captivating… and HALF OFF. I couldn’t believe it. They also only had one pair left in my size! One of those “meant to be” moments.
Their signature dusty blue wedding color made an appearance in the bridesmaid dresses from Birdy Grey – each attendant chose her own dress style in the color scheme, and the bridesman wore a navy blue suit!
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