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Madison Prewett is married to the man of her dreams.
The former Bachelor education contestant, 26, married Grant Troutt Saturday at his parents’ home in Dallas, Texas. The couple exchanged vows in front of 400 friends and relatives, including: Bachelor education Nation favorites Victoria Fuller, Hannah Ann Sluss and Kelley Flanagan.
“We chose this location because it is unique and special to us and that all our friends and family there means so much,” Prewett, 26, tells PEOPLE exclusively of the celebration, which was photographed by Megan Kay Photography and filmed by The Crakes . “I’ve always wanted to get married in the fall and we wanted a short engagement, so it couldn’t be more perfect.”
The romantic occasion comes three months after Prewett and Troutt’s whirlwind engagement, which took place just eight months into their relationship. They teamed up with Whitney Bailey of Engaged Events to create a memorable romantic event.
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For Prewett, it was crucial that her wedding be “as unique as possible to me” — though she did borrow some set inspiration from a fellow Bachelor Nation star.
“Raven Gates Gottschalk is also married in Dallas and we use the same florist, Something Pretty Florals,” she told Gates Gottschalk, who also attended the ceremony. “Her’s was beautiful, so we got a lot of inspiration from that.”
Prewett held a bridal brunch the day before Saturday’s wedding. And along with Troutt, a 26-year-old speaker and pastor of athletes and churches, the couple hosted a rehearsal dinner for family and friends Friday night.
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Gearing up for the big day ahead, Prewett wore a “special” custom Victoria’s Secret robe, with her new last name on the back, as she got her hair and makeup done. Her bridal party — which consisted of two bridesmaids and six bridesmaids — also wore comfy Victoria’s Secret cami sets before donning their The Bar gowns.
Prewett’s hair was done by her trusted stylist Chrissy Rasmussen of The Habit Salon. The reality star “couldn’t imagine anyone else doing my hair for my wedding day,” she says.
As for her makeup, she recruited Makeup by Natalie Mas for the job because the artist always makes her “feel glamorous while still feeling myself.”
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Prewett walked down the aisle to NewSong’s “When God Made You,” dressed in a Nardos Design custom gown. The brand has specially created all of her looks for her wedding weekend. (Music duo Caleb and Kelsey sang during the ceremony.)
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The Prewett and Troutt theme “classy and elegant” continued at the reception. The tables were decorated with flowers arranged by Something Pretty Floral, as well as candles and charger boards with menus on them. The menus are designed by Sincerely, Addison who also designed the couple’s invitations, seating chart, and programs.
Jordan Kahn served as the reception band. But when they shared their first dance, Prewett and Troutt danced to Brandon Lake’s “Set of 2.”
Guests were also treated to an assortment of food, including beef tenderloin and roasted chicken with herbs.
But the couple’s wedding cake was the star of the show. “I wanted our wedding cake to be the centerpiece of our reception. I chose to keep it all white with gold details,” she says. “I had heard about Fancy Cakes by Lauren and was told she was the best. When Grant and I did our cake tasting, not only did they taste amazing, but she was able to bring my vision to life!”
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At the end of the day, Prewett and Troutt are aware that their day would not have been a success without their families completely in their corners.
“Truly, none of this would have been possible without the support of our families,” she says. “They mean the world to us and we are so grateful for all their help during this time!”
After the wedding, Prewett says, the newlyweds will spend two nights in Dallas and then go to Cabo for a week,” which she is “so excited” about. But more importantly, the newlyweds can’t wait to see what’s next. has in store for them.
“What we look forward to most is a lifetime together,” she concludes. “We are most looking forward to sharing God’s purpose for our lives together. We can’t wait to join a local church and host community in our new home!”