Bachelor Nation’s Madison Prewett got her happy ending in the end.
The season 24 contestant of The Bachelor, 26, married Grant Troutt, 26, at his parents’ home in Dallas, Texas on Saturday in front of 400 of their best friends and family, which included Bachelor Nation alums Victoria Fuller, Hannah Ann Sluss and Kelley Flanagan.
‘It’s like heaven knew I needed you. 10.29.22,’ the bride gushed in the caption of a series of Instagram snaps taken during the ceremony, along with a white heart emoji.
In fact, the fashion brand created all her wedding weekend ensembles, which included her outfit for her bridal brunch.
The glam squad also included makeup artist Natalie Mas, who was specially picked by the bride because she always makes her ‘feel glamorous while still feeling like myself’, and hair stylist Chrissy Rasmussen from The Habit Salon.
As for the groom, he looked handsome in a classy and classic black tuxedo with a white shirt, black bow tie and dress shoes.
Magical: The Bachelor star Madison Prewett married Grant Troutt at his parents’ home in Dallas, Texas on Saturday in front of 400 of their best friends and family
Bling: The bride showed off her engagement ring during the weeding festivities
The musical duo Caleb and Kelsey were also on hand to sing during the ceremony.
Their special day, planned with Engaged Events Dallas, occurred just three months after their engagement and eight months into their relationship.
‘We chose this location because it’s unique and special to us and having all our friends and family there means so much,’ Prewett, 26, revealed. ‘I have always wanted to get married in the fall and we wanted a short engagement, so it couldn’t be more perfect.”
Once the happy couple and their guests made it to the reception, they were treated to an assortment of food, including beef tenderloin and herb-roasted roasted chicken.
While Jordan Kahn served as the reception band, they changed it up for the first dance, and snuggled together along to Brandon Lake’s Set of 2.
Ladies time: Prewett, an Alabama native, shared a series of snaps of her the pre-wedding festivities, which included striking a few poses with her bridesmaids: ‘That day before feeling,’ she shared in the caption
Reality world: The bride starred on season 24 of The Bachelor that aired from January to March 2020; Prewett was the runner-up for Peter Weber
For the wedding cake, the bride had the idea of it being the ‘centerpiece’ of the reception.
‘I chose to keep it all white with gold details,’ she explained. ‘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 also able to make my vision come to life.’
After all the celebrating with family and friends, the newlyweds will first spend two nights in Dallas and then head to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for a week, which leaves them plenty of time to talk about their future.
‘What we are most excited for is a lifetime together. We are most looking forward to walking out God’s purpose for our life together,’ the reality star confessed, adding, ‘We can’t wait to get plugged into a local church and host community in our new home!’
The fast track: The couple met in December 2021, and got engaged this past July
Prewett was among the contestants in season 24 of The Bachelor, which starred Peter Weber in search of a lifelong partner beginning in January 2020.
It ended two months later with Hannah Ann Sluss initially being named the winner to become Weber’s fiancée. But drama ensued during the After The Final Rose, where it was revealed that Weber and Sluss had ended their engagement due to Weber being unsure about his feeling.
While Weber and runner-up Madison Prewett admitted to still having feelings for each other, they ultimately decided not to pursue a relationship.
That turned out to be welcome news for Troutt, who wound up meeting Prewett in December 2021.
On the fast track to the alter, they got engaged this past July, which left them with those three months to pull off their magical wedding day.
Party time: After the celebration with family and friends, the newlyweds are spending two days in Dallas before heading to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for a week
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