Beaumont Weddings ~ Amy and Trey

We began our beautiful sun-shining day with Amy and her girls brunching at Bistro Le Monde, the posh French cafe on Dowlen:

bistro le monde beaumont

bistro le monde beaumont

Pleasantly full and ready for the big day ahead, everyone met over at Trey’s mother’s gorgeous home in Old Town – where puppies were underfoot, hairspray was thick in the air, and light curls of smoke could be seen over a flat iron or two:

bride and bridesmaids getting ready

bride and bridesmaids getting ready

bride and bridesmaids getting ready

bride and bridesmaids getting ready

Properly coifed, we made our way downtown to First United Methodist Church – beautiful historic building, where the bridesmaids and bride applied the finishing touches:

first united methodist church beaumont

wedding rings

bride and bridesmaids getting ready

bride and bridesmaids getting ready

I love this moment between Amy and her mom:

bride and her mother

bride and bridesmaids getting ready

Wow, you’ll never see a more gorgeous bride.

Oh, and Trey was there too! 🙂

groom and his men arriving

groom and his men getting ready

groom and his men getting ready

The Fabulous Tamara Menges of Tamara Menges Designs fastens one of her signature boutonnières to Trey:

groom getting his boutonniere fastened

Everything perfect, the moment has arrived:

bride and her father about to walk down the aisle

More next time! 🙂

This year we wanted to make the blog posts a little more personal, so we’re including some questions and answers from Mr and Mrs Trey:

What was your favorite memory of the day? Of course marrying my honey was the best part. Next to that, my favorite memory was getting ready in the church dressing room with my moms and bridesmaids. The girls and I made a deal that if one of us fell during the ceremony, all of us would fall, that way no one got embarrassed…. Luckily no one fell.

What was your favorite detail? My favorite detail was my “Something Blue”. It was my nephew, Christopher’s, favorite blue binky and it was placed in my bouquet. He passed away from cancer a few years ago and he is sorely missed. It was important to me to have his memory incorporated into the ceremony and I know he was there in spirit.

Do you have any advice for future brides and grooms on the big day? Stay calm, it’s just a wedding.

Funniest moment from your wedding day? It would had to of been during the ceremony when my niece, Prudence, asked me why I was dressed like a princess.

Would you change anything if you could do it all over again? Yes. I would’ve tried the food at the reception. I was running around the whole time and I didnt stop to eat.

Where did you go on your honeymoon? Las Vegas, Nevada and Pagosa Springs, Colorado!

More next time!

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