& Keegan Hall
Photography by Kelsey Lanae Photography
October 10, 2021 / Collinsville
MADELINE AND KEEGAN met in middle school and dated for seven years before getting engaged. Keegan popped the question at the Fort Worth Japanese Garden, which is one of Madeline’s favorite places.
The couple toured The French Farmhouse when it was fairly new; the venue’s atmosphere and owners drew them in.
“It was so charming, and when I walked in, I knew it was the place I wanted to celebrate our marriage with our loved ones,” Madeline said.
Madeline owns Trophy Blooms, a floral shop in Southlake. Because flowers are a big part of her life, she knew that they would be central to her overall wedding design. The flowers she wanted to use inspired their wedding’s color palette—blush, white, light orange, and terra cotta. From the stationery to the reception decor, florals were worked in wherever possible and tied everything together.
HOW THEY CUSTOMIZED
For the reception, Madeline wanted a light and airy feel. The white blooms with pops of orange and blush paired well with the natural wood elements of the venue. As a special activity for the bridal party, Madeline and her bridesmaids made their bouquets the day before the wedding. Madeline’s favorite detail was the fireplace. The couple stationed their sweetheart table in front of a mantle adorned with flowing florals.
The ceremony took place outdoors under the “Two-becoming-one” tree, and Asian Strings of McKinney filled the ceremony space with tranquil music. The natural beauty and sound of strings created a dreamy, romantic ambiance.
When they were officially pronounced husband and wife, it felt like a weight had been lifted, the bride said. After years of building upon their relationship, it was an incredible moment for Madeline and Keegan.