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Elegant Farmhouse Wedding After COVID Had this Couple Wed Twice

by Brynlee Handy

Katelyn and Blake are so in love, they got hitched twice – once in a COVID ceremony of immediate family only and then again in this elegant farmhouse wedding captured by Rachel Driskell Photography! In a simplistic day accented subtly with boho florals and textures, this couple celebrated with extended family and friends alike. Having to change their original plans due to COVID-19 and planning a wedding in the middle of a pandemic, they didn’t exactly know what to expect. Now in their Brenham, Texas-set elegant farmhouse wedding, a palette of navy, gold, and white washed over the venue in tasteful tidbits of understated design shrouded with greenery. Katelyn looked too good to be true in a formfitting Wtoo by Watters gown from Bridal Boutique Lewisville, covered in opulent beaded lace and paired with a dreamy veil that she wore down the aisle to the start of their forever. Though it’s easy to get lost in the craziness of it all, these two managed to keep each other grounded and never lost sight of the true purpose of the day. “The most important thing about the wedding was getting to marry my now-husband,” says Katelyn. “When it came down to the day none of the little details mattered to me.” The details in their delicate day were almost too precious for our hearts to take! Katelyn and Blake even incorporated a little fun with beer burros and more. See it all in their gorgeous elegant farmhouse wedding gallery down below. Plus, read on for a note from the bride about one of her favorite wedding day memories. Cheers to the Kopetskys!

Photo // Rachel Driskell Photography

From the bride: “The most special part of the day was our last dance alone in the reception. We got to soak in the crazy nine hours that had just flown by and take in the fact that we were celebrating being Mr. & Mrs. Kopetsky.”

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