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Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is steeped in Dallas history. Over a century has passed since the original estate of a cotton baron was first built off Turtle Creek Boulevard. Though much has changed in Dallas since its inception, the tradition of elegance and hospitality that first began in this historic home lives on today at the Mansion, the most celebrated hotel and restaurant in Texas. One of the most romantic hotels in Dallas, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek retains the intimate ambiance of the private residence it once was. Meticulously restored interiors and impeccable service, attentive associates and thoughtful amenities make it an icon among Dallas luxury hotels.
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Ornate and feminine in design, this romantic garden wedding inspiration at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek seems to be dripping with gilded elegance. Stately paperie by Brown Fox Creative immediately grabs attention, steals hearts and sends your guests an invitation fit for the royal wedding. Their beautifully scripted menus and table numbers emblazoned with regal antique gold wax seals further
Through all of the highs and lows of 2020, we can confidently say one thing – this year brought some of the BEST wedding trends we’ve ever seen, and we’re overjoyed to get to share them with you! Each year, we love looking back and remembering the trends that stood out to us, and 2020 is no different. There’s no
Nothing says romance more than a European-inspired wedding! With intimate ceremony and reception spaces, these nine European-inspired North Texas wedding venues are sure to bring all the amore and intimacy you’re looking for in your wedding day. Complete with breathtaking landscape, stunning architectural elements, and unique European-inspired decor and accents, you’re sure to find something about each of these venues
You don’t have to be a great writer to write great wedding vows. Maybe you’re like a Leslie Knope (Parks and Recreation) when it comes to writing your wedding vows — “The first draft of my vows, which I wrote the day after we got engaged, clocked in at around 70 pages.” Or you might be more of a Bella Swan (Twilight) — “When I
Gracing the pages – and cover – of the Brides of North Texas Spring/Summer 2020 issue, our Wayfare fashion editorial is everything we dreamed it would be. Our team was inspired by the fashion and architecture seen in worldwide travels when conceptualizing this fashion story. The soft, airy imagery from Rachel Elaine Photography expertly captured every last punchy hue and
The wait is finally over! Join our team in celebrating the release of the Spring/Summer 2020 issue… and with that, we’re unveiling the brand spanking new cover, captured by the oh-so-talented Rachel Elaine Photography! Our Wayfare editorial, inspired by the fashion and architecture of worldwide travels, is filled to the brim with high-end, ultra-feminine bridal styles. But the one look
At the end of each year, we love to look back and see which trends made an impact on the North Texas wedding scene. In this particular recap, we’re revisiting the biggest cake and catering trends we saw over the past year! DFW’s culinary creatives knocked it out of the park, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to see what
Ciao! Let this editorial from Corinne Sullivan at Weddings by StarDust transport you to Italy for that Amalfi Coast magic. Amongst the terra cotta hue of Rosewood Mansion, each detail of this balmy shoot came to life. The warm blooms from R. Love Floral, filled with peonies and roses, complemented the bits of blue scattered throughout the decor. A tiered cake from XO Cakery used a