What a magical Hotel Crescent Court wedding for our couple, Lauren and Ronnie.
Lauren and Ronnie worked together in oil & gas, and they hit it off immediately. They both bonded over their strong love for their children and family. Lauren had one beautiful daughter and Ronnie had three older children. Ronnie is a wonderful man that treated Lauren’s daughter, Piper, like a princess.
They dated and were in no rush to get married. But when they had their second son together, Lauren’s daughter asked why they weren’t married like the other parents. So they decided they would take the plunge and get married.
They had been engaged for over a year when they finally started planning. Lauren knew she needed help after a meeting with a florist left her feeling confused and unprepared. That’s when she found me! We quickly bonded over our shared love for a dirty martini with blue cheese olives. What more could you ask for than having the same go-to cocktail?
This was a second marriage for them both. Lauren didn’t want anything extravagant. She wanted to marry the man she loved with her closest family and friends around. They had under 100 guests and it was the perfect number.
Lauren’s dress was elegant and romantic. She looked like a dream standing next to her bridesmaids, who all wore varying styles in the same blush pink shade.
The wedding was held at the Hotel Crescent Court in Dallas. The Crescent is known for its air of luxury and style. The ceremony was held in the courtyard with beautiful flowers and greens surrounding the area.
Lauren’s dad walked her down the aisle, sending her off to Ronnie as the couple made their vows and officially tied the knot.
As the guests made their way to the cocktail hour, they were greeted by a grand flower display in which cards were strung, telling the guests which table was theirs. Guests enjoyed a cocktail or two while the newlyweds shared a few precious moments alone.
The reception space was draped in the same dreamy shade of pink. The florals were all in varying shades of pink with gold accents throughout. The main centerpiece had a whimsical touch, resembling a gold tree with outstretched branches.
When the guests were settled in, the bridal party made their entrance. They came in by the pair showing off their fabulous dance moves, one by one until the bride and groom had their moment, walking in through a tunnel of their bridesmaids and groomsmen.
Lauren and Ronnie’s Crescent Hotel Dallas wedding was the perfect combination of excitement and romance. They celebrated their love in a way they didn’t think they would. At the end of the night, they shared a moment alone before riding off in their getaway car, completely capturing the essence of their wedding. Their wedding was a chance to show everyone how much they love each other, and that they did.
Vendors for Lauren and Ronnie’s Hotel Crescent Court Wedding
- Beauty – Beauty by Nicki Gazlay
- Bridal Styling – Warren Barron
- Bridal Styling – Monique Lhuillier
- Bridal Styling – Black Girl, White Dress
- Cinema – Mason Jar Films
- Entertainment – Uptown Violins
- Entertainment – Next Level Entertainment
- Florals – Haute Floral
- Officiant – Love Notes
- Photography – Bethany Erin Photography
- Rentals & Decor – La Tavola
- Rentals & Decor – Bella Acento
- Stationary – EnDash
- Venue, Catering, & Bar – Hotel Crescent Court
- Dallas Wedding Planning – Southern Affairs Weddings & Events
This beautiful celebration was planned and designed by us, Southern Affairs Weddings & Events. Find out more about our services and contact us for more information about how we can create your perfect day.