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October, 2010 in Highland Park Presbyterian Church, 3821 University Boulevard, Dallas, Texas 75205

Ceremony: Highland Park Presbyterian Church
Reception: Tower Club of Dallas Inc


Professor D

Dallas, TX, United States

"I cannot begin to tell you how much EVERYONE enjoyed the sounds of Professor D. They lite up the evening playing everything music that the young and old would love! I cannot say enough wonderful things about this band! They truly made our night so special!"


Highland Park Presbyterian Church  - Ceremony - 3821 University Blvd, Dallas, TX, 75205, United States

Highland Park Presbyterian Church

3821 University Blvd
Dallas, TX 75205, United States

"Gorgeous Church! They were so nice from every meeting and Knoxie (wedding coordinator) could not have been any sweeter!"


Tower Club of Dallas Inc - Reception - 1601 Elm Street, Dallas, TX, United States

Tower Club of Dallas Inc

1601 Elm Street
Dallas, TX, United States

"FANTASTIC! With views over looking the Dallas Skyline guests felt on top of the stars! Food was fantastic, location was incred. and Diane Dobis was so great to work with!!!!!!"


Adolphus Hotel - Hotel - 1321 Commerce St, Dallas, TX, USA

Hotel Adolphus

1321 Commerce Street
Dallas, TX 75202, United States
(214) 742-8200

"Megan helped with everything! From helping with questions to making sure guests were checked in and under our group rate, she was MORE than helpful! Such a sweet person both inside and out. The staff was FANTASTIC!"


The Joule - Hotel - 1530 Main Street, Dallas, TX, 75201, USA

The Joule, a Luxury Collection Hotel

1530 Main Street
Dallas, TX 75201, United States
(214) 261-4491


Dallas World Aquarium Zoo

403 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75202, United States

"An old warehouse at 1801 North Griffin Street, near the Historic West End District in downtown Dallas, became the original site of The Dallas World Aquarium, opening to the public in October 1992. Built in 1924, the empty warehouse had been occupied until 1982. During those years it was used for various industries, including the Mohawk Rubber Company and Pioneer Steel Rule and Die. The adjacent building at 1815 North Griffin was purchased in 1996. Built in 1929 as a warehouse for the storage of rubber goods, it was later used by a Venetian blind company in the early 50s and lastly prior to the aquarium’s expansion, as a restaurant/bar known as "Tejano Rodeo." As with the first building, the interior was completely demolished, leaving only the brick walls and support structure. The alley between the two buildings became the "channel" between the freshwater and saltwater ecosystems. The ORINOCO - Secrets of the River opened to the public in October 1997. The vacant lot at 1814 Laws Street (behind 1801 North Griffin) was purchased in May 2000 for the first newly constructed portion of the facility. Construction on the Mundo Maya exhibit started in April 2002 and opened to the public in August 2004."


Dallas Arboretum - Attraction - 8525 Garland Rd, Dallas, TX, 75218

Dallas Arboretum & Botanical

8525 Garland Road
Dallas, TX 75218, United States
(214) 515-6500

"The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens is one of the most beautiful displays of gardens in North America."


Dallas Museum of Art - Attraction - 1717 N Harwood St, Dallas, TX, United States

Dallas Museum of Art

1717 North Harwood Street
Dallas, TX 75201, United States

"The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) was founded in 1903. In 1984, the DMA moved into its current location, the 370,000-square-foot Edward Larrabee Anonymous designed building, as the first arts organization in the newly designated arts district. Today, the DMA ranks among the leading art institutions in the country and is distinguished by its innovative exhibitions and groundbreaking educational programs. The Museum’s collections contain over 23,000 works of art spanning 5,000 years of human creativity. The DMA is the only ‘encyclopedic’ (art from all cultures and periods) art museum in North Texas. The Museum is especially known for its arts of the ancient Americas, Africa, Indonesia, and South Asia; European and American painting, sculpture and decorative arts; and American and international contemporary art."


Majestic Theatre - Attraction - 1925 Elm Street, Dallas, TX, 75201, United States

Majestic Theatre

1925 Elm Street
Dallas, TX 75201, United States

"On April 11, 1921, the new Majestic Theatre opened it’s doors during the Vaudeville era. The Majestic hosted a variety of acts from Houdini to Mae West and Bob Hope. As Vaudeville began to fade and the era of talking pictures emerged, the Majestic Theatre began hosting movie premieres and their stars such as Jimmy Stewart, Gregory Peck and John Wayne. The Big Bands featuring Cab Calloway and Duke Ellington continued the tradition of live entertainment at the Majestic. On July 16, 1973 the Majestic Theatre went “dark” after the final showing of the film, “Live and Let Die”. On January 31, 1976, the Hobilitzelle Foundation, owner of the Majestic Theatre presented the theatre to the City of Dallas. Restoration where possible; Renovation where necessary was the order at the Majestic. Restoration of the Renaissance Baroque exterior and the reapplication of the 23K gold leaf to the extensive interior decorative accents and moulding were meticulously completed. Interior improvements also involved acoustics, seating, lighting and stage renovation. The Majestic Theatre was named to the National Register of Historic Places and re-opened on January 28, 1983, as an elegant center for the performing arts. At the top of the grand staircases overlooking the main lobby is the Terrace Room which is designed to accommodate a variety of affairs such as wedding receptions, meetings, company parties and dinners. The Terrace Room can comfortably accommodate a dinner party for 130 or reception up to 220 guests. With extensive catering capabilities, the Terrace Room can be a special location for intimate events."


Nasher Sculpture Center - Attraction - 2001 Flora St, Dallas, TX, United States

Nasher Sculpture Center

2001 Flora Street
Dallas, TX 75201, United States

"The main floor of the 55,000-square-foot building is divided into five equal-sized, parallel pavilions. The side walls are clad in two-inch wide slabs of Italian travertine, entirely concealing the facility’s environmental and security systems and providing a quiet setting for the presentation of sculpture. The facades at each end are fabricated from clear glass, allowing the pavilions to visually extend into the garden and creating a seamless continuity between the Center’s indoor and outdoor spaces. A unique barrel-vaulted glass ceiling is suspended above the galleries, atop narrow steel ribs and supported by thin, stainless steel rods. An innovative cast aluminum sunscreen, specifically designed for this project (patent pending), floats above the roof and allows controlled natural light to filter into the galleries, eliminating the need for artificial illumination much of the time. The three central pavilions on the main floor serve as galleries for the display of smaller and environmentally-sensitive sculptures, as well as related paintings, prints, and drawings from the Nasher Collection. The two outer pavilions house a cafe and store, while the lower level will include a smaller gallery for the display of light-sensitive works, a conservation lab, educational and research facilities, and an auditorium that opens to an outdoor terraced garden."


Northpark Center - Attraction - 8687 N Central Expy, Dallas, TX, 75231, US

NorthPark Center

8687 N Central Expy
Dallas, Texas 75231, United States
(214) 361-6345

"NorthPark Center is an upscale shopping mall located in Dallas, Texas (United States). The mall is located at the intersection of Loop 12 (Northwest Highway) and US 75 (North Central Expressway). The center has over 235 stores and restaurants."


Reunion Tower - Attraction - 300 Reunion Blvd, Dallas, TX, 75207, United States

Reunion Tower

300 Reunion Boulevard East
Dallas, TX 75207, United States

"Reunion Tower is a 171 m (561 ft) observation tower and one of the most recognizable landmarks in Dallas, Texas. Located at 300 Reunion Blvd. in the Reunion district of downtown Dallas, the tower is part of the Hyatt Regency Hotel complex, and is the 15th tallest building in Dallas."


Sixth Floor Museum - Attraction - 411 Elm St # 120, Dallas, TX, United States

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

411 Elm Street
Dallas, TX 75202, United States
(214) 747-6660

"Since 1989, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza has welcomed more than 6 million visitors from around the world—people of all ages seeking information and understanding about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963."


Victory Park - Attraction - Victory Park Ln, Dallas, TX, 75219, US

Victory Park

2200 Victory Ave
Dallas, TX 75219, United States
(214) 303-1200

"SELDOM CAN CITY-BUILDING be practiced on such a grand scale. Seventy-five acres of land in the heart of a metropolitan center more populous than 31 American states. Owned and master-planned by a single development company, Victory represents one of the last great opportunities to shape the life and landscape of a major American city. This extraordinary construction and development site, a strategic crossroads since the founding of Dallas, links the city’s vital core districts; the booming Uptown area; the Dallas Central Business District; the exciting West End Historic District; the internationally prominent Market Center; and the 60-acre Arts District; the largest neighborhood of this type in the nation. Victory leads a new generation of center-city environments that brings work, entertainment and neighborhood life together in a vibrant community setting."


West Village - Attraction - 3700 Cole Ave, Dallas, TX, United States

West Village

3699 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX 75204, United States
(214) 219-1871

"In the heart of affluent Uptown lies a genuine in-town neighborhood catering to the urban dwellers of Dallas. This is a place where bustling cafes, restaurants and lounges spill onto the streets. Sidewalks lined with trees accommodate the strolling shoppers. The classic American architecture offers a creative-edge and an enduring spirit."