Emily & Josh’s wedding at The Carlisle Room in Dallas TX, which is a newly refurbished venue that was originally the Lone Star Gas building, was a mix of modern organic elegance! From the neutral color scheme, greenery, and historical venue it created a unique atmosphere. The Carlisle Room, which is located in the heart of downtown Dallas, was originally built in 1932. It’s tall 17ft ceilings, and original marble walls created the perfect atmosphere for this elegant Dallas wedding.
THE CARLISLE ROOM CEREMONY
The bride and groom got married in the main room of the Carlisle Room in front of what once was the entrance to the building. The pews were made up of chivari chairs and were located on both sides and in front of the altar where there was an aisle for the wedding party to process. The altar was decorated with greenery, and each pew had a cluster of seeded eucalyptus.
After the ceremony as the couple took pictures, guest signed the couple's photo guestbook and found their seat at the escort card table that was filled with greenery. Each escort card had a stem of greenery under their name that coordinated with the wedding invitations.
THE CARLISLE ROOM RECEPTION
The reception had a mix of long and round tables with white table cloths, gold chargers, and menus with geometric designs. And the tables were decorated with flower arrangements that the bride and bridal party made themselves and placed in gold vases. However, one of our favorite details of the wedding was the donut cake! I mean who doesn’t love donuts at 9:00 pm right?! The donuts were was placed on a tiered acrylic stand, and there were a variety of flavors for guests to choose from.
As the night went on the guests danced the night away with music from Everlasting Sounds that kept everyone on the dance floor the entire evening, and when it was time to leave guests lite sparklers and the bride and groom kiss under a tunnel of sparkler light in the middle of downtown Dallas. It was the perfect end to a fantastic night!
Congratulations you two!