Things are happening in the Dallas wedding world. Here’s a round-up of all the must-know news in bridal and beyond.
Warren Barrón Reopens
After suffering a flood back in August, Warren Barrón has reopened their doors since repairing and renovating their showroom. Go visit them in Snider Plaza and check out the new and improved space.
Lela Rose Reopens after Renovations and Begins Carrying Bridal
The boutique in Highland Park Village also just completed renovations and now will permanently carry bridal. Stop by during the next few weeks to get a first look at their bridal inventory.
Stanley Korshak Opens Sample Store
Nestled between the main showroom and The Capital Grille, Stanley Korshak Bridal has opened a sample store where you can find gowns from more than 100 designers for 50 percent off or more. They are open Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and though it’s currently temporary, with enough traffic, they will stay open for good.
The Crescent Unveils Renovations
You might have seen on our Instagram stories that we’ve been hanging around the Crescent lately. The hotel recently unveiled their newly updated Crescent Club (with improvements like new carpet, wall coverings, and refinished floors), and on Wednesday, November 13, they celebrated the completion of renovations to the main ballroom.
Patsy’s, A Bridal Boutique Will Now Carry All Who Wander
The boho-esque brand will make its Dallas debut at the showroom this month.
Bring Blue and White to Your Thanksgiving Table
If you’re like us, blue and white ginger jars are your love language. Now, thanks to Avant Garden by Todd, you can incorporate your favorite pattern in your fall decor this season with these painted pumpkins.
Bells and Barbells is Holding a Six-Week, Remote Fitness Challenge
Read the details here, and be sure to sign up by Sunday, November 17, at noon.