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Tulip Abundance at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

By Mary Welch

With spring on the horizon, Natalie Conway and Chris McQueen hosted a spring wedding day overflowing with all our favorite signs of the season. The couple hired Diamond Affairs to help coordinate their big day and said ‘I do’ at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. The all white and green palette was far from simple—white tulips overflowed between comfortable seating, hung over tabletops, and popped into the all-white bouquets. Matching the decor, the bridesmaids wore white, minimalistic dresses in varying style contrasting the bride’s lace strapless Reem Acra gown. Natalie’s something old, borrowed, AND blue was a sapphire and diamond ring which her father gifted her mother twenty years ago and her sister-in-law also wore down the aisle. She told us, ” I hope it is a tradition that carries on in our family for years to come!”

The ceremony, officiated by the couple’s close friend, was held inside the Mansion, and the reception was held in a clear-top tent on the beautiful lawn. Hundreds of tulips and white floral filled each table next to candlelight, and guests dined and danced amongst the beautiful garden created by Three Branches Floral. The sophisticated affair didn’t end with the tent exit—guests were invited inside the Mansion for an epic after-party to continue the celebrations!

Credits

Planner
Diamond Affairs

Photographer
John Cain Photographer

Ceremony & Reception Venue
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Bridal Gown
Reem Acra from Warren Barron Bridal

Hair and Makeup
Maitee Miles

Stationer
Paradise Design Company

Florist
Three Branches Floral

Rentals
Party! Dallas

Cake
Dallas Affaires

Entertainment
Matchmaker Band

Mary Welch2020-04-15T15:58:31-05:00Categories: Weddings, All|Tags: , |Comments Off on Tulip Abundance at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek