• Ariana Ortega

Edison's Dallas Styled Shoot

I got so lucky that out of several photographers, I was the one chosen to shoot at this beautiful wedding/event venue called Edison's Dallas! I am still swooning over their vintage 1947 Bentley they have parked at the entrance of the venue...

I teamed up with some amazing vendors for this shoot, so please be sure to give them a follow on social media and book with them for your future events. I will post the links at the bottom of the blog post for yall! Let's start with how gorgeous this place is...not only on the outside but on the inside. The outside patio has wrought iron chairs and tables perfect for cocktail hour as well as string lights to give it that more intimate feel.

The yellow brick wall and patio is the perfect spot for pictures!!

Dont be fooled by their perfect composure, we were all dying of a heat stroke this day getting the perfect shots haha!

Edison's, located 1 mile south of downtown Dallas, has 12,000 square feet of event space featuring "the Bentley" and "the Gatsby" rooms, a 2,500 square foot enclosed patio and a 1947 Bentley in the receiving room. each are designed to set the stage for a very special occasion.

I'm a sucker for the vintage era and this is just stunning. Visiting wedding venues always makes me want to get married again. Especially, now that I know more talented creatives and have better connections! I love showcasing these services for you to see what all is out there, and to make the wedding experience a one stop shop for you without all the hassle.

The uplighting can actually be changed to several different colors to fit the style you're wanting to achieve. The purple lights were my favorite! There are endless possibilities to decorate the tables as well. I highly recommend hiring someone that knows how to decorate instead of doing it yourself.

The wooden doors are a close second favorite backdrop for pictures. It just looks so classy and works well with the colors the bride and groom wear.

Edison's offers services designed to execute the perfect event:
  • mouth watering catering customized to satisfy your unique taste.

  • premium bar packages

  • tables, fine linens, chivari chairs, elegant tableware, and centerpieces.

  • dance floor and staging

  • state of the art audio/visual capabilities for presentations, bands, and other entertainment.

  • free self-parking. valet available and suggested for events over 300 guests.

  • professional consultants on staff and network of vendors to set you at ease.

  • wedding ceremonies

Catering by Edison's is dedicated to preparing menus from the freshest ingredients and offering inventive menus prepared from scratch. our intent is to cultivate a personal relationship with you and learn how to transcend the highest expectations. Unique, cutting edge menus can be customized to satisfy a specific taste.

the bentley room - seated 50 with DJ and dance floor / seated 75 without / cocktail-style 125 the gatsby room - seated 325 without dance floor / 250 with dance floor / cocktail-style 500 - Saturday pricing entire space – seated 525 / cocktail-style 900 *outside patio included with gatsby room rental

A million thanks to Edison's Dallas for giving me the opportunity to work with them! If you're still looking for a wedding/event venue, consider Edison's. The staff was so friendly and there is plenty of parking for a big celebration (which isn't common in the Dallas area)! They also have a second event venue called Eddie Deen's Ranch located in Dallas as well. Visit to see more pictures.

Vendors who participated in this styled shoot:

Venue: Edison's Dallas 1724 Cockrell avenue Dallas, TX 75215 972-524-0741

Dress designer: Enrique de Altamirano

Hair stylist: Leslie Barajas

Makeup Artist: Crystal Zarazua

Bride: Bree'Anna Lucero

Groom: Joshua Ahern

Table Decor: Courtney Rai

11177 Ables Ln.

Dallas, TX 75229


Florals: Carrie Martin

2101 Kessler Ct.

Dallas, TX

Catering: Eddie Deen

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