Dallas Engagement Session – Dallas Bar Engagement

Chaunnessy and JT are a fun, outgoing and energetic couple. The two love getting dressed and going out so we felt a fun bar in the Deep Ellum area of Dallas would be fitting. I found On Premise while location hunting this past summer. The interior features teal and gold accents and furniture. JT’s last name is teal and the color teal will be used in the wedding.Dallas-Engagement-Skyline-On-Premise-Deep-Ellum (13 of 13)Dallas-Engagement-Skyline-On-Premise-Deep-Ellum (12 of 13)Dallas-Engagement-Skyline-On-Premise-Deep-Ellum (11 of 13)Dallas-Engagement-Skyline-On-Premise-Deep-Ellum (10 of 13)Dallas-Engagement-Skyline-On-Premise-Deep-Ellum (9 of 13)Dallas-Engagement-Skyline-On-Premise-Deep-Ellum (1 of 13)

 

We also felt the backdrop of the Dallas skyline would bring a little drama to their engagement session. Take a look and tell us what you think. I’ve always wanted to photograph a Dallas skyline engagement session. Dallas has a great skyline and a couple of interesting buildings.

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Here’s more about On Premise.  “Spend some quality time at On Premise, a new Deep Ellum bar from the guys behind the Mitchell and Truth & Alibi. It’s got a steampunk vibe and an international menu, and it’s soft-open now with a grand-opening party Tuesday night. (Take a look inside.)

Walk through those machine-cog front doors, and you’ll find brick walls, high-backed Victorian furniture and antique lights. Throw in the seafoam-green banquettes and bar stools, and you’ve got plenty to look at while you hoist a classic cocktail or one of their signature drinks and stay out just a little too late.

But if you’re hungry—hell, even if you’re not—you’ll want to consult that menu. It comes from Brian Zenner (Oak, Belly & Trumpet), and it’s got things like Jamaican jerk sausage, charcoal-grilled skewers of lamb souvlaki and a wok-fried whole fish. So it’s not your typical bar food. And you’re fine with that.” From Urban Daddy

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