Links to Our Preferred Vendors & Friends

Audio Visual
PSAV Presentation Services
www.psav.com

BEYOND
www.beyondld.com

Strong Productions
www.strongavp.com

Bands and Entertainment
Absolute Entertainment
www.absolutedfw.com

Bravo Entertainment
www.bravo4u.com

Center Stage Band
www.centerstageband.com

Encore Productions Entertainment
www.encoreproductions.ws

Dallas Gigs, LLC
www.mydallasgigs.com

The Special Edition Band
www.thespecialeditionband.com

Cakes
Frosted Art Bakery
www.frostedart.com

Disc Jockey's
Andy Austin – Distinctive DJ Ent.
www.andyaustin.com

Bill Cody's Party Time Productions
www.partytimetexas.com

Colby Logan – Astounding Sounds Ent.
www.astoundingsounds.com

DJ Connection
www.djconnectiondallas.com

Jaime H. Chavez – Ambiance Ent.
www.ambianceentertainmentdj.com

Brandon Olds Entertainment
www.boldentertainment.biz

Randal Stout Events
www.randalstout.com

Simply Music
www.simplymusicevents.com

David Allen Events
www.davidallenevents.com

PTP Entertainment & Design
www.ptpent.com

Floral Design and Décor
The Garden Gate
214-220-1272

Bella Flora
www.bellafloraofdallas.com

Freesia
www.freesiadallas.com

todd.eventdesign.creative services
www.toddevents.com

The Wildflower
www.thewildflower.com

Branching Out
www.branchingoutevents.com

Darrell Ward Designs
214-288-1679
www.darrellward.com

Hotel Accomodations
The Fairmont Hotel
www.fairmontdallas.com

Hotel Crescent Court
www.crescentcourt.com

The Ritz Carlton Hotel
www.ritzcarlton.com

The Adolphus Hotel
www.hoteladolphus.com

Le Meridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh
www.lemeridien.com/Dallas

Marriott Dallas City Center
www.marriott.com/daldt

Melrose Warrick Hotel
www.warwickhotels.com/dallas

The Joule
www.thejouledallas.com

Linens and Rentals
BBJ Linens
www.bbjlinen.com

M & M Special Events Company
www.mmspecialevents.com

Ducky Bob's Event Specialists
www.duckybobs.com

Specialty Lighting
Absolute Ent. & Specialty Lighting
www.absolutelightingdfw.com

BEYOND Dallas
www.beyondld.com

Astounding Sounds & Specialty Lighting
www.astoundingsounds.com

Photographers
Relive Photography by Laura Parent
www.RelivePhotography.com

Andrea Polito Photography
www.politoweddings.com

Blu Door Studios
www.bludoorstudios.com

Gary Donihoo Photography – F8 Studio
www.f8studio.com

Greg Blomberg, Inc.
www.gregblomberg.com

Luke Edmonson
www.lukeedmonson.com

Visual Image Photography & Video
www.viphotovideo.com

The Mamones
www.themamones.com

Perez Photography
www.perezweddings.com

Transportation
Blue Diamond Limos
www.bluediamondlimos.net

Carey Limousines
www.ecarey.com

MUV
www.muvpeople.com

Wedding Consultants
Colleen Harkins & Associates
www.colleenharkins.com

Donnie Brown Weddings and Events
www.donniebrownweddings.com

Elegance by Stacey Allen
www.elegancebsa.com

LeGlace' Events
www.myclassicwedding.com

Jordan Payne Events
www.jordanpayneevents.com

Mary Frances Hurt
www.dfwevents.com

Sally Jones
214.521.3119

As You Wish Events
www.asyouwishevents.com

Significant Events of Texas
www.significanteventsoftexas.com

Ricardo Tomas Weddings
www.ricardotomas.com

Fabulous Fete
www.fabulous-fete.com


The Belo Hall and Atrium are approximately 3,500 square feet. The Pavilion ballroom is approximately 7,000 square feet plus foyer and terrace.

  • The convenient parking garage under the Pavilion accommodates 280 cars.

  • A circular grand entrance of architectural stone and limestone sets a majestic tone for any event.

  • Guests enter through a glass enclosed atrium with Portuguese limestone floors, flowing easily through the atrium to the Belo Mansion or Pavilion.

  • Culinaire International provides the Belo Mansion and the Pavilion with complete catering, banquet and meeting services including audio visual arrangements, valet parking, event design and décor, florals, and entertainment packages.

  • Diverse catering menus provide guests with many options.

  • Professional meeting and event planners are on staff.


Floor Plan


Virtual Tour

     

Built in the neo-classical revival style, the Belo Mansion was built in the late 1800's by Colonel Alfred Horatio Belo, who founded the Dallas Morning News. The house was said to be patterned after the family home in Salem, North Carolina, and conceived as a tribute to Colonel Belo's wife, Nettie. The contractor was Daniel Morgan, who, in 1893, completed the Dallas County Courthouse now known as "Old Red." Construction on the home was completed in time for the wedding of the Belo's son, Alfred Jr., to his bride, Helen Ponder. The Belo home at Ross and Pearl Streets became a city showplace as the family was active in civic and cultural affairs.

Colonel Belo died in 1901 and Alfred, Jr, in 1906, but Nettie Belo lived in the mansion with her daughter-in-law and two granddaughters until her death in 1913. In 1922, Helen Ponder Belo was forced to leave Dallas due to ill health, marking the end of the occupancy of the mansion by the Belo family. 

In 1977, the Colonel's granddaughter, Helen Belo Morrison, agreed to sell the property to the Dallas Bar Association. She had been born in the house in 1902 and felt the Bar's plan to restore the home as the Dallas Legal Education Center was in accordance with family principles and feelings. The Dallas Bar Association connected the historic home and the chapel with an expansive, glass-roofed atrium.
In 2003, The Dallas Bar Association victoriously concluded its capital campaign which resulted in the addition of the exquisite Pavilion. Once again, the past was linked to the present and future through innovative design and distinctive architecture.

Spanning three centuries, there has always been only one Belo Mansion.


      

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BELO MANSION & PAVILION
2101 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75201