The Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas, Texas was the home for this Dallas Museum Wedding. What a spectacular night it was! Felix and Fingers performers Jeremy and Gabriel loved playing for the family and friends of Olivia and Steven. Congratulations to the happy couple!

Dallas Museum Wedding Venue

Dallas Museum Wedding stageIf you’re searching for a truly unique venue for your upcoming nuptials, The Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas might just be the perfect spot for you. We couldn’t have been more impressed. To begin, there is a grand covered entry which makes your arrival by limousine or carriage super special. There is even free parking for your guests. And once inside, you and your guests will be surrounded by amazing artwork and high class décor. There is a full catering kitchen for the vendor of your choice or you can use one of their preferred caterers. If you would like to take a closer look at hosting your wedding at the Museum of Biblical Art, please click here.

We have to give a special shout out to A Princess Touch Weddings and Events. Proprietor Princess McMillian pulled off one of the most amazing room flips we’ve ever seen. She turned a beautiful, art-filled room into a chapel, and then into a beautiful orchard dining room with a dance floor all within one quick cocktail hour. Please click here to find out more about A Princess Touch.

A Perfect Evening

Thanks to an excellent venue staff and a top-notch event planner, everything was perfect for this Dallas Museum Wedding. Steven and Olivia had a string quartet play for their ceremony. During the ceremony, Olivia gave the most excited and Dallas Museum Wedding ceremony set upenthusiastic “I do!” we’ve probably ever heard from a bride. It was obvious how happy she was and the crowd burst out laughing along with her. So romantic!

Then it was our turn. We played a mix of jazz and blues during cocktail hour. For the reception, the requests were all over the place and this group wanted to party. They kept the dance floor packed all night and sang along to every single song. What a fun night it was! Rock and Roll classics like Jerry Lee Lewis’ Great Balls of Fire had everyone rocking out. Hot in Here from Nelly showed off some real sexy moves. We even had a request for Harry Belefonte’s Shake Senora which, of course, led to a conga line. From start to finish, this wedding was a perfect success.

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Felix and Fingers Dueling Pianos provides the most fun and interactive wedding entertainment around. We travel the country to make your wedding day full of memories that will last a lifetime. Click here for more information or send us an email to We’d love to hear from you!

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NameAddressWebsiteEmailPhonePrice Range
VenueMuseum of Biblical ArtAddress7500 Park Lane
Dallas, Texas 75225
PhotographyScott Aleman PhotographyEmail
DocA Princess TouchEmail+1-214-280-3279$$$