D Weddings is the ultimate destination for the informed Dallas bride. With our digital home, we create a connection between brides and local wedding creatives—planners, venues, photographers, floral designers, cake-makers, stationers, entertainers, and more—in a way only a trusted local publication can. The website carries on D Weddings’ 20-year tradition of expert curation and storytelling through the popular real weddings, advice and planning, event listings, and vendor information. DWeddings.com is for the Dallas bride, the Texas bride, the Southern bride—the modern bride.
Meet the Team
Editorial & Creative Director
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver has only been a bridesmaid once. And she only did it under the condition she could wear a caftan. Her rules to live by: Everything is better in black and white, sunglasses should always be large, and never wear a choker on your wedding day (she didn’t live by this rule and now regrets it.)
Jessica Otte has been buying wedding magazines since long before she was actually engaged—or could even drive a car. Once she’d reached an appropriate age, she married her husband, Charlie, and they now spend all their time chasing after their young children. She knows every single word to Father of the Bride by heart.
Noelle LeVeaux joined D Magazine Partners as publisher in 2022. A longtime North Texas marketing professional, Noelle has helped organizations and individuals take their brands to the next level by maximizing their efforts, resources, and ideas.
Prior to joining D Magazine Partners, Noelle served as the CMO of both Communities Foundations of Texas and Visit Dallas and as vice president of marketing and public affairs for Children’s Medical Center Dallas.
Noelle received her B.S. in math from Spelman College and her MS in digital communication analytics from UNT. In 2006, she founded Dress for Success Dallas, a nonprofit organization for disadvantaged women. In 2010, she published a children’s book, I Miss you When I Sleep. After a 2014 diagnosis with breast cancer, she shared what she learned from her experience in her blog, Confessions of a Single Mom With Cancer.
wouldn't be possible without the support of the D Magazine
team. Thank you especially to the following staff:
Online Editorial Director
Audience Development Manager
Digital Art Director