Category Archives: French Quarter weddings

Rain did not stop the fun at John and Olivia’s New Orleans, Southern Oak Plantation wedding. It actually made it more adventurous and spontaneous than most weddings we photograph. The men braved the rain with umbrellas for epic groomsmen shot under the bridge. We also found beauty under the Pantheon at City Park where we had […]

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Abby and Matt had an elegant and fun wedding in New Orleans. They got ready at Loew’s Hotel, and then the gorgeous bride rode to St. Patricks Catholic Church in a Rolls Royce with her father. The ceremony at St. Patrick Catholic Church was simply stunning, and the reception that followed was at The New Orleans […]

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The rain did not prevent this couple from having their dream wedding at Race and Religious in New Orleans. The even light on rainy days is awesome for photography! Aaron enjoyed shooting this beautiful bride and her groom at this epic location. The first look is one of our favorites, the rustic hallway had an […]

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When dreaming up a New Orleans wedding day it would be hard to beat the two venues of this wedding in New Orleans. The bride got ready at Hotel Moteleone and was ushered buy her father to the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in style in an antique white Rolls Royce. She walked down the aisle […]

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When planning a wedding in New Orleans this wedding is one to look at for inspiration. The bride and groom decided to get ready at the French Market Inn on Decatur St.  in the French Quarter of New Orleans. The soft lighting and ivy covered exposed brick walls in the courtyard at The French Inn allowed for […]

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There is not another city that knows how to celebrate more than The Crescent City “New Orleans“. If you are looking to have a destination wedding, New Orleans provides a creative, soulful experience.  This post features photos that display the art of the second line brass band parade which is a Mardi Gras tradition. Most Louisiana […]

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