Category Archives: Wedding flowers

Photographs of wedding bouquets and boutonnieres from different weddings throughout New Orleans, Baton Rouge, beach weddings in Florida and various destinations throughout the world.

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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In Woodville, Mississippi we had so much fun shooting Whitney and Will’s wedding and city wide reception. That’s right, the couple invited the city of Woodville to enjoy an amazing reception with elaborate food and dancing for the whole night.  The wedding was full of creativity, from the tractor full of beer to the tambourines […]

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According to Google, “Rain on your wedding day is good luck because it signifies that your marriage will last. As you know, a knot that becomes wet is extremely hard to untie – therefore, when you “tie the knot” on a rainy day, your marriage is supposedly just as hard to unravel!” Well, Victoria and Matt […]

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We had so much fun photographing Heather and Nick’s wedding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The bride and groom had their wedding ceremony was at United Methodist Church, and their reception was at White Oak Plantation. The smiles and laughter at this wedding were bright and full of joy. Heather has four brothers, so these handsome men […]

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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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We love photographing weddings at Nottoway Plantation and Resort. This wedding was so much fun because the bride and groom had an outdoor ceremony with a “second line parade” leading to their reception. All of the guests danced down the paths, excited to celebrate the union of the couple. The couple chose to do a […]

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