New Orleans is the epitome of vintage elegance, and Destiny and Blaine’s wedding perfectly embodies the magical presence of the Crescent City. Although the couple both hail from north Louisiana, they make their home in New Orleans, and as Destiny says, “there is no better place to marry the one you love”! Destiny, an interior designer and self-professed “lover of small details”, drew inspiration from both the city’s historic details, choosing the elegant stone courtyard of Latrobe’s on Royal for their gas lantern-lit ceremony and the exposed brick and stucco walls of the ballroom for their reception, and its artistic culture, with local painter Ben Hamburger on hand to paint the night as it unfolded. Maria from Tupelo Honey Design created hand-painted oyster invitations, vintage handkerchief favors, and New Orleans map save the dates. From the first look in Louis Armstrong Park to the second line parade through the French Quarter, they perfectly captured the spirit of their city, and we are completely head-over-heels with each and every detail, and the stunning images from Greer G Photography!
Photography – Greer G Photography | Venue – Latrobe’s on Royal | Floral – Meade Wenzel | Event Design – Ecru Interiors & Design | Stationery and Favors – Tupelo Honey Design | Calligraphy – Celeste Marshall | Videography – Bella Productions | Catering – The Besh Group | Bakery – The Royal Cakery | Band – The Boogie Men | Transportation – Mid City Carriages | Harpist – Rachel Van Voorhees | Hair and makeup – H20 Salon | Bridesmaids dresses – Jenny Yoo | Gown and Headpiece – Jenny Packham from Kelly’s Closet | Bride’s Shoes – BHLDN | Suits and Tie – Black by Vera Wang | Candle Decor and Lanterns – Luminous Events | Live Painter – Ben Hamburger | Second Line Jazz Band – Kinfolk Brass Band