Sophisticated New Orleans Wedding


New Orleans and the French Quarter is one of the world’s most unique and spectacular settings, and Ingrid and Rob took advantage of the incredible atmosphere to treat their friends and family to a classic New Orleans soiree. The quintessential architecture of Bourbon Orleans set the stage, with the elegant courtyard housing their heartfelt ceremony, and the stately ballroom playing host to an intimate burgundy and gold reception designed by Lulu Alexander. Each guest found their seat with a polaroid seating chart and oyster shell place cards handlettered by Chez LaMariee, while table numbers of African animals from Elemental Craftworks hinted at the couple’s upcoming safari honeymoon. We are truly transported to the French Quarter while swooning over the beautiful images captured by Lance Nicoll!

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Bride in Watters GownClassic Bridal Solitaire

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Bridesmaids in Gold Mismatched Dresses

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Champagne and Gold Wedding Reception

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Photography: Lance Nicoll | Venue: Bourbon Orleans | Wedding Planning and Event Design: Lulu Alexander | Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas and Minted | Calligraphy: Chez LaMariee | Videography: Studio Vieux Carre | Bakery: Bittersweet Confections | Band: Nola Dukes | Ceremony Musicians: Tonya and Dorise | Hair and Makeup: Just Face It | Gown: Watters from Town and Country | Veil: BHLDN | Bride’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Suit: Christian Dior | Table Numbers: Elemental Craftworks

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