I’m a lucky man to shoot weddings in New Orleans so often. The city has so much character & vibrance and it’s always an incredible backdrop for documenting a wedding. Charlotte and Toby’s wedding was no exception. With a ceremony at the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum, a second line through the French Quarter, and a lively party at Arnaud’s, they had the quintessential NOLA celebration. Thanks to Kenny Lacour for planning and designing such a beautiful event!
I’m so thankful to have been the photographer selected to document Kate and Rob’s beautiful Spring wedding in the French Quarter. They created such an intentional experience for their friends and family, most of whom traveled to be there. The guests stayed at the Soniat House, walked 7 blocks to the wedding ceremony & reception at Madame John’s, and then finally “second lined” through the Quarter to the historic Preservation Hall for two hours of dancing. These two carried themselves with such style and grace, and I’m excited that this shines through their images.
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Last month I photographed the most wonderful wedding in the French Quarter. The reception ended with the arrival of the Preservation Hall band. They led wedding guests through the streets of the Quarter all the way to Preservation Hall where everyone danced for the next two hours. The images included are the polaroid negatives which we scan and then invert. More images coming soon from this amazing experience.