Adrianne & Josh, New Orleans

What an honor to document this beautiful wedding for Adrianne & Josh. I loved spending the day with this power couple : they live in Nashville where she is a pediatric neurologist and he a school teacher in the KIPP system. They got married on her parents property outside of New Orleans. The wedding concluded with a second line to cocktails and the reception was energized by a band comprised of Josh’s fraternity brothers from Davidson.

Enjoy my favorite images from the day!

Anne & Jack

Anne & Jack had a classic New Orleans wedding. Prep at their respective homes in the Garden District, ceremony at the local parish, and a second line to Anne’s home for the reception. Loved this couple’s energy and care-free nature. Their joy & vigor are so evident in their images! Enjoy my faves, guys.

Second Line, Jessica & Ryan

Kathryn & Ted, New Orleans

Kathryn & Ted had a very eclectic & relaxed approach to their wedding day experience. Ted spent the morning with friends in their French Quarter apt while Kathryn prepped at the Melrose Mansion. Ted met up Kathryn at Melrose where they hopped a cab for the New Orleans Museum of Art for a twilight ceremony & reception in the sculpture garden. I was proud to document this wedding out of my personal fondness for Ted’s band, The Generationals. If you aren’t familiar with their music, I can’t recommend enough buying one of their vinyls.

Diana & Sean, New Orleans

Diana & Sean’s New Orleans wedding was one of the most unique weddings I have had the privilege of photographing this year. The day began at Diana’s grandmother’s home where Diana prepared and spent time with her parents, siblings, nieces and nephews. The ceremony took place at the Audubon Park’s Labyrinth which Diana’s family had helped build. The Labyrinth was built after Katrina and stands as a symbol of hope for the New Orleans community to heal, to walk together, and to celebrate new life. Diana’s grandmother was the flower girl and her walker lined with flowers! The ceremony was followed by a second line to Swamp Exhibit at the Audubon Zoo for the reception. Sean & Diana were expecting a child (which was born this month!) and decided to have gender reveal during the cake cutting (the cake was blue!). They couldn’t have been happier to find out they were having a boy and celebrated well with their family and friends for the rest of the evening.

Enjoy my favorite images from this beautiful wedding. I look forward to photographing this lovely couple with their baby boy in the near future.