We had the supreme honor of documenting this glorious wedding in downtown New Orleans in November of this year. The weather was pristine and the love and laughter filled the Historic French Quarter on the weekend long affair when Devin and Matthew said, “I do.”
The big weekend kicked off with a wonderful rehearsal dinner at Tujagues in the quarter followed by some dancing with the couple and their respective wedding parties coupled with a few loving toasts.
The big day had arrived. Devin and her bridesmaids got ready at The Kimpton Hotel Fontenot and Matthew and his party got ready at The Windsor Court Hotel. Once the two parties were dressed to the nines, we did a first look in the stately Peacock Room at the Kimpton. Afterwards, we all walked down to Lafayette park for some formal photos.
The gorgeous ceremony and reception were held at the Gallery Venue at Thomas Venue just down from Lafayette park. The pair said their vows in this beautiful setting in front of their closest friends and families.
Afterwards came one of our favorite parts. The couple and the entire reception attended a Second Line, a New Orleans wedding tradition where the couple and their party dance through the streets of the city complete with brass band. It was the most fun we have had at a wedding all year.
Once plenty of food, speeches, drinks, and dancing had transpired, the newlyweds participated in a confetti exit with their loving guests cheering on. The icing on the cake was when we went back to the hotel with the loving duo for an intimate hotel room session. The entire affair was too much fun all around.
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