Patty and Andrew : New Orleans Wedding

We love it when our clients (who fly in for their New Orleans wedding) love photos as much as we do so they set up their wedding day timelines to reflect that. Patty and Andrew were so sweet and considerate and made sure to work their timeline around the photos that were most important to them. They flew in from San Diego with a bunch of their friends and family, so having time to explore New Orleans while we photographed and shot video of them was an added bonus for everybody. We had a chance to get to know them better while showing them some of our favorite places!

Patty and Andrew’s New Orleans wedding was so much fun. They were easy to work with, so in love, and their guests were simply a fantastic crowd to photograph!

We set up their First Look at Crescent Park in part of the French Market District in New Orleans. A gorgeous park setting right in the heart of the city, the park is a perfect setting for wedding photos, especially because it doesn’t allow skateboards, motorized vehicles, segways or anything else that creates a lot of noise. It’s a little bit of heavenly quiet right in the heart of the hustle and bustle. A perfectly peaceful green space for that breathtaking moment when a bride and groom see each other for the first time on their wedding day.

Patty and Andrews’ ceremony and reception were held at Capulet Bywater in New Orleans. This restored 1800’s warehouse has 30-foot beamed ceilings, brick walls, and is the perfect venue for wedding receptions with up to 250 guests. There is a huge bar at one end and a massive dance-floor at the other, as well as a large bank of windows to let in natural light. There is also a fantastic rooftop patio offering a lovely view of the cityline and an excellent space for a couple’s first dance. Capulet is definitely a favorite of New Orlean’s wedding couples.

Besides Capulet, we also worked with an amazing crew of Vendors for this wedding:

DJ: Yes Kate Yes

Event Planning: MY House Events

Catering: Elysian Events

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