When asked how Ethan and Eugenia decided to host their wedding in New Orleans, they replied, “we were having a drink in the French Quarter when a wedding second line paraded by, and we knew this was the place we had to get married!” We couldn’t dream up a more perfect response! The best part of our job is getting to work with couples who love New Orleans as much as we do!
We had the pleasure of working with Eugenia throughout her planning process, and her attention to detail made our job such as blast, as we designed her ceremony space and incorporated so many of their personal touches. From their handwritten vows that were both charming and touching, to her old world inspired decor, this stunning event was one for the books!
Guests were greeted with champagne at the door, and had the chance to explore the museum before the vows began. As they made their way to the ceremony, the sounds of Louis Armstrong and Etta James played through the
French Quarter courtyard. Ethan had his son as his best man, and we couldn’t think of a sweeter duo! Eugenia was absolutely stunning in her elegant wedding gown that perfectly complimented the overall theme of the day. Once the intimate vows were completed, they traveled back down the aisle and danced to At Last before all the guests poured out to Chartres Street and paraded all the way to Kingfish! What a perfect fête!
Planning Pop of Love | Photography Sarah Becker Photography | Furniture and Decor Lovegood Rentals | Florals Poppy and Mint Floral Company | Venue Pharmacy Museum | Bridal Prep Omni Royal Orleans | Groom Prep Dauphine Orleans | Second Line Band Lagniappe Brass Band