A luxe New Orleans wedding inspired by the style of the city

The inspiration for Amanda and Terry's New Orleans wedding was the city itself. We're talking jewel tones, candles, and dramatic décor. Amanda wanted the theme of the day to be "more is more," (maximalism FTW!) which carried through from the food to the table settings, all the way to her wedding gown. One of our favorite details is their floating cake table that held their peacock cake(!).

Just wait until you see when Amanda took the stage with the band to belt a few tunes!


A glam Halloween wedding with a black dress and beignets

"We wanted the look and feel to invoke a sort of luxurious, devil came down, cozy funeral for two, eternal love and damnation sensation." Mission fabulously accomplished! Just wait until you see THE DRESS, the burgundy suit, the pre-wedding boudoir shoot, and the killer venue (that was totally a last-minute save!).


Gold, glamour, and top hats at this stunning New Year's eve wedding

Samantha and Nolan seriously know how to throw a New Year's wedding to end all parties. Yep, this includes sequins, mismatched gold bridesmaids, tops hats, confetti, and kisses at midnight. It took place at The Chicory in New Orleans and between the clock decor (to count down to midnight!), the fur stoles, the FAB Monique Lhuillier gown, and the towering cake, this was one traditional-gone-wild New Year's wedding.

Are you prepared to witness this glittery explosion of style?


Gritty, rock & roll, and HOT (literally) New Orleans wedding

"We wanted something that felt authentically New Orleans, without resorting to cliches: gritty, sultry, funky, and FUN." This literally hot (like 95+ degrees) was also totally hot in looks, too. The bride's dress and cape will slay you. This is the type of New Orleans party that we love: rock and roll, dance all night, and authentically them.