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  • Writer's pictureTraven Stout

Love and Laughter: New Orleans Wedding Photography in the French Quarter

As a seasoned New Orleans wedding photographer, every assignment brings its own unique charm. The day commenced with pre-ceremony preparations at Palace D Arms, where the bride, her daughters, and friends were immersed in the excitement of getting ready. I seized the opportunity to capture precious moments, including the bride's heartfelt reaction to a gift from the groom.

Racing over to the Napoleon House, I joined the groom as he finalized details for the reception, brimming with anticipation for the festivities ahead. The Napoleon House, steeped in history and charm, served as the perfect setting for the reception.

Next, I made my way to the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum, a hidden gem nestled on the same block. The museum's unique ambiance provided a picturesque backdrop for the ceremony, with its vintage charm and elegant decor enhancing the beauty of the moment.

During the ceremony, the bride's daughters delivered touching readings, with tears of laughter and emotion. As a New Orleans wedding photographer, capturing these candid moments is what I live for – each one a glimpse into the genuine love and joy of the day.

Following the ceremony, the celebration spilled out into the streets of the French Quarter for a lively second line, a quintessential New Orleans tradition. The energy was electric as the newlyweds led the procession, surrounded by loved ones.

Finally, the reception at the Napoleon House was a joyous affair, filled with laughter and love. Before joining the festivities, I whisked the bride and groom away to the attic for some intimate portraits, capturing their love against the backdrop of this historic venue.

In the end, it was a day filled with love, laughter, and cherished memories. As a New Orleans wedding photographer, I am grateful to have been part of such a beautiful celebration, capturing the essence of this couple's love story amidst the vibrant streets and historic venues of the Big Easy.

Thank for coming to the blog and looking at my work!


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