A New Orleans Wedding Venue I Cannot Wait to Tour

New Orleans Wedding Venues: Race and Religious

Whereeeee does one even start!? First off any New Orleans Wedding Venue is a dream — it’s New Orleans. BUT this particular venue is EVERYTHING anyone could want in a venue — a pool, old brick, balconies, ivy, 3 1830’s cottages located in the Lower Garden District in New Orleans. I’ll be touring in just TWO WEEKS while I’m in New Orleans, and I ABSOLUTELY CANNOT WAIT. This venue is on our Top 5 MUST SHOOT at for 2020 and 2021.

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1830’s Cottages

The property is comprised of 3 buildings that have a total of 4,000 square feet (there’s an additional 2,500 square feet in the courtyards). The balconies look out over the District as well as into the courtyards and offer incredible vantage points for images and just enjoying the party.

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Old Brick and History

The venue BREATHS history. Well maintained, and beautifully well kept, the property oozes history and is the perfect blend of rustic elegance. The first old Creole cottage built in 1830 was joined by two more properties neighboring the cottage. The past tenants were honored through maintaining the property with all of its charm. With a pool to jump in post wedding or for the after-party, this New Orleans wedding venue has it all….

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The property really allows for creative visions to shine — as a blank slate with loads of amenities, you can quite literally go to town. With an entrance straight onto Race Street, make sure you plan a Second Line for your wedding — it’s New Orleans tradition after all.

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