We love the boutique Pontchartrain hotel for so many reasons. In the middle of New Orleans’ Garden District, this 1920’s building is located on St. Charles Avenue. This 14 story gem has luxury amenities, and was voted one of 2020’s 100 best hotels in the world by Fodor’s Travel. Located on the city’s streetcar line, […]
One of our favorite wedding venues, the Chicory is located in the Warehouse District of New Orleans. Just a few blocks from downtown, it is perfect for an authentic New Orleans wedding. Originally built as a coffee house in 1852, this event space is named after the chicory added to coffee that creates a uniquely […]
The Degas House is one of the most unique wedding venues in New Orleans. Tucked in the heart of the 7th Ward and just 11 blocks from the French Quarter, this world-renowned bed and breakfast has been in business for 25 years. Surrounded by tree-lined avenues and some of the oldest houses in New Orleans, […]
There are hundreds of amazing New Orleans wedding venues, so let’s dish our favorites. Whether you are dreaming of a classic New Orleans wedding or a modern event, there is certainly something to suit all of your wedding day needs. Loaded with history, culture, and flair, wedding venues in New Orleans are certainly some of […]
New Orleans is a city where dreams come true. This storied city on the mouth of the Mississippi has a blend of architectural styles, culinary influences, and diverse traditions that make for one of America’s vibrant cultural capitals. What place could be better for a pair of newlyweds to begin their new life together? However, […]
While taking New Orleans engagement photos, Jared and JB to showed me around the French Quarter — I openly told them, show me the town. This is generally how we do engagement sessions with locals and it always pays off. New Orleans venues have tons of character to them and stumbling around the French Quarter […]
Check out these three funky New Orleans Wedding Venues: Eiffel Society, Pontchartrain, and House of Broel. All three are just outside the French Quarter.