French Quarter wedding | Arnaud’s Restaurant
Sarah and David’s wedding was truly one of the most classy and theatrical events I’ve photographed. These lovebirds are both performers and singers and they absolutely brought those attributes to their wedding, which really made it a unique experience. Sarah’s dress evoked an essence of American history, with a 1930’s era vibe, complete with a small white mesh veil and a short, curled bob hair-do.
They got engaged in New York City and recently moved to Cincinnati, but they got to experience the magic of a French Quarter wedding here in New Orleans. They chose Arnaud’s for their ceremony and reception, which is a fantastic way to really get a feel for the finer things in the authentic style of New Orleans. One of my favorite details from their big night was the banana’s foster dessert in place of a traditional wedding cake. What an amazing idea that was! Hands down, the best part of the day however, was getting to hear both Sarah and David perform songs for all of their guests. The wedding was the day before Mother’s day and I’ll never forget how heartwarming it was to hear Sarah sing a song for her mother.
These two really know how to have a good time and I am so grateful to have been a part of it all. Thank you Sarah and David for such a lovely night. Congratulations to you both!
Wedding vendors :
Getting ready location : Hotel Monteleone
Hair/Makeup : Betsy Boone
Wedding Dress : Rosa Clara
Caterer/Reception/Ceremony : Arnaud’s Restaurant
Celebrant : Reverend Stephen Huber
Music : Harry Hardin