Destination Weddings, Wedding Photoshoots

December 20, 2010

On Royal Street: French Inspired Photoshoot in New Orleans | Part II

I’m so excited to share part two of our shoot in New Orleans, recently featured in Southern Weddings! The second half of our day led us down Royal Street, where we shut it down with an amazing band, tablescape, confetti parade, and lots of photoshoot magic. Some of my favorite details are the floral hat, shoes and ranunculous earrings by Datura: A Modern Garden; the gorgeous floral head piece with feathers by Twigs and Honey, a bouquet with a collar of tulle, and the incredible mixture of floral details pinned to our tablescape– both fabric, paper, and real. LOVE!

Here is the first look at images and details from that day! Amazing photography by the team at Carla Ten Eyck Photography.

Credit Reel

Photography: Carla Ten Eyck & Co. (Katie Slater & Sara Code-Kroll too)
Design & Styling: Jubilee Events
Location: Royal Street & The Cornstalk Hotel
Fashion & Styling: The White Dress by the Shore
Floral Design: Datura: A Modern Garden
Hair & Makeup: Jennie Fresa & The Beauty Library
Cinematography: Vantage Point Films
Musicians: Dr. Jazz and the New Orleans Sounds
Confections: Sucre
Groom’s Tux: Perlis
Shoes: MADELiNE Shoes & Poetic License Shoes
Paper: Posh Paperie
Calligraphy: Elizabeth Porcher Jones Calligraphy
Custom Headpieces & Floral Sashes: Twigs and Honey
Vintage Jewels: Karen Lindner Designs
Jewelry: Haute Bride
Linens: Gala Cloths
Custom China & Napkins: Sarah Drake Design
Pink Candelabras: Nachtmann & Riedel
Champagne: Pommery Gold POP Champagne
Cake Stands:
Vintage Birds:
Orange & Blossom
Vintage Umbrellas: Bella Umbrella

so much more to come xo!

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    December 20th, 2010 at 11:20 am

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  2. tony palmieri

    December 20th, 2010 at 11:25 am

    this post is glorious and makes me want to go back, eat beignet, drink coffee and make more hats and shoes!

  3. Sarah Goodwin

    December 20th, 2010 at 11:31 am

    The fashion is fabulous!

  4. Deniesha

    December 20th, 2010 at 11:52 am

    Very pretty! I love that wedding dress!!

  5. Denise Cregier

    December 20th, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    These are wonderful!

  6. carla ten eyck

    December 20th, 2010 at 7:07 pm

    i love looking at these all again….. sigh….. so much pink, so girly, I just love it!!! thanks for an amazing time!

  7. forget.me.knot.weddings

    December 20th, 2010 at 11:49 pm

    This is such a fun colorful shoot! Love all the desserts!

  8. Beth Chapman

    January 10th, 2011 at 12:07 am

    I was so honored to be a part of this shoot with you! Looking at these images still gives me goosebumps! The colors, the fashion, the flowers, the pastries..it is all just DELICIOUS!!!

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  10. Christine

    April 11th, 2011 at 10:27 pm

    Beautiful photo shoot. Love the French Quarter. Stayed many nights in the Cornstalk Hotel. Beautiful and historical
    love,love,love
    want to go back soon!

  11. On Royal Street: French Inspired Photoshoot in New Orleans | Part III | a jubilee event :: wedding inspiration for the jubilant bride

    December 3rd, 2013 at 12:07 am

    […] with the final installment from our New Orleans Shoot! You can see the beginning of our shoot here, and the second feature here. There were so many beautiful and gorgeous details — from the dramatic linen draping on the […]

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