Lindsey and Japheth's timeless French Quarter wedding
We were fortunate enough to be part of Lindsey and Japheth's beautiful French Quarter celebration! Following the crawfish boil rehearsal dinner from the night before, the day began with the bride, groom, and families getting ready at their charming Dauphine Street rental:
Once everyone was ready, the ladies and gents divided into two groups and embarked on separate journeys through the Quarter:
Finally, everyone arrived at the famous French Quarter Wedding Chapel, an intimate and kitschy venue tucked away on Burgundy Street in the heart of the Quarter. Reverend Tony officiated, offering sage advice and, in venue tradition, helping the couple sign and post a dollar bill onto the ceiling.
Once Lindsey and Japheth tied the knot, it was time for group portraits...
...followed by a classic New Orleans wedding second line parade through the quarter:
The parade ended in the lobby of the magnificent Arnaud's, a French Quarter landmark offering French Creole fare since 1918. There, Lindsey, Japheth, and their guests enjoyed a refined dinner in a cozy private second-floor dining room overlooking the Quarter.