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Samantha Bel Edwards


Jonathan Ricau



The ring bearer's pillow was filled with petals from flowers that Samantha's father gave to her mother while they were dating. Samantha's grandmother dried the flowers and handmade the pillow.

The Best Thing I Never Knew I Needed Photographer: Lee Wheeler Written by: Starlight Williams

The reception featured a "Family Favorites" table including take-home recipe scrolls for each treat!


hey met in college. She was Phi Mu. He was a Sigma Tau Gamma. They both had hopes and dreams, but never did they expect that one night while hanging out with mutual friends that they would meet their other half. As their love grew and their time at Southeastern Louisiana University ended, Jonathan knew that Samantha was not only his present, but also his future. So surrounded by family and friends at a crawfish boil Samantha’s parents held to celebrate their graduation, Jonathan dropped down to one knee and asked for Samantha’s

"My father and I danced to "Butterfly Kisses," the same song we danced to at my sixteenth birthday party. The song tells a beautiful story and had us both in tears!" - Samantha

hand in marriage. The crawfish boil quickly turned into an engagement party when she said, “Yes!” With their Louisiana roots, Samantha and Jonathan had a Southern wedding heavily focused on family. From the windowpane memorial featuring their departed grandparents to the handkerchiefs carried by Samantha’s mother, grandmothers, and paternal great-grandmother on their wedding days, the Ricau and Bel Edwards experienced a wedding that was an expression of their love to each other and their family.

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“We really wanted our family to play a big role in our wedding. All of our immediate family members participated in some way,” Samantha said. “It was wonderful to have them be a part of our big day.” Married in the church that Samantha grew up and her parents and grandparents were married in, Samantha and Jonathan began their Southern “happily ever after.”


Additional Vendors - Ceremony: St. Helena Catholic Church, Amite | Reception: The Governor's Mansion | Bride's Gown + Bridesmaids Dresses: Ashley Renee Bridal | Menswear: Jos A. Bank | Ceremony Flowers: Big C's | Reception decor and flowers: | N.O.W | Judge Blair Edwards (Bride's aunt), with family and friends | Bakery: The Cocoa Bean Bakery and Cafe' | Hair: Vicki Travis | Makeup: Lauren Michelet | Invitations: The Mulberry Tree


Carrie Ainsworth


Jonathan Abrams


THE POWER OF LOVE I Wanna Be "Bayou"


Photographer: Morgan Lynn Photography Written by: Starlight Williams

ou should meet my brother!” said a friend of one of

After four blissful years together, Jonathan was ready

Carrie’s coworkers at a party. Shrugging it off with a

to tie the knot. Planning to attend the scene of their

“sure,” the fleeting moment was soon forgotten. That

first date for a couple of pre-dinner drinks, Jonathan, a

is until the next year in which, once again Carrie’s

screenwriter, hired an actor to prevent the couple from

coworker’s friend reminded her that she would like her

entering the restaurant unless they were “on the list” for

to meet her brother. After a month of missed calls and

a private event. When Jonathan asked who the event

phone tag, Carrie had a date with Jonathan.

was for, Carrie was not expecting the host to say, “the future Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Abrams” nor for Jonathan

When they finally met, it was love at first sight…at least

to drop to one knee with a ring in hand. Shocked and

it was for Jonathan. Carrie was a little hesitant to call

dazed, Carrie didn’t have any other answer but “Yes.”

it even ‘like’ after he arrived 10 minutes late and the restaurant he selected was closed for a private event.

Going back to Carrie’s roots, the couple planned a New

However, Carrie was patient and curious to see how

Orleans destination wedding filled with traditions and

Jonathan would salvage the date. While at the end of


the date Carrie was content but not happy enough for a second date, Jonathan knew he couldn’t let Carrie be the one that got away. After some prodding from some friends and a next day phone call from Jonathan, Carrie

“When you love the city you're from nearly as much as you love the person you're marrying, you know you're well on your way to the wedding of your dreams,” Carrie says.

agreed to give him another chance. And thank the fates that she did! During the second date, they found their love connection.

Despite not being able to say she fell in love at first sight, there was no doubt of Carrie’s love when she said “I Do.” French signs were made by Carrie's sister which welcomed the guests to wine and champagne before their Second Line through the French Quarter.

Sharing a passion for their similar careers and love for sports, politics, 80’s music and travel, they became a couple, or as Carrie puts it: A couple of football fans who would cheer for Florida State in the National Championship game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena (USC was on probation), a couple of travelers who went to Bali, Costa Rica and all over Mexico and Hawaii, a couple who worked out side by side three days a week and spent their weekends eating pizza together while binge

Having lost dear family and friends to cancer, Jon and Carrie felt it was important to remember those who were there in spirit. "We had a moment of silence during the ceremony for those who were not in attendance," said Carrie. She also wore a locket with photos of her dear friend and Jon's dad around her bouquet.

"My departed friend's theme for getting through cancer was, 'Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain' and that's exactly what we did because it rained nearly the entire wedding weekend with the sun opening up at the exact moment it should." - Carrie

watching "The Wire."

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Carrie and Jon made a classic getaway in a 1969 Mustang Convertible playing Huey Lewis' "Power of Love." Jon is currently writing "Heart of Rock & Roll," a Broadway musical based on the song catalogue of Huey Lewis and the News.

Vendors - Ceremony: The New Orleans Pharmacy Museum | Reception: Omni Royal Orleans Grand Ballroom | Videographer: Contrast Films | Officiant: Judge Daniel Link | Bride's Gown: Lovella Bridal | Bridesmaid's dresses: White Runway | Menswear: | N.O.W | Trunk Club | Ceremony Music + Second Line Band: Kinfolk Brass Band with Frenchmen Street Productions | Hair: Miranda St. Pierre | Makeup: Brittany Ford | Reception Entertainment: Yacht Rock Schooners | Invitations: Carly Hammond


Mindy to Tory Bourg




Unexpected Love Written by: Starlight Williams

"The prayer and song that I walked down the aisle to was the song by gospel artist Anita Bynum -"I Don't Mind Waiting." My Love for God had to be expressed I needed everyone to know that God brought us together and I'm trusting Him to keep us together."

Arriving to work, the last thing one expects is to find true love, even less to find true love’s spokesman asking for your number. However, for Mindy and Tory, sometimes the unexpected brings the most joyful of moments. Read Mindy and Tory's love story and see more photos at

Wanting a sleek, clean design that would reflect their style and personalities, Mindy and Tory chose an all black and white design for their wedding decor.

N.O.W. VENDORS: photographer STUDIO TRAN PHOTOGRAPHY videographer DYLE FILMS ceremony + reception ENCLORE/CLUB XLIV/CHAMPIONS SQUARE event planner/designer WINK DESIGN & EVENTS candle decor + lighting FIREFLY AMBIANCE rentals EVENT RENTAL menswear FELLOW HANDCRAFTED SUITS Additional vendors - Florist: B Lucid Florals | Bakery: Chasing Wang, | Bride's gown: Pedram Couture | Bridesmaids gowns: JJ House | Hair: Ringletts | Makeup: Makeup Lab | Caterer: Pigeon Catering | Invitations: Exquisite Event | Entertainment: DJ Raj Smooth, Stooges Brass Band, Mardi Gras Indians | Transportation: Elite Concierge

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"My Aunt Donna gave me a custom made head dress as my wedding gift it was made with white leather, feathers, and silver beading the Stooges Brass Band along with Mardi Gras Indians ended our dream wedding." - Mindy

Jennifer to Jeremy Hasselbeck



"My favorite part of the wedding day was seeing Jeremy for the first time. I was so nervous walking down the hall to see Jeremy...Jeremy looked so handsome and I couldn't get the smile off my face." – Jennifer

A WHOLE NEW WORLD A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes Written by: Starlight Williams Their first meeting was a fleeting moment, but they couldn’t forget about each other. It took about a month for them to reconnect, but when they did Jennifer and Jeremy could feel that magical connection that would prove to make them inseparable.

Jeremy loves playing golf, so their favors had to be personalized golf tees and his groom's cake an LSU themed golf cart - complete with Jennifer and Jeremy's dogs as passengers!

Despite visiting Disney World several times, Jennifer had never been to Disneyland. Knowing this and her strong dislike for airplanes, Jeremy planned an Amtrak trip to one of the happiest places on Earth. Enjoying their time in the park, Jennifer was a little hesitant when a Disney photographer suddenly approached them to take pictures in front of the Wishing Well at Cinderella’s Castle. After she agreed, Jeremy gave her a dime and told Jennifer to make a wish. Whether she wished for true love, a handsome prince or both in a lifetime with Jeremy, we will never know, but her wish may have been granted when Jeremy dropped to one knee and asked for her hand in marriage. Jennifer added another happy memory to Disneyland when she said “Yes!” With a personalized golf tees and cake made to represent Jeremy’s love of golf and Jennifer seeing the look of awe and love on Jeremy’s face when she walked down the aisle, Jeremy and Jennifer achieved their fairytale wedding. See more photos from Jennifer and Jeremy's wedding at

N.O.W. VENDOR: photographer IMAGES BY ROBERT T. Additional vendors - Ceremony + Reception: Fleur de Lis Event Center | Bride's + Bridesmaids gowns: David's Bridal | Menswear: After Five | Florals: Flowers and Fancies by Caroll | Bakery: Zoe's Bakery | Hair + Makeup: Marcy Trentecosta

Margaret to Richard Houser



DESTINATION NOLA The City of Jazz Written by: Starlight Williams

Like an improvised riff or a playful note, the music to Margaret and Richard’s love resembles the music that runs deep though the streets of New Orleans. Famed music critic, Robert Christgau said “that inventing meaning while letting loose is the essence and promise of jazz,” and maybe the same could be said about love when Margaret, a New Orleans native, met Richard in Melbourne, Australia through mutual friends when she moved to the ‘Land Down Under’ to start her career. As they developed their melodious tune as their relationship grew, Margaret let loose a chord of joy when Richard proposed after a skydiving adventure in New Zealand. “It was the perfect setting and so memorable,” Margaret said. When it came time to tie the knot, there was no doubt that the pair had to be wed in Margaret’s hometown. “We wanted everyone to experience and enjoy what Richard and I love about New Orleans – the food, jazz music and the charm of the quarter,” Margaret said. Making the wedding day into a four-day festival filled with family and friends, jazz music and fantastic food, Margaret brought their song to a crescendo when she walked down the aisle to the Kinfolk jazz trio singing La Vie en Rose.

"The ceremony was so special...walking up the aisle to the Kinfolk jazz trio singing La Vie en Rose, the candles in the room, the flowers on the mantle, our vows, friends and family in the room. Our pastor delivered the ceremony with such grace and despite everyone crying still managed to make us all laugh."

Despite all the chaos that occurred that weekend – flash flooding shutting down roads in Louisiana and Texas, St. Patrick’s Day Parades, Spring Fiesta, Buku Festival and a massive conference at the Hotel Monteleone they were staying at, Margaret and Richard had a wedding as classic as the music the city created. See more photos from Margaret and Richard's wedding at Vendors - Photographer: G Chapin Studios; | Second Photographer: Natalie Miller | Getting ready location: Hotel Monteleone | Ceremony, Reception + Caterer: Napoleon House | Coordinator: It's Your Time Events | Florals + Candle decor: Poppy & Mint Floral Company | Bakery: Melissa's Fine Pastries | Bride's gown: Katie May (Caplet - Reformation) | Bridesmaids dresses: Joanna August | Menswear: P Johnson Tailors | Hair: Nicole Pigeon | Makeup: Celeste, Make Me Up! | Entertainment: Kinfolk Brass Band, Frenchmen Street Productions

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"The Second Line was so memorable for us both. The band took us on the best parade route. We had passerby's joining the party as we made our way down Royal Street." - Margaret


Kathy and Anthony's daughter stood by their side during their vow exchange and also read a special poem during the ceremony as a gift to her parents.



Anthony Le

Honoring their Buddhist tradition, the wedding morning consisted of a Traditional Tea Ceremony where the couple prayed to their ancestors and served their elders tea as a sign of respect and thanks.


BLOOMING ROMANCE Water Daily Photographer: Studio Tran Written by: Starlight Williams

After 15 years of living in separate households, Anthony veered from his normal habits and asked Kathy to take a walk with him on the beach to take pictures while they were on a trip to Destin, Florida. Camera in hand, ready to capture any perfect moment that passed her by, Kathy didn’t realize she would be capturing her own when she looked down to see Anthony on one knee with a custom ring they both designed. It was no surprise when she said “Yes!”


hey first interacted at her high school dance. And while he made her laugh, growing up in a strict traditional Chinese home and being the only girl didn’t make dating easy. So, Anthony and Kathy spent most of their time getting to know each other on AOL Messenger. In exchange for washing his friend’s car, Anthony would get a ride to the high school so they could chat in person while Kathy waited for her mom to pick her up. On the weekends, Kathy

would beg her brothers and cousins to tag along to the local bowling center so she get a moment of time with her Anthony. After three years of dating, Anthony and Kathy were gifted with a beautiful baby girl. Although her parents sent to Kathy to live her aunt in California to have the baby, Anthony and Kathy’s love for each other and their daughter never faded.

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Since both sides of the family are practicing Buddhists, Kathy and Anthony held a traditional tea ceremony. With blessings given by their elders, a nontraditional allowance of the bride walking down the aisle and a special poem read by their daughter, Kathy got every bit of elegance and romance she wanted in her wedding and more. “We feel that our story is one of true love and commitment, two aspects that is important in marriage,” Kathy says. “We both agreed that we could feel the love in the room that night.”

N.O.W. VENDORS: photographer STUDIO TRAN event planner/designer WINK DESIGN & EVENTS

Anthony and Kathy danced to "Back at One" by Brian McKnight which over the years had become "their song." "It was the first moment we had to ourselves throughout the day, and even though all eyes were on us, it felt like it was just the two of us in the room." - Kathy.


Additional Vendors - Tea Ceremony: Home of Kathy and Anthony | Vow Exchange + Reception: The Four Columns | Bride's Gown: Pedram Couture | Bridesmaids Gowns: David's Bridal | Menswear: Tuxedos to Geaux | Videographer: Montoto Productions | | N.O.W | Bakery: The Royal Cakery | Lighting: AD Event Group | Stationery: JC Pringing | Entertainment: T-Ray the Violinist, Robin Barnes and DJ Black | Hair + Makeup: Cat Vo | Live Painter: Alex Harvie


T. Nicole

"I have champagne taste but a beer craft budget. I have swooned at Reem Acra and Nicole Miller gowns for years. Never would I have imagined that I would actually get married in one."

Nicole and Mike "jumped the broom" to honor the tradition of leaping into a new life.



Mike Massay


NYC KIND OF LOVE When I First Saw You

Photographer: Jafar M. Pierre Written by: Starlight Williams

turned out to be a blessing in disguise when it allowed them to overnight her the proper documentation to get their marriage license.


he alumni network is more than just a way to keep connected and make connections. For Nicole, being the membership chair for Howard University’s alumni chapter in New York City, the network found her love. Nicole was attempting to have Mike join the Bison Roundup, and while he attended a meeting, he was more interested in getting drinks with her. They have been inseparable ever since. Running late from work to meet with Mike at the clock in Grand Central Station, Nicole wasn’t expecting anything special when he asked if she would like dinner when she finally arrived. One second they were turning to leave, the next Mike was one knee professing his love.

Nicole couldn’t stop the tears of happiness from pouring as she said, “Yes!” After a one year and a day engagement, the couple had a true Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler bash in New Orleans. But a wedding would not be a wedding without a few bumps in the road. However, for Nicole and Mike, it seemed that the bumps would be more accurately described as potholes. From Mike’s father being hospitalized to New Orleans changing its marriage license requirement that prevented them from collecting one, a few tears were shed and not all of them were happy. To add to the problem, Nicole’s parents missed their flight, but that

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Unfortunately, not all their problems were solved because they were still unsure if Mike’s parents would be able to make it to the wedding. Good news, Mr. Massay was released in good health and they were on their way. Bad news, they missed their flight and while the couple was hesitant to do so, they had to continue the wedding day as planned. However, God was on Nicole’s side because right as she was about to walk down the aisle, Mike’s parents arrived wearing jeans and sneakers, hot off the plane. Surviving the drama, the couple had a beautiful New Orleans’ style wedding surrounded by everyone they loved. “I love that we chose New Orleans,” Nicole says. “Almost 100 of our friends and family, who could have been anywhere else in the world, chose to be with us. My heart is full just thinking about all the love we have in our lives.”

N.O.W. VENDORS: reception THE BALCONY BALLROOM Since she loves all things French, Nicole chose a trio of Croquembouche infused with liqueur instead of a traditional wedding cake.

Additional Vendors - Ceremony: The Peristyle at City Park | Officiant: Tammy Joseph-Floyd | Bride's gown: Rent the Runway | Bridesmaids dresses: The Real Real | Groom's attire: Born to Tailor | Videographer: B. Bryant Productions | Planner: Kellie | N.O.W | Johnson-Turner, Fleur De Lish Events | Bakery: Maurice French Pastries | Makeup: Keyonna, Abeaute Faces | Ceremony music: T-Ray the Violinist


Candice Nesbit


Matthew Pierce



"If Matt and I have anything in common, it is our love for the ocean. We couldn't imagine getting married any other place than our favorite romantic vacation spot." - Candice

From Cabo to

Publisher's note: I just love Candice and Matt's cake - the naked cake pairs perfectly with the exposed brick in the venue and the colorful blooms and succulents by Bella Blooms are the perfect finishing touches! -Jessica

the Crescent City

Photographer: North Photography Written by: Starlight Williams


od was leaving nothing to chance when He made

a charm bracelet with several charms my mom and dad

sure that Candice and Matt shared a cubicle at the local

had given me over the years so that I could have them

public accounting firm that they worked at. However,

walk me down the aisle.

even though their conversations were at first shy and brief, the potential for romance grew until one day

Saying “I Do” with the sounds of the waves in the

Candice got the courage to ask Matt out on a date. That

background, Candice and Matt started the journey to

first date cemented a love that would survive a long

make every day which each other the best days of their

distance relationship, three moves and the adoption of


their bulldog, Berkeley. After their private beachfront ceremony, the couple With an itinerary of pampering, a dash poetry by

would return to the place they met, New Orleans, to

Williams Shakespeare and wine and dine experience,

celebrate with family and friends with a “very New

Matt proposed to Candice under a sky blazing with 4th

Orleans reception.”

of July fireworks.

N.O.W. VENDORS: photographer + videographer NORTH PHOTOGRAPHY & HD VIDEO florals + candle decor BELLA BLOOMS FLORAL

Slipping the engagement ring on her finger with a “I told you I was going to marry you,” Matt was thankful to see love and joy on Candice’s face as she enthusiastically screamed, “Yes!” “She was so loud, security from the hotel came to the room to see if everything was OK,” Matt says. The couple decided to elope on the beach. Because Candice’s parents couldn’t be with her for the ceremony, she added personal touches so she could feel like they were there with her. “It was important to me to include my parents—they are my two best friends, Candice said. “ Since my parents couldn't be with me on my wedding day, I strung together See additional photos from this wedding on our blog at

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"We met in New Orleans and still have a great number of family members and friends there so New Orleans was the only logical place for the reception. We wanted a very New Orleans reception with delicious Southern food, great cocktails, a killer band and a second line send off for our reception."

Additional Vendors - Ceremony: Cabo San Lucas | Bride's Gown: Mia's Bridal, Houston, TX | New Orleans: Reception: Calcasieu | Planner: Emily Sullivan, Get Polished Events | Entertainment: Louisiana Spice Band | N.O.W |



"We went with a classic neutral palette, with a ton of lush greenery, including wild bouquets and flower crowns." - Logan



William Doerries



I Couldn't Forget My Heart

Photographer: Sonia Savio Written by: Starlight Williams



ogan and Williams met first week of college in the

With an elegant but whimsical theme, Logan and

lobby of their freshman dorm. While Logan had a small

William’s day was surrounded in a blanket of love, family

crush on William, she was content with their growing

and friends.

friendship. Even though they became great friends and eventually a better couple, it became an ongoing joke

“Perfect does not even begin to describe it,” Logan says.

that William never remembered crossing paths with Logan that fateful night.

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How could William forget the girl who stole his heart? Well, he didn’t.

rentals EVENT RENTAL videographer BOWER PRODUCTIONS bride's gown BLANC BRIDAL COUTURE bridesmaids dresses PEARL'S PLACE

The National Shrine of Our Lady of Prompt Succor was the same church where William's parents and both his sisters got married, so it held great meaning to the couple to also marry there.

Logan has always loved monograms and incorporated theirs into as many aspects of her wedding as she could.

After a lunch at Muriel’s, William casually asked if Logan wanted to visit some of the haunted rooms above the restaurant. Confused as to why William had access, but willing to go, Logan and William toured the rooms until he brought her to the balcony with Jackson Square in the background. He started to speak emotionally about his love for Logan and even surprised her with the information that he remembered exactly when they met. However, the more William talked, it was clear to him that Logan was a little confused. “I can tell you have no idea what is going on, but today is a really important day for us,” William said. When she figured it out, Logan couldn’t help but scream, “Yes!” when William asked her to be his forever.

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Additional Vendors - Ceremony: The National Shrine of Our Lady of Prompt Succor | Florals: Poppy & Mint Floral Company | Bakery: Frosted Fantasies by Nikki | Hair: Salon Stefano | Makeup: Ashley Sievert Beauty | Reception Entertainment: Dat Band | Invitations: Erin Caruso | Jeweler: Raymond's Jewelry Creations | Getting ready location: Windsor Court | Live Painter: Scott | N.O.W |


Dewanna Stewart


Harry Daniels, III



Photographer: Prince Photography Written by: Starlight Williams

Harry only eats red velvet cake, so Dewanna made sure their 7-tier wedding cake had red velvet and chocolate layers in addition to the the traditional wedding cake flavor.

To incorporate their love of traveling, Dewanna and Harry had their guests sign a globe instead of a traditional guest book. "My favorite part about my wedding day was seeing how happy my husband was." - Dewanna


wo lawyers walk into a room, which could be the start

of a joke, but for Dewanna and Harry, it’s where their

conversation became less about law and more about

he was doing,” Dewanna said. He was trying to make sure

developing love.

that proposal was caught on video before they went out

story began.

for the night. “As we were walking out the door, I was Emails soon led to an exchange of numbers, which led

in front of him, and I heard him say ‘I have this for you.’"

Harry was working on a case with one of Dewanna’s

to a promise of getting drinks after Dewanna passed her

friends when she first met him.

exam. Needless to say, Dewanna never got a chance to

I turned around, and it was a ring! I couldn't believe it. It

use her Georgia license after finding her one true match

was like a dream come true.”

“I was a bit embarrassed because I had to force myself to

in Louisiana.

not stare at him,” Dewanna says.

With an elegant wedding that captured the charm of Nearly a year into the relationship, while munching on

New Orleans, Dewanna and Harry began their happily

Instead of his number, Harry provided Dewanna some

some potato chips, Dewanna didn’t expect for Harry to

ever after.

helpful advice to kick start her career as an attorney.

take their relationship to the next level.

Communicating through email for a couple of weeks while Dewanna studied for her Georgia Bar exam, their

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“He kept fiddling with his phone, and I didn't know what

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Additional Vendors - Ceremony + Reception: The Jaxson | Officiant: Rev. Ronald Stewart | Bride's Gown: Winnie Couture, Atlanta | Videographer: Bride Film | Bakery: Kupcake Factory | Florals: Perfect Presentations | Hair: Ryan Delahoussaye | Makeup: Makeup by Javetta/Lipsticker | Planner: Double Trouble Event Planning | Decor + Candles: Crystal Floral & Event Decor | | N.O.W | Caterer: New Orleans Catering | Second Line: Rebirth Brass Band, Mardi Gras Indians | Jeweler: Jack Sutton


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