Wednesday, November 27, 2013
New Orleans Wedding at New Orleans Audubon Zoo
When Michelle contacted me about her New Orleans wedding, I remember my brain spun into a fun and frantic crazy mode... I was super excited because 1) I love New Orleans (have you had the food there?! Um, yeah.) and 2) I'd never photographed a wedding there before (and I just LOVE shooting new places!). While we had originally scheduled that weekend off for Mere's birthday, Mere said we could shoot it! I was over the moon! And so was Michelle!
We've become good friends over the past few months and Mere and I are so happy that we were able to not only shoot her wedding, but also share her day with her and Cam! Enough of the sap, let's get on to some details, shall we?
Kate Spade shoes with glitter heels. Yep. But wait... there's more... teal cowgirl boots for the reception. Atta girl! Just look at all her pretty details!
Pretty sure my heart melted when I laid eyes on this sweet babe. He was the honorary ring bearer.
These guys were pretty hilarious. All.day.long. You'll see (keep scrolling!).
The Tea Room garden at the NOLA Audubon Zoo was GORGEOUS - such a neat venue for a wedding!
It was an interesting and tricky dynamic with the lighting, but some quick thinking on m'feet and we get this dreamy little number. I love how happy both Michelle and her father look here!
The entire wedding party was a total blast.
Okay one more for today... me with the bride! Yay!
Reception coming your way tomorrow!
Talk to you soon,
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