Stacey grew up riding bikes and roller blading on the grounds of Southern Oaks. Southern Oaks, a premiere wedding venue in New Orleans, is known for its grand façade, delectable cuisine and first-class service. Stacey’s parents, Bobby and Sue Asaro, started Southern Oaks over 34 years ago. So when Stacey got engaged, she could think of no better venue to host her celebration. On the day of her event, Stacey finally had the chance to walk through the doors of the estate as a bride.
The ceremony was held at the historic Marigny Opera House with the reception following at Southern Oaks. Instead of having a “first look” before the ceremony, Stacey and Ryan shared a “first moment” alone immediately following the conclusion of the ceremony. The couple had the chance to embrace and take in the moment before being whisked away to the reception.
Stacey and Ryan entered the front gates of Southern Oaks to the tune of “Hey Baby” which was played by a twenty-piece marching band. As the band serenaded the crowd, a grand firework display appeared bursting above the oak trees. Streamers fell gracefully from the sky to complete the magnificent revelation.
Floral Designer: Bella Blooms Floral//Dress Store:Town and Country Bridal//Dress Designer:Martina Liana//Beauty: Glam On Location//Ceremony Location: Marigny Opera House//Cinema and Video: Tone Productions//Event Venue: Southern Oaks//Photographer: Dark Roux Photography//