What It Means To Miss New Orleans Themed Styled Shoot

Captured by Mateo & Company
Submitted by Spanish Oak Events

 

It is with extreme excitement I share the styled shoot which highlights what it means to miss New Orleans.

I first saw Randy Leo Frenchette, a.k.a Frenchy, painting 3 years ago the official signature float for the Krewe of Tucks. He is the official Grand Marshal of the Krewe of Tucks. Blasting local NOLA Jazz, he danced around his float totally lost in his own creativity, and the paint seemed to dance off his brush onto the float. It was colorful, full of life, and a tribute the city he calls home. Only the greats graced his float; Trombone Shorty, Dr. John, Louis Armstrong, Allen Toussaint.  Many say New Orleans is the only city that lives in you, but how many can show the impact that city has had on you like Frenchy?

One year later he announces his new gallery space, and that they will hold small weddings. I was moved to create a tribute to my beautiful city through my wedding eyes.  With the help of multiple amazing vendors my dream was brought to life. It was critical that we represented the city in all we did. All vendors were local, down to the instruments on the table. Kinfolk Brass Band actually played music during our shoot, and Frenchy beautifully painted the cake. This styled shoot shows couples that the wedding can be about them, and about the people that have an impact on the city they choose to marry in.

 

Event Venue:Frency//Studio Venue:Frenchy//Equipment Rentals: Bella Umbrella//DIY or Handmade Goods Designer: NOLA Umbrellas//Equipment Rentals: Lovegood – Wedding & Event Rentals//Band: Kinfolk Brass Band//Cake Designer:Bittersweet Confections//Invitation Designer:Exquisit Events Invites//Beauty: Faces of Virtue, LLC//Equipment Rentals:Event Rental//Apparel:Bliss Bridal//Other:Frenchy//Floral Designer: Fat Cat Flowers//Event Planner: Spanish Oak Events//Photographer: Mateo & Company//

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