Historic New Orleans Fete Complete with a Second Line Brass Band

If you are going to have a traditional New Orleans wedding, you better believe a second line parade for the new Mr. and Mrs. is in order. And that is only the beginning of this classic meets modern celebration held at the family’s estate and crafted by Everly. Also on the docket, not one but 3 insanely gorgeous dresses dawned by the fashion blogger Bride. Take a peek at the full celebration captured by Elisa Bricker right here.

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From the Photographer… Fashion blogger and bride, Bridget Ryan, chose to get married in her historic home town and celebrated her wedding at the family home. Their wedding was steeped in tradition, but her personal style is modern and fresh, so blending tradition and bringing in modern touches was important. Her husband and his family are French, so their wedding was also a blend of cultural tradition, and friends from around the world. They married these styles and traditions in a graceful ceremony at the church where she grew up and celebrated their wedding in the back hard of her family’s private estate. Of course, since it was a New Orleans wedding there were local traditions such as a king cake for guests in their welcome bags, beads galore, and a second line to celebrate the new couple!

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Photography: Elisa Bricker | Videography: Khoi Pham | Wedding Planner: Everly Event Planning & Design | Floral Design: Fat Cat Flowers, LLC | Cake: Nikki’s Frosted Fantasies | Invitations: Scriptura | Reception Venue: Private Estate | Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Bella Bridesmaid | Makeup: Belladona | Hair: Amber Buxton | Calligraphy: Sterling Calligraphy | Band: Sam Hill Entertainment | Dress Design: Nardos Design, Dallas Texas | Flower Girl Dresses: Banbury Cross

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