I loved this New Orleans Pavilion of the Two Sisters wedding so hard! With a ceremony at Transfiguration Church, and an amazing reception at Pavilion of the Two Sisters, I was a happy (albeit tired) girl on this one!
If you know me, and what I’m most passionate about in my work, you know that I am all about the moments. It’s the true story of the wedding day that really matters when we look back on these events in our lives. And boy, did Danzell and Brandi deliver on the emotion and moments! They were so joyful, and loving, and just all-around fun the entire day!
These two were just so excited to get married, and spend the night partying with their friends and family.
It was an extra special challenge for me to capture images of Danzell with his best friend on this wedding day. Due to a car accident just weeks before the ceremony, Tommy had lost his leg, and everyone was unsure as to how much he’d be able to participate in the wedding day. Check out the images we got, though. I think we captured some fantastic memories with the two of them!
We started the day at The Hotel Monteleone for getting-ready, and then it was off to Transfiguration Church of Our Lord for the ceremony. The ceremony was held at the always-on-point Pavilion of the Two Sisters. There, we had an AMAZING second line with the Krewe of Zulu! What an amazing experience that was. You can find out more about the history of this krewe HERE. It’s worth the read to learn more about this iconic organization!
This New Orleans wedding certainly made for some fantastic memories – for all of us! I’m so happy to have been a part of this Pavilion of the Two Sisters wedding with this wild bunch.
Congratulations to the new Mr. and Mrs. Gourrier!
Special thanks to the following vendors for making this day such a great success:
Planner: Sher Bliss Events
Florals: Thibodeaux Floral
Cake art: The Royal Cakery
Ceremony: Transfiguration Church of Our Lord
Reception: Pavilion of the Two Sisters
Second Line: Krewe of Zulu
Ring drama = no worries!
A happier groom never existed!
I adore this series of images! Danzell’s best man wasn’t able to clap along with his hands since he was on crutches – so he clapped with his crutches! I was determined to incorporate this into their wedding story. I love at Tommy was eager to participate in his main man’s day no matter what!