February 26, 2020

Catherine Masters

Emily and Niall’s New Orleans Destination Wedding at the Mazant

One of my favorite things about shooting New Orleans destination weddings is that people come from all over the world to celebrate their loved ones. New Orleans has this way about it that no matter where you come from, it has a way of whispering right to your soul- you’re home.
I think that is why so many of our couples make their way to this magical city to whisper their “I do’s” beneath towering oak trees, hundred year old houses. We’ve got deep roots, long & rich history- the very things husbands and wives hope to make. It only makes sense.
Emily and Niall threw an amazing celebration for their guests from the bagpipe player, the oyster shuckers, to the second line. It was a wonderful melding of cultures and traditions.
Take a peek.

Starting off with a few photos shot on the funky, punchy, and oh-so-cool Kodak Gold 200. And their highlight video we shot- we don’t claim to be videographers. We don’t really do cinematic. But we do offer raw, nostalgic, highlight films for our couples. Its pretty sweet. <3

Wedding Planner: Caroline with Iris and Oak Events
Getting Ready Space, Ceremony, and Reception:
The Mazant
Caterer + Bartender + Oyster Shucker:
Little Bushel
Videographer:  The Masters in Love
Hair: Zachary Phillips (friend who lives in Texas)
Makeup artist: Anthony Garcia (friend who lives in Texas)
The Plant Gallery
Invitation suite: Sarah Babin (bridesmaid who lives in NYC)
DJ NO Metro
Second line band:
Kinfolk Brass Band
Decor rental:
Mascaro Bros. 
Dress designer:





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