Beads by the Dozen
Add a New Orleans touch to your wedding celebration with Beads by the Dozen's adorable wedding beads and trinkets. Their boas and other fun fashion items are also great for bachelarette parties. Check out their custom wedding beads for something truly unique!
Bag of Donuts
The New Orleans based quartet has been singing together for over three decades. In 2019, they were inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame and the momentum only seems to be building. Along with their flair for kabuki make-up and extravagant costumes, the four New Orleans natives cover songs in a style they have branded as Superpop: Any song popular from any era.
John’s Tuxedos and Suits
The bride wore white but what did the groom wear? Everyone will remember exactly how you looked with a tux from locally owned and operated John’s Tuxedos and Suits in Metairie. Whether you go modern or classic or choose to buy or rent, your new wife won’t be able to keep her eyes off of you.
Sidney Donaldson Photography
Next to who you marry, your wedding photographer might just be the important decision you make. Ask hundreds of brides who’ve walked down that aisle before you: they’ll tell you that you can’t go wrong with Sidney Donaldson Photography. No one shoots New Orleans weddings like he does!
New Orleans Famous Pralines
Send your wedding guests home with a little taste of New Orleans when you add New Orleans Famous Praline Company’s tasty treat to your party favors. Using the finest of ingredients and a 100-year-old recipe, the company is a New Orleans staple.
Reverend Johnny Adams
Reverend Johnny Adams is a New Orleans based wedding officiant with experience presiding over civil, religious, and interfaith wedding ceremonies. Over the past ten years, Johnny has helped countless couples design personal, meaningful ceremonies to celebrate their love and commitment.
Yur Event Rentals
Your big day won’t “just happen”–you need a team who can make it happen in a big way. Yur Event Rentals comes through every time with everything you need–from chairs and linens to bubble machines and oyster forks.