For many years weddings have always had a special place in my heart. I believe meeting 200 plus people at a wedding is the opportunity of a lifetime to showcase what you can do and "How you do it!" The way I experience a wedding is through the eyes of everyone else. I understand Dad's point of view since I have daughters as well. The thought of walking my girls down the aisle is enough to start dropping tears. I understand mom's view as she looks at her little girl as a grown woman starting her own family. The guests want to enjoy watching the couple be in love on the dance floor and my timeline must allow them to do so. Every action has a reaction and when it all happens in front of 200 people it becomes obvious! The Elms Mansion on Saint Charles Avenue provided the backdrop for this amazing wedding.
Elizabeth and I always get the list of vendors so 1) I know who I'm working with and 2) I know who to deliver images to for their own advertising needs. This wedding I had the pleasure of working with Kelly Sherlock!
Kelly has a wonderful way of letting the day evolve naturally yet under the timeline which she has created. I love how Kelly always has a smile on her face which in turn keeps our clients happy and in the moment. The way she can motivate a crowd of people to do as we need them to is a blessing. After the ceremony we all went back up the aisle and knocked out the family group images really quick because Kelly was in charge and together we worked quickly! If you have Kelly and I on the job you are truly in good hands!
Cake art by: FlourPower & NOLA FLORA
Every wedding has it's own unique flare. When you hire the best in town you get the best experience possible. This wedding was fun, beautiful and "On Point!"
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