The New Orleans Pharmacy Museum is one of the most romantic places in the city to have an elopement. Eugenia + Ethan were visiting New Orleans on vacation and while having a drink in the French Quarter, watched a wedding second line parade by. They knew then this was where they had to get married!
I started out with Ethan, his son (the best man), and a few other friends and family members as they got ready.
Once I had photographed them, I walked a few blocks over to Eugenia’s hotel! She was getting ready with her best friend and although there were only two of them, there was still so much energy in the room!
They couldn’t help but dance to the playlist – it was a good one!
I loved this spider brooch Eugenia added to her dress!
Eugenia + Ethan hired Pop of Love, the all-inclusive elopement company I co-founded, to do all the planning and decor you see here – they nailed the romantic courtyard look!
Eugenia’s elegant dress looked perfect with all the old world details!
I was so grateful Eugenia + Ethan listened to my suggestions about ceremony time – the golden light in this courtyard in the late afternoon can’t be beat!
Once the intimate vows were completed, they traveled back down the aisle and had an impromptu first dance to “At Last” before all the guests poured out into the quarter and paraded all the way to dinner at Kingfish!
PS – enjoyed this New Orleans elopement at the Pharmacy Museum? See another French Quarter elopement here!