The Beauregard-Keyes house is one of the most unique New Orleans venues, and after shooting several weddings here I was so thrilled to photograph an elopement! While “elopement” can mean all sorts of things these days, Erica + Collin had many friends and family surrounding them as they combined their families into one.
This rose garden is one of my favorite places in the French Quarter – and such a special place for a wedding ceremony!
Erica + Collin’s sweet daughter was the most precious flower girl!
I loved all the pops of color throughout the day and the Beauregard-Keyes House in the French Quarter was the perfect garden backdrop for every detail!
Someone had to have a snack during the wedding, we can’t blame her!
Their kids were too funny about the kiss – such an unexpected moment and everyone laughed!
Always got a tour group walking by in the French Quarter!
That dusky light showed off for us and portrait time!
After the ceremony and portraits wrapped up, it was time to travel to Brennan’s in style – via second line!
Here’s what Erica said about her wedding:
The experience from beginning to end with Pop of Love was absolutely phenomenal! All the way from communication, coordinating, planning and just overall kindness and a genuine love for making couples feel like they are on top of the world! Logan and Sarah made our wedding day beyond perfect! Everything I ever imagined my wedding day to be was exceeded by leaps and bounds! I just want to hit the repeat button over and over again! There isn’t a thing I would change! A big thanks and infinite recommendations to anyone looking for the perfect company to plan your wedding in one of my favorite cities, New Orleans! My hats off to y’all Pop of Love (Logan and Sarah) Dreams came true.
Brennan’s is an institution in New Orleans but feels absolutely timeless. I love eating here!
PS – if you liked this New Orleans Beauregard-Keyes house elopement, check out Clare + Ben’s gorgeous Melrose Mansion elopement!