Elizabeth and Calum’s Terrell House elopement during New Orleans Mardi Gras season was incredibly celebratory and special. Calum’s family flew in from Scotland (!) and the whole day was such a meaningful mix of New Orleans and Scotland touches.
The Terrell House is a true “hidden gem” in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans. Right on Magazine Street, it’s so close to amazing restaurants, coffee shops, music venues – and since it’s a bed and breakfast, it also serves as a great place to stay. It has an absolutely beautiful courtyard, and I’m so glad Elizabeth and Calum chose to do the ceremony there!
Elizabeth’s sweet mom got ready with her!
These images of Elizabeth are so timeless to me – is it 2022 or 1952?!
I was so excited to see Ranna arrive (and Elizabeth was, too!). Let’s Elope New Orleans is my absolute favorite officiant to work with and a dear friend. Ranna is from the UK just like Calum and his family, so it was truly a wonderful match.
The Terrell House has a house cat that presided over the ceremony.
Elizabeth and Calum were joined by just their immediate family and two friends – it was so intimate and sweet.
First champagne toast as husband and wife!
As a surprise for their guests, Elizabeth and Calum had Kinfolk Brass Band come do a second line around the park!
The neighbors were very excited!
Elizabeth and Calum, this elegant elopement was such a dream! Thank you for inviting me to be a part of it!
PS – liked this Terrell House elopement? Check out another New Orleans elopement here!