Nick and I met during our medical training, and although he’s from TN and I’m from FL, we’ve fallen in love with New Orleans and the French Quarter, in particular. After almost 3 years of dating, we got engaged and realized that a big wedding just didn’t suit our style. We’re both fairly unconventional and decided that an intimate ceremony for two was the way to go. We still wanted our closest family and friends to be able to partake in the most important day of our lives and so we streamed the ceremony online the next day for them to view. We’ve made Louisiana our home and thought there was no better place to start our lives together than in the French Quarter! – Michelle

In some ways this very simple request was one of most unusual. An elopement, but more like a full wedding with no guests, it brought exciting new challenges. I was lucky to be able to bring in the fabulous Amanda Smith from Oregon to help me on a few summer weddings, even with a small wedding having two photographers make all the difference in the world. The day went as perfectly as I’ve ever seen a wedding day go thanks to Michelle’s meticulous planning and the gorgeous stylings of Mrs. Vintage and Poppy and Mint. They even had a the video online the next day to show their friends and family. Check out all their vendors at the bottom of the page. – Kerry and Amanda


Venue –  Beauregard-Keyes House

Officiant – Jerry Schwehm  Fig Street Weddings

Designer – Julia Hohne Mrs. Vintage

Floral design –  Poppy & Mint Florals

Photography – Heirloom Collective Kerry Maloney and Amanda Smith

Videography –  Bride Film

Music – Harry Hardin New Orleans Finest Musicians

Hair and Makeup – Gina Trosclair Two Sisters Hair & Makeup

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