Real Weddings Intro

There are many ways to showcase a wedding, but none takes the breath away more than pages of beautiful photos. On the next several pages you’ll find photographs that display the most romantic, innovative and personalized local weddings. Turn this page to find inspiration for your own upcoming wedding, a future event or even to bask in the happiness of these lovely local couples.

Want to see your wedding on these pages, and share your big day with our readers and the city of New Orleans? To be considered as a featured local wedding in New Orleans Bride magazine, mail a CD with high-resolution (4x6/300dpi) photographs of: bride and groom; bride and groom with family; cake; rings; flowers; bridesmaids and groomsmen; ceremony; reception; and five other photos of your choice, as well as a typed document that includes a list of the following people that took part in your wedding: bride and groom’s full names; date of the wedding; ceremony location; reception location; coordinator; gown (designer and store); bridesmaids’ dresses (designer and store); rings; florist; caterer; cake; photographer; videographer; hair (stylist and salon); makeup (stylist and salon); and music.

Here is to all of our local brides and their families; your exuberance and happiness enhance the city of New Orleans!

New Orleans Bride magazine reserves the right to choose the wedding and the issue of the magazine in which it will be featured. Submissions aren’t guaranteed to be published and CDs won’t be returned. The bride, groom and photographer must give permission to use the photographs and information of the submitted wedding. Please mail your CD to: New Orleans Bride magazine, Attn: Tiffani Reding, 110 Veterans Blvd. Suite 123, Metairie, LA 70005.

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