Author: Haley Adams

Get Ready in Style

Make the prep time before your wedding a day of luxury in one of these three New Orleans hotels.

From the Editor

I’m writing this note with exactly 59 days until my own wedding.  I’ve already spent hours addressing invitations and thank you notes, and I spent a solid afternoon talking with my mom about the shape of my wedding program. Since…

How Do I...?

We asked local makeup experts questions you’re probably already wondering about your wedding day makeup.

Read & Spin

JAZZ New Orleans’ male jazz stars often get the headlines, but the city’s female musicians rack up the accolades, too, including jazz vocalist Cindy Scott. Her new album Historia is a mix of original music and covers, but Scott puts…

Read & Spin

MEMOIR As America’s favorite political odd couple, James Carville and Mary Matalin share a candid look into their lives in Love & War: Twenty Years, Three Presidents, Two Daughters and One Louisiana Home. The book alternates between Carville and Matalin’s…

Sold Out in Five Days

Jacques Rodrigue says the success of George Rodrigue's first posthumous print is a testament to his father's legacy.

10 Places for a Wedding Reception in New Orleans

New Orleans knows how to throw a good party, so it makes sense there are plenty of places to choose from when looking for the perfect place for your wedding reception. Here are 10 places that will help you have…

From the Editor

Since the last issue of New Orleans Bride, I have been in the craziness of my own wedding planning. My fiancé and I got engaged in August 2013 after a lovely dinner at Coquette, and since then I have been…

Read & Spin

HISTORY Graphic artist Phillip Collier has made a book of New Orleans’ most famous brands in Making New Orleans: Products Past & Present. The book highlights New Orleans companies from the past, like Blue Plate Foods Inc. and Jax Beer,…

Catching Up with O.A.R.

O.A.R. is coming to town Dec. 31. We talked to Chris Culos about why the group likes playing in New Orleans and more.

Homeless for Christmas

A New York Times article is inspiring people to think about homelessness this holiday season.

A (Maybe Too Early) New Orleans Christmas Playlist

It seems like Christmas marketing comes earlier and earlier every year and everyone loves to complain about it. “Christmas music? Wreaths?!? Ughhhh! It's not even Thanksgiving yet!” While I do agree that the Black Friday and Christmas shopping sales are…