Real Weddings

A Gilded New Orleans Wedding Infused with Playful Elegance

A picture is worth a thousand words. And the images from Terryn Fudickar and Charles Mann’s January 2014 nuptials bring to mind fun-loving, ethereal elegance.

Race + Religious is a most fitting New Orleans background for any wedding or party. Built in 1836, this the Greek-revival row-house with its 4-brick-thick buildings sits blocks off of the riverfront. It has weathered storms and experienced the change of the city over the almost two centuries since it’s beginning. The exposed brick and the history of the building are key elements in each photo.
The bride was stunning in her lace Anna Maier dress from Pearl’s Place. A champagne gold underlay of the dress matched seamlessly with the gold design theme running throughout the wedding décor, right down to the three-tier wedding cake.

This golden-hued fete ended with a Pedi cab ride into a gilded future.

 

Bride: Terryn Fudickar

Groom: Charles Mann

Date of wedding: Jan. 11, 2014

Ceremony and Reception: Race and Religious

Coordinator: Sarah Sadler Worsley of Mint Julep Productions

Gown: Anna Maier from Pearl’s Place

Rings: Hiller Jewelry

Florist: Iris Floral & Event Design

Caterer: Chef Brack May from Cowbell Catering

Cake: Zoe’s Bakery

Photographer: Katherine Landry

Hair (Stylist and Salon): Dane Castille from be.Salon and Spa and Guru Hair Studio

Makeup: Jonet Williamson

Music: Glen David Andrews Band

Other vendors: Cigar Factory

 

This wedding was originally featured in the Winter/Spring 2015 issue of New Orleans Bride Magazine

 

 

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