Haley Summers married Paul Bruno at Latrobe’s on Royal in a ceremony performed by a family friend. Audio entertainment provided the sound system and music to the exact specification for the bride. At the conclusion of the ceremony Kinfolk Brass Band led guests through the building where they were handed beads, hankies, Mardi Gras  mask and a to go drink for the secondline.

This luxury affair was candle light and with assortment of cylinders, candelabras and glass bubbles hanging from the ceiling created by New Orleans Candlelight décor. Instead of a traditional program a faux wall was created to hold an antique mirror that listed the the bridal party and family in the wedding. The wall also featured the bride and groom’s hashtag and the name of those family member who were there in spirit.  Guest signed a guitar for the bride and groom to keep.

 Dunn and Sonnier created an incredible arch way and trees for the ceremony that to incorporate the garden antique garden theme they decided on. The trees where carried over to the banking room and the small arrangements were the perfect touch the candlelit reception.

The Top Cats kept the dance floor packed all night and when Rockin Dopsie Jr. surprised the bride and groom with a performance the reception went to a whole new level. At the end of the reception the guests bid the bride and groom farewell with a sparkler exit as the rode off on a horse and carriage.

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