They say that true love never dies, and from the looks of Jessica and Brandon’s Day of the Dead Wedding Celebration at House of Broel in New Orleans, this is one love story that will last forever! After having to postpone an entire year due to Covid, this group was long overdue for a well deserved party and this venue lent itself as the perfect party place.
After getting dressed, the bride and groom met up for the sweetest first look and the two of them just glowed in the gorgeous afternoon sunlight. They made their way back to the guest house for group portraits, and then the whole party hopped in a fun red trolley! They arrived at House of Broel just in time for the sunset ceremony. After the wedding, the party moved inside for the reception, and the evening continued with lots of toasting, dancing, love and laughter. When the Paulin Brothers Brass Band burst onto the scene, the entire party made its way outside and paraded down St. Charles Avenue in a second line. Picking up extra brides and Halloween costumers along the way was just par for the course! We have no doubt that a good time was had by all and there was probably much success in rousing all the sleeping spirits back to life. Congratulations to Jessica and Brandon … may your love last forever in this lifetime and beyond!
Transportation: Royal Coach Limousine
Ceremony + Reception Venue: House of Broel
Hair and Makeup: Friend
Bride’s Dress purchased from: A & Be
Dress Designer: Rebecca Schoneveld
Wedding Cookie Favors: Des Miettes
Music: DJ B Sharp
Secondline Band: Paulin Brothers