One of the best parts about a wedding in New Orleans is the reception. You’ve said, “I DO” and now it’s time for the real fun to start! The right venue is a huge piece of what completes the wedding atmosphere and can make any wedding incredibly special. At Kim Starr Wise Floral & Events, we piece together draping, linens, fresh flowers and decor to fit any venue atmosphere.
If you need event styling or floral design in New Orleans or beyond, we can make any venue work without a problem! During your consultation we can discuss your vision, design aesthetic, color palette, location atmosphere and much more.
With our expertise, we came up with a few of our favorite wedding venues we’ve worked with in New Orleans.
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The Van Benthuysen-Elms Mansion is a historic part of The Garden Districts in NOLA on Charles Avenue. This venue is extremely popular in New Orleans with its quintessential location and stunning jeweled windows and Grand Ballroom.
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Felicity Church has a unique Gothic style in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans. Located in the Historic French Quarter, this church opens its arms to any and all types of Love. If you’re looking for an indoor venue that will capture perfect Golden Hour photos, this may be the one for you. According to Amy B. of The Knot, “The venue gets AMAZING sunlight, particularly in the late afternoon. I distinctly remember rays of sunshine coming through the stained glass during our ceremony!” Can you say dreamy?
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Arnaud’s Fine Dining has a menu to-die-for, but they also offer stunning corporate and wedding events. According to The Knot, this venue is an “old heart with a new beat.”
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Built in 1852, this former coffee warehouse is now one of the most stylish venues in New Orleans. It’s known for its tin ceilings, exposed brick and gorgeous beams.
According to one Yelp reviewer, “The venue is beautiful and unique for any wedding and perfect for photo opportunities.”
Whether you prefer a more elegant, classic French Quarter wedding – New Orleans certainly has something for you.