HH Design house created so many details with this beautiful New Orleans wedding. Meghan chose pumpkin orange and moss green for her colors. Meghan and Ken wanted a special logo that incorporated the spirit of New Orleans in their wedding festivities. They chose a fleur-de-lis, which is symbolic of NOLA's french-creole culture, with an M and K on either side. They were married at the Plimsoll Club at the Westin Hotel in the heart of New Orleans.
Meghan's wedding gown.
These are the beautiful green shoes worn by the bride that also matched her fall motif.
Every last detail was about Meghan and Ken. These photo stamps were stuck on the wedding invitations, and the photographer had it hand-canceled in New Orleans with the Wedding Date! What a neat keepsake.
The inviations were designed by Hayley with her beautiful "signature calligraphy". Meghan and Hayley had long been designing their dream weddings together, but Ken takes credit for having the ideas that eventually evoloved into the Wedding Invitation: A beautiful two-color letterpress invitation presented in a green pocket folder that has the orange foil impression of their Custom Monogram embellished on the front.
Meghan's mom, who is quite the seamstress, helped her out with Something blue....a piece of monogrammed silk with their monogram and wedding date sewn inside her gown.
Finishing up the last details before "I do".
Meghan held on to the locket of her grandparents during the ceremony.
One last kiss before it's made official!
Here is Meghan with her bridesmaids and junior bridesmaids before the ceremony.
Meghan and her mother.
A guest is looking at the programs designed by Hayley with the special monogram. This special guest is actually Hayley's grandmother, who got to be honorary grandparent for the day as well!
Meghan with her parents walking her down the aisle.
What is New Orleans without jazz? And they got the party started in a BIG way with the Second Line.
The bride and groom with special feathered umbrellas ready to walk.
Dr. and Mrs. Lutschg doing the traditional New Orleans "Second Line" to the reception. Lead by the marching band through the streets, wedding goers wave handkerchiefs and even passer-bys stop and join in the fun and dance to the music. It's a traffic stopper for sure!
The reception was held at the Foundry, which is where the Second Line wraps up.
The centerpieces represented the color scheme well using beautiful shades of oranges and greens.
The four-tiered Wedding Cake incorporated elements from the invitation.
The groom's cake could not have been anything but fishing themed, and this one made him proud!
Cocktail napkins had different fun facts about the couple, also done by HH Design House.
Thanks you to Sandra O'Claire for the awesome photography at www.eauphoto.com