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New Orleans Wedding Photography

This past November I was fortunate to be able to travel back to New Orleans for a wedding photography workshop. As a photographer I put a lot of value in investing in education and continuing to develop my skills to better serve my wedding clients. As an artist I know it is paramount to creativity to seek out new beautiful experiences in this life. The Inspire retreat with Mon Soleil Weddings provided both these opportunities. Between all the knowledge shared and the new wedding industry connections made I feel more ready than ever to move forward in setting up in my new market and adding more destination services to my existing business model.

New Orleans to me is an ideal local for artistic endeavors with its bright colorful appeal and abundance of talent in all forms. In the three years I have lived there I have learned to slow down a bit and really live for the enjoyment of the moment. The music, the food, the art, and even the street performers feed my soul. The richness in color and unique details of this editorial by event planner Valerie Gernhauser of Sapphire Events were perfection. This editorial really captured the essence of what an intimate French Quarter wedding can aspire to be.

With its unique history and undeniable charm Kingsway Studio was a most inspiring location of choice. With all of its one of a kind venues and traditions its now wonder New Orleans wedding photography has won over my heart.

Bride putting on her earrings before wedding.
Wedding invitation suite flat lay designed by Idea Emporium.
Bride and groom playing the piano at Kingsway studio in New Orleans.
Wedding photography by Jennifer Campbell Studio.
The living room of Kingsway Studio in the French Quarter.
Floral centerpiece on table designed by Max Owens Designs.
Groom getting ready putting his bow tie on.
The Audrey Hepburn painting hanging over the fireplace at Kingsway Studio.
Fireplace mantle floral design by Maxine Owens.

The lush vibrant florals by Maxine Owens of Max Owens Design were a bold touch that brought the inspiration of this shoot to life. They accented this all red room at Kingsway Studio that was actually designed to host the painting of Audrey Hepburn that sits above the mantle perfectly. I think Audrey would approve!

Bride wearing Dana Hareld Design  wedding gown.
New Orleans wedding photography by Jennifer Campbell.
The hallway entry at Kingsway Studio.
Kingsway Studio dining room decorated for wedding.
Dining room table centerpiece and candles.
Bride and groom with close up of engagement ring.
Bride and groom in wedding attire styled by Gabrielle Hurwitz.
Red wedding cake made by Chasing Wang.
Wedding tables and décor by Sapphire Events in New Orleans.
Bride with bold blue eyeshadow put on by Faces of Virtue.
Picture of bride and champagne at wedding in New Orleans at Kingsway Studio.
Bride and groom walking hand in hand in the French Quarter on their wedding day.

PRODUCTION & DESIGN | Sapphire Events 
LOCATION | Kingsway Studio
STYLING | Gabrielle Hurwitz
STATIONERY | Idea Emporium
BEAUTY | Faces of Virtue
DEEP V DRESS | Luna Bea Bride
RENTALS | Distressed Rentals
CAKE | Chasing Wang
FLORALS | Maxine Owen Designs
EARRINGS | Jennifer Behr
MENSWEAR | The Black Tux

PHOTOGRAPHY | Jennifer Campbell Studio