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New Orleans Wedding At The Pharmacy Museum

New Orleans Pharmacy Museum Wedding

“I have never seen Ryan so… shocked, speechless , and just awestruck… I don’t even know if he blinked! I loved it. The moment he saw me, I realized how much he loved me without him having to say a word. Memories from the past 8 years spent with him flooded my mind, making that moment my favorite one. Because it wasn’t one moment: it was a thousand moments all in one. It gave us a chance to breathe with each other, without family and guests. We were able to take in the moment of “oh my gosh. I am about to get married to this handsome, perfect guy standing in front of me!” Ryan got the chance to see me, and take it all in, and concentrate on each other and completely take in our wedding ceremony. And although the day flew by, getting to see him before the ceremony made it longer. Every second counts. Spend time with your soon to be husband as much as possible the day of your wedding because it will be gone within the blink of an eye.” -Mrs. Vargo

“NOLA has always tugged at our heart strings… Romance, food, architecture, history, all of it. Everyone that visits wants to do the same thing: have fun! We were a little intimidated when we first decided on a destination wedding. But we knew it would be worth it to have it in one of our favorite cities, New Orleans! We found ourselves looking up reviews of vendors and wedding venues just as we would be doing if we would have had it in Memphis. We also wanted a smaller, intimate wedding, and a destination wedding gave us that.”

Weddings At The Pharmacy Museum In New Orleans Are Some Of My Favorites Heres One Brides Story Of Planning Her Wedding At This French Quarter Courtyard From Afar

Getting married in New Orleans is a unique and magical experience. The first thing I thought when we began planning our wedding in New Orleans was, Whats our list of top 3 priorities? Listing these out helped us isolate the most important items and put our focus on them.

Another top priority was our photographs. We wanted to be confident that our photographer would capture the feeling of the day. Im glad I found Brei. She photographed our engagements and our wedding. It was like she was our personal photography psychic!

Our third #1 priority was having an enclosed courtyard. New Orleans has a plethora of venue options, across a range of aesthetics. Knowing what we wanted most helped narrow down those choices. And we decided on the Pharmacy Museum!

When its the final countdown, its too easy to feel stressed and nervous.

When you start to feel overwhelmed, whether its by technical details or family members who mean well, take a moment and look at the person youre marrying.

Think about all that youve been through together and all youve yet to experience, and breathe. Everything will be beautiful.

Garden Style Wedding At Pharmacy Museum In New Orleans W Lovegood Wedding & Event Rentals

This Pharmacy Museum garden wedding in the heart of the French Quarter is so lovely with some of our favorite New Orleans vendor friends for Lauren and Lane’s big day! Our team was able to provide a flip from the ceremony to the reception in the courtyard at the Pharmacy Museum. It is a beautiful space to use to celebrate all couple’s big day filled with greenery and that Nola charm with bricked walls with a fountain!

Lovegood Collection : Wesley Hairpin Tables paired with our Garden, Bistro Chairs, Champagne Cabinet as a ‘In Memory’ and Escort Card Display, and we added our Glass Goblets for the sit-down lunch

When did yall get married?

  • We got married on March 28, 2019.

Tell us all about the proposal!

  • We love travelling and were on a trip in Indonesia. On the last day on our trip, we went scuba diving. After our dive we were sitting on the beach still in our swimsuits, watching our last sunset of the trip with a couple of beers when he got down on one knee and proposed. I had zero idea that he was planning to propose on that trip.

Did you have something borrowed, blue, old, and new? If so, do tell!

  • I borrowed my maternal grandmothers handkerchief and secured it around my bouquet with a blue brooch that belonged to my husbands maternal grandmother. My old is my wedding band, which was my maternal grandmothers. We had our wedding date engraved in the inside of the band next to her wedding date. My new was my Truvelle wedding dress and Bella Belle wedding shoes.

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New Orleans Pharmacy Museum

The New Orleans Pharmacy Museum is in the heart of the French Quarter, just down the street from the Cathedral. The 2200 sq. ft. courtyard is the main event space. It can seat up to 130 guests with a center aisle for a wedding ceremony. It accommodates 150 guests for a cocktail reception or 70 guests for a seated dinner. Other than tenting, there is no covered rain plan space at this venue.

Perhaps less well know is the courtyard of the Maison Montegut Museum. Max capacity is 200. We love this courtyard for the lush greenery.

Hotel Peter And Paul: For The Modern Wedding & The Anti

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For couples who want a colorful wedding in New Orleans thats totally off the beaten path, take a look at Hotel Peter and Paul. An old church and schoolhouse converted into a modernized boutique hotel, this venue offers weddings anywhere on the grounds, including the old church sanctuary.

All of this means the hotel has a distinct historic New Orleans vibe without feeling stuffy, so its perfect for the modern anti-bride couple.

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Kristi + Ben Married New Orleans Wedding Photographer The Pharmacy Museum

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Kristi + Ben Married New Orleans Wedding Photographer The Pharmacy Museum wedding

Here are a few photos from a wedding we shot at the Pharmacy museum this past weekend. Let me just say how much I loved shooting this wedding!!! Kristi and Ben live in Texas and came down to New Orleans to have their wedding. As soon as we walked in the hotel room all the girls were so happy and nice and made us feel right at home. Kristi decided to do the first look which I LOVE!!! We came to the pharmacy museum early and we had Ben waiting for her on the stars. She was so excited and nervous to see him and it just went so perfect! We got so amazing shots of them before the ceremony. Then Kristi went with her bridesmaids down the street to get a beer and waited till it was time to go back to the Pharmacy Museum for the Ceremony. They had a gorgeous outside ceremony and after they second lined to the reception which was a The Bourbon Vieux. They were so lively and full of smiles the entire night! We sure do love shooting weddings.

Bridal prep Hotel Le MaraisCeremony The Pharmacy Museum

Broussards Restaurant And Courtyard

If you check this place out in mid-March you may even get a chance to see their wisteria in bloom. Many couples host a ceremony at Hermann-Grima, second-line around the corner and celebrate the reception either in the Courtyard and one of the private rooms, or they buy out the entire restaurant. A full buyout of Broussards and Hermann-Grima can accommodate 650 guests!

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New Orleans Courtyard Wedding Venue: Beauregard Keyes House Courtyard

Mo Davis Photography

The Beauregard-Keyes house is a Victorian-style property with this incredibly lush garden full of greenery and a charming brick walkway that leads you back to a show-stopping fountain. The courtyard is intimate, historic and makes for an amazing wedding backdrop. Like all of the courtyards on my list here, the property itself is full of rich history and stories.

The stunning home was designed by François Correjolles in a style that sought to combine the notion of a Creole cottage with Greek Revival features. After changing hands numerous times, the Beauregard-Keyes family took over the home. At that point, it was restored and the beautiful garden and brick walls were re-built in the courtyard.

Michelles Planning & Design Notes: Its like the secret garden meets an iconic New Orleans courtyard venue. So if youre looking to host a small romantic, ceremony in a courtyard that is hidden in plan site this courtyard is a great option to consider.

New Orleans Pharmacy Museum Wedding

Melanie Matt :: New Orleans Wedding

Kirstin and Drew decided to get married on January 20th 2019, a day New Orleans will most likely never forget. The city was alive with contagious joy, music echoing through the streets, people singing and dancing. The sun was shining and it certainly felt as though no one could rain on our parade. It felt as though the whole city was coming together to celebrate the union of Kirstin and Drew, and thats what I told myself as I made my way to the Omni.

The Pharmacy Museum was the perfect backdrop to Kirstin and Drews ceremony. There were so many unique aspects to their unionKirstin walking down the aisle having pieces of her bouquet handed to her by the prominent women in her life. Drew and his mother as they held each other after the wedding, tears in both of their eyes. Kirstin and her siblings singing Bye Bye Miss American Pie at the end of the night which broke out into everyone singing with them and Drew taking Kirstins hands into his own as he kissed them at the end of their first dance.

Love was everywhere, as it should be.

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Weddings & Special Events

The New Orleans Pharmacy Museum is the perfect prescription for your wedding ceremony, reception, meeting or corporate party. Located in the heart of the French Quarter, the Pharmacy Museums 19th century courtyard is the ideal setting for your special event. The tropical courtyard provides an opulent New Orleans party ambiance. Share an unforgettable celebration with your guests, surrounded by the decadence and romance of New Orleans past.

Site visits are by appointment only. Call 504.565.8027 or send an email request to

New Orleans Courtyard Wedding Venue: Brennans Restaurant

Mo Davis Photography

A short stroll from my all time favorite courtyard in New Orleans, Brennans Restaurant courtyard is iconic New Orleans. Brennans is a Creole restaurant on 417 Royal Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Its full of charm and surrounded by years of history . A little history on Brennans: The iconic pink building was originally a private two-story French Quarter mansion constructed in 1795, built for Don José Faurie and later housed the Banque de la Louisiane, the first bank in Louisiana from 1841 to 1891. After changing hands many times, it officially became Brennans Restaurant in 1956. The owners renovated the building and the new Brennans was unveiled in the fall of 2014.

Michelles Planning & Design Notes: Despite the expansive renovation the new owners have kept a lot of the space original to 1795. The courtyard and its amazing fountain is one of those historic details that hasnt lost one bit of its charm. Whether youre hosting an intimate seated dinner or a cocktail style reception, the historic yet timeless courtyard is full of possibilitiesmaking it a perfect fit for our exclusive list of five perfect New Orleans courtyards for your wedding.

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Pharmacy Museum Wedding In New Orleans

Kelly and St. JohnPharmacy MuseumAustin Gros Photography

Kelly and St. John planned their Pharmacy Museum wedding in New Orleans with one main goal in mind: to share the city they loved with the people closest to them, on the best day of their lives. They hired the Ruby and Pearl Events team for event management services, entrusting us with our excellent organization skills and wedding planning reputation to help advise them and get them across the finish line for their best day ever. With St. John’s family coming from Europe, and both of their friends hailing from all over the United States, this destination wedding to New Orleans was going to be many of the guests’ first time in the city. Kelly and St. John wanted to celebrate their wedding with great food, excellent drinks, and an amazing party, and with a traditional second line parade in the streets of the French Quarter, their wedding was certainly an unforgettable experience!

Vintage Pharmacy Museum Free Wedding With New Orleans Lux Wedding Professionals

New Orleans Pharmacy Museum Wedding Photo

During the pandemic this year my friends and I would call each other almost daily to discuss business ideas, how to pivot due to Covid-19, and to simply check in to say “Hello.” or “How was your day yesterday?” We were truly each others support system through postponements, cancellations, and tough conversations that I personally have never had to have in the last 6 years as a small business. One day in June 2020 after being in the pandemic for over 3 months I came up with an idea of a FREE WEDDING in the New Orleans area, and when I called all my friends to tell me it was a bad idea to offer this during the time I actually got a totally different response than I excepted: They all wanted to offer a free wedding to a couple in the best city on earth!

Our wedding got featured on about our professionally designed free wedding in Nola.

Color Palette :

The outdoor soirée featured pops of burgundy and neutral tonesand was a complete surprise to the bride and groom.

For the Groom :

Torrey wore a contemporary tuxedo from John’s Tuxedos the ensemble featured a side-vented, single-breasted coat with a modern fit. He embellished the look with a very special accessory: “It was a must that I wear my burgundy socks,” he says. “Maite gifted them to me on our wedding day!”

For the Bride :

Second Line Band :

With the help of Knockaz Brass Band, Maite and Torrey started a second line and began dancing with all of their guests in true celebratory fashion.

Vendor Team :

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Jacqueline + Marshall // Married

Jacqueline + Marshall tied the knot last month with a high-energy destination bash at the Historic Pharmacy Museum in New Orleans, that will keep their friends and family talking for years to come! New Orleans is a special place for these two, as he is a chef and former employee of Popeyes, and they have passed many a good time in the Big Easy. After getting ready at the Royal Sonesta Hotel, they had one of the sweetest first looks ever on the iron-laced balcony overlooking Bourbon Street. We then hit the streets of the historic French Quarter for fun photos at some of their favorite hangouts, like the Boondock Saint, Preservation Hall and Jackson Square. Their sunset ceremony at the Pharmacy Museum was breathtaking with its burst of fall color florals by Poppy & Mint. The couple exchanged their own vows to one another in a touching ceremony officiated by the grooms older brother, then were off on another fantastic jaunt around the French Quarter with a second line parade! Back at the museum, fabulous food was being prepared by friends of the groom Dancing finally got underway to the awesome sounds of Johnny Sketch and the Dirty notes and a great time was had by all. Congratulations Jacqueline + Marshall many, many years of love and happiness to you both.

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New Orleans Wedding At The Historic Pharmacy Museum

I love a good New Orleans Wedding. Especially at the iconic New Orleans Pharmacy Museum in the french quarter. The pharmacy museum is located in the heart of the French Quarter. The Museums 19th Century courtyard is the ideal setting for your ceremony. The tropical courtyard provides the perfect New Orleans party ambiance like no other. Inside the museum, youll find a large collection of apothecary jars containing their original ingredients, old wheelchairs, black leather physicians bags, medical instruments, eyeglasses, optical prosthetic devices, and surgical tools on display. It definitely gives your guests a unique cocktail hour as they can browse the museums shelves and rooms.

Lisa and Giovanni came all the way from Chicago to have their wedding in New Orleans. I had talked with them a lot over the phone and email to get all of their details worked out. Having a wedding on the other side of the country can be hard without the help of good vendors to make sure everything gets done correctly. I met Lisa at her hotel on the day of to help her get ready. We hung out talked while she was getting dressed. We headed to do her first look in Jackson square with her husband to be. After the sweetest first look Ive shot in awhile we headed to the Pharmacy Museum for their ceremony.

Interested in booking me for your New Orleans Wedding? Id love to chat! Feel free to inquire with me and we can talk about you and your boo.

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