Kristin and Jason had a wonderful New Orleans wedding at the Beauregard-Keyes House in the French Quarter. The couple started out with a joyful first look in the beautiful garden, and then after the formal group photographs, the ceremony was held in this space as well, with Benny Hardy and his band providing the prelude and ceremony music. The reception took place in the courtyard and inside the home as well. The winter-theme decorated cake was gorgeous, and with each layer being a different flavor, supplemented with a couple of classic New Orleans doberge cakes, the guests had lots to choose from! Krystle with Everly Event Planning & Design coordinated the wedding and was a pleasure to work with. This historic property was originally owned by Ursuline nuns, and the home was built in the mid-1820s. The name is derived from the fact that General Pierre G.T. Beauregard lived in the home for several years in the 1860s, and around one hundred years later the author Frances Keyes bought the residence and actively worked to restore the property and garden to its former glory. The Beauregard-Keyes House currently serves as a museum, with exhibits representing both of the historic home’s namesakes, and also hosts weddings and other special events.
- Post author:Michael Caswell
- Post published:December 29, 2015
- Post category:Weddings
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