Intimate New Orleans Wedding at The Degas House - Heather & Eric
We don’t really love writing blogs, it’s kinda’ dreadful. We love sharing our work for everyone to see, but finding the right set of words that best describe how incredible one night was, especially when that one night is the night that two amazing people celebrated their love for one another, eludes us. We’re not great at it, we’re more of the kind of folks who say, “hey, let me show you” versus “hey, let me tell you.” That’s probably why we’re better photographers than we are writers. But we owe it to the world to share just a little sliver of how incredibly good the world can be when times seem rough or when life has you down.
And so we’ll do our best to tell you the story of how an engineer named Eric and a social worker named Heather came down from Chicago, friends and family in tow, to witness and celebrate their love between one another.
Their beautiful ceremony took place in the courtyard of The Degas House on a chilly New Orleans evening in November. There was happy tears, smiles, love and happiness, a gumbo of all the best emotions. And of course, nothing caps off an incredibly intimate and joyous ceremony like a second line. The Big Fun Brass Band led the way with Heather and Eric at the front of the parade that headed down Esplanade.
Anyways if you’ve kept reading we applaud you and we’ll stop trying to tell you about how awesome their wedding was and and we’ll just show you how incredible it all really was.