On Saturday, Corbie and Brian were married on a St. Charles Line streetcar on a beautifully overcast day. The couple planned a destination wedding that piques the interest of some of my friends who aren't all that into weddings. Since I know there will be lots of questions, I will explain for you!
After getting ready at the Maison Perrier, we all made our way to Lafayette Square, where the streetcar picked us up. The driver pulled onto the dead track on Howard Avenue for the ceremony, and then afterward the car processed all the way uptown and back downtown. This sightseeing tour allowed the guests, most of whom hail from out west, to see the city and to mingle. After debarking, a second line led the party to Luke, where the guests enjoyed a relaxed sit-down dinner. See what I mean? Even people who aren't particularly fond of weddings are jealous they didn't get to attend this one.
Photography / Weddings by Andrea Mabry Photography
Wedding Venue / St. Charles Line Streetcar
Bridal Prep Venue / Maison Perrier
Reception Venue and Catering / Lüke
Hair and Makeup / Blush and Bashful
Officiant / Tammy Joseph-Floyd
Coordinator / Frenchmen Street Productions
Flowers / Crescent City Farmers Market
Second Line / Kinfolk Brass Band
Dress / Amy Kuschel