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A Quirky Retro Wedding in New Orleans, LA

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Michelle & Paul in New Orleans, LA
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Michelle found these custom made Chicago Blackhawks NHL heels on Etsy.
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New Orleans culture and history is rich in the practice of Voodoo, and this positive bridal voodoo doll makes good vibes "stick" on your wedding day.
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Michelle's flower girl carried the couple's programs to guests.
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The couple participated in New Orleans' traditional second line parade between the ceremony and reception.
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The bride and groom's reception was bistro-inspired, with and outdoor cafe vibe.
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The couple sat at a traditional sweetheart table during the reception dinner.
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Vintage coke bottles played a major role during the reception and cocktail hour.
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Guests chose from an array of cupcakes on the dessert table for sweets during the reception.
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Family and friends placed cards in a vintage-inspired suitcase at the reception.
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Guests signed their names along with messages for the bride and groom on this pink cut out of Louisiana.
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Trendy bistro lighting was used to light the reception once it became dark outside.
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The couple's retro reception outfits set the tone for the dancing portion of the reception.

Michelle & Paul in New Orleans, LA

Michelle and Paul got married at the Chateau Hotel in New Orleans in a retro wedding with tons of quirky elements and Louisiana flair.
- Rachel Torgerson
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