If you've never had the pleasure of joining in on a second line in New Orleans, you really should get to it. It's this amazing brass band musical parade where everyone is encouraged twirl parasols and little white handkerchiefs as they dance down the street. Aliisa is from New Orleans and knows all about it. So when it came to her wedding, she and Sam decided to play up the city in a big way. They went with a Jazz Age-themed reception and the day unfolded with all of the traditional NOLA elements. To get guests involved with the retro theme, Sam and Aliisa asked their friends and family to don their favorite Roaring '20s garb. "They really stepped it up -- I was so impressed with the beautiful feathers and beads and hats our guests showed up in!" says Aliisa. Add to that, the couple's venue, a 1920s-style restaurant called Antoine's, was once a hot spot for bootleggers during the Prohibition Era. Not only that, it also happens to have been Aliisa's grandfather's favorite restaurant. "It was also where my father and I went for daddy/daughter dinners." Unique Weddings in New Orleans, the couple's event planners, were on hand to make sure everything ran smoothly and the talented Dennis Kwan Weddings snapped all the beautiful pictures. For even more gorgeous shots, take a look at their wedding album!