Learn about New Orleans
There’s perhaps no city that says “Celebrate!” quite like New Orleans, and there’s surely no place that comes close to matching its highly unique culture. Cropping up just above the Mississippi River Delta, New Orleans was a city controlled by both the French and Spanish before being sold to the United States. Over its lifetime, the city has incorporated an eclectic blend of French, Spanish, Native American, Creole, Caribbean, and African cultures - while the French Quarter may be the most famous of New Orleans’ districts (most famous for Mardi Gras celebrations), this multicultural city offers a stunning abundance of buildings from many periods and international influences. That said, a couple planning a wedding in this city enjoys an enormous array of potential themes and locations for their venue, as well as a rich diversity of international cuisines. Combine this with New Orleans’ warm weather year round, its status as a popular tourist destination, and it’s festive atmosphere, and a wedding in this city is sure to be a celebration to remember.