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5 STAR REVIEW! xo
5 Star! Review!
Kendra was fantastic. First and foremost, she has such a lovely style,the pictures turned out beautifully. She does a great job using natural light; it was kind of a cloudy day but she transformed that into the most romantic shots. Kendra is prompt, she got right to work. She knows how to wrangle up the fam for the formal pictures and can corral a crowd, however her real strength lies in that she is able to blend right in to capture those sweet little unplanned moments as well.
Kendra was so easy to work with. She kept her cool and was very intuitive. I was getting a little nervous before the wedding (I thought my eye shadow was too much) and Kendra took the initiative to slip away with the bridesmaids down the hall to take some photos so that I could have some time to take some deep breaths. Thank you!
If I had to start over, booking Kendra would be one of the first things on my list.
Intimate Weddings in the
New Orleans is more than Bourbon Street and more than beignets and beads. It's ROMANCE....it's Spanish Moss hanging from trees...Historical Markers attached to houses...Wrought Iron fences....It's a place down on theMISSISSIPPI RIVER filled with past histories and your new history...xo
Make your special day intimate..just the two of you xo
Some things are better shared just between the two of you.
New Orleans is the perfect place for intimacy and adventure! Take the ferry from the French Quarter and cross the Mississippi River to the Algiers Point Court House. After signing your marriage certificate cross the river again and celebrate at any given restaurant on the cobble streets of the Quarter. Next window shop on Royal Street and day dream of the one of a kind antiques and jewels.
Everything is more special in the Quarter...xo
New Orleans is full of history and customs
As a transplant New Orleanian, I find living and working in The Crescent City to be utterly magical. The French Quarter is buzzing at all times of day, the Garden District is full of romantic tourists wondering how individual families can live in houses the size of city blocks and uptown is filled with young families enjoying the Art Deco parks.
So when I was asked to capture the traditions of dressing a Mardi Gras Queen I was thrilled. The custom angelic dress, their jewels, the tiaras..the society...all steeped in tradition. Beauty is everywhere..
When you choose to spend one of your most intimate moments in a different city, possibly a different country one of the most important decisions you make is your photographer...xo
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