Your wedding day is probably one of the most important days of your life. Most weddings take about a year of planning, and require thinking about everything from where it will take place to the napkins at the reception. The last thing anyone who has planned a wedding wants is to have to worry about something going wrong on the big day.
So let’s make it simple.
If you’re planning on getting married at New Orleans, then we suggest taking a look at the Maison Dupuy Hotel. What sets this hotel apart from others in the French Quarter is that they can help you with almost every aspect of your wedding. Beyond providing hotel rooms for your guests, the Maison Dupuy Hotel staff will find you a photographer, hire someone to officiate, take care of the flowers, coordinate your ceremony, cater the food, select music for the reception and more.
It’s also one of the city’s most unique hotels, and it can accommodate wedding parties up to 200 people. Whether you want to get married in a beautiful courtyard, or in a European-style ballroom, this is the place to be. For smaller groups, the Cajun Cabin and the French Quarter Cottage provide beautiful backdrops for intimate weddings. The waterfalls, fountains, and beautifully preserved brick around the hotel grounds are great for wedding photos.
The hotel is also very flexible. If you’ve already found a venue for your wedding ceremony and just need a place for the reception, then they can make that happen. The same goes for wedding day brunches, bachelorette parties, rehearsal dinners, and any other event that you need planned.
To request information about pricing, availability, menus and more, visit our site New Orleans Courtyard Weddings.
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