Before their Pharmacy Museum wedding, Aimee got ready at her childhood home with her gals. Then headed to Audubon to take portraits amongst the oak trees (oooo lala). Meanwhile, Peter cut about a foot of his hair off and stumbled upon a naked bike ride. Needless to say, it was an eventful wedding day full of surprises. Scroll to see Aimee’s reaction to Peter’s new ‘do as she comes down the aisle. Aimee and her bridesmaids tie-dyed vintage nightgowns for a custom pj/getting ready moment. So fun! These sleeves are absolutely everything! Aimee’s dad helped her pick out the dress, but this is the first time he saw her as a bride *cue the tears* Some things you can’t plan for, like walking to the ceremony from your hotel and running into The Naked Bike Ride. That’s New Orleans for you – expect the unexpected! The Pharmacy Museum will always be a favorite venue for me. The lush courtyard and the moody interior are perfection. At the rehearsal dinner, the night before, the groom had long hair. Like, beyond the shoulders long. He didn’t tell Aimee he got a haircut THE MORNING OF THE WEDDING. This is her realizing: A New Orleans second line is such a fun way to kick off your party and walk to your reception. I included about 12 too many photos, but I couldn’t help myself – it was a good one! These feather umbrellas are maybe the best I’ve ever seen. Like I said, it’s New Orleans. A French Quarter second line is always so fun, because you have a crowd of strangers cheering you on and playing paparazzi. The reception kicked off at Arnaud’s! Aimee and Peter threw their bouquet and flower crown to all the single people in the crowd. I thought this was a fun twist on the tradition. The outfit change. Gosh. I am still drooling over this fringe number. Aimee, can I borrow this? lol xo When I think about this day, I’m like “gosh, can we do it again?” It was such a good Pharmacy Museum Wedding! Check out another one here!