1. New Orleans Bridal Portrait at the Museum of Art
  2. Audubon Park Bridal Portrait
  3. Bride Walks Through Field in Mississippi
  4. French Quarter Bridal Portrait
  5. City Park Bridal Portrait in the Botanical Garden
  6. Bride at Race and Religious
  7. Bridal Portrait at The Old Place in Gautier, MS
  8. Wedding Photographers in Lafayette Louisiana
  9. Bride on Railroad Tracks in City Park
  10. Bridal Portrait at Race and Religious Wedding Venue
  11. Baton Rouge Bridal Portrait
  12. Bridal Portrait in the Botanical Garden
  13. Louisiana Old State Capitol Bridal Portrait
  14. Bridal Portrait in the French Quarter
  15. Bride at Hotel Mazarin in the French Quarter
  16. NOMA Bridal Portrait
  17. Oak Alley Bridal Portrait
  18. Roosevelt Blue Room Bride
  19. City Park Peristyle Bridal Portrait
  20. Roosevelt Hotel Christmas Bride
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Bridal Portraits in New Orleans

Bridal portraits are a southern tradition, and are typically done a month or two before the wedding date. While photographs can be captured of the bride by herself on the day of the event itself, a bridal portrait allows for a wider variety of pictures with more location flexibility, less time constraints, and a more relaxed mindset than the wedding day might allow, and also serves as a great opportunity for doing a hair and makeup trial. Some of the photographs in this gallery were taken during bridal portrait sessions, while others were taken just prior to or after the ceremony on the wedding day.

Some popular New Orleans locations for a bridal portrait session include Race and Religious, Audubon Park, City Park, and the French Quarter. If you're willing to venture about an hour away, Oak Alley Plantation is an excellent choice.