Recently, we’ve been featured in several local and national press publications. It’s always so rewarding to collaborate with “friendors” on these projects. Personally, I am always drawn to feature real events versus a styled shoot, to give an accurate representation of what we can produce.
So in chronological order, here are some recent projects that were featured:
Marion McHenry wed Aaron Arant in the fall of 2016, and this gorgeous Longue Vue wedding was featured in St. Charles Avenue Magazine in February of 2017. It was coordinated by An.Gle Events and photographed by Greer Gattuso.
What a fun night was had at Jane Scott Hodges’ home, celebrating Ken Fulk and his new book! The party was featured in the September 2017 issue of House Beautiful magazine. It was photographed by Paul Costello for House Beautiful.
Ware Porter celebrated his recent move to New Orleans with an evening fete at his home. The dinner was featured in the October 2017 issue of House Beautiful magazine. It was photographed by Kerri McCaffety for House Beautiful.
We teamed up with This is Public Events to collaborate on a seated dinner at Compere Lapin, hosted by Hennessy to debut a short film by TBrand Studio called, “The Anatomy of a Dish.” We wanted to evoke a Lousiana landscape feel for this dinner. It was photographed by Denny Culbert and was featured in the Times-Picayune in January of 2018.
Next up was the annual Art in Bloom at the New Orleans Museum of Art. The theme was “Queen of Arts” and was presented in conjuction with the fashion exhibit “A Queen Within: Adorned Archetypes.” I can’t imagine a better party guest for a fashion exhibit than the queen herself, Anna Wintour! Photographed by Josh Brasted for the Times-Picayune.
Finally, Corrie Pellerin wed Robert Stackenborghs in December 2017 at Holy Name of Jesus Church and New Orleans Country Club. This fabulous winter wedding was coordinated by Laura Clotworthy and photographed by Greer Gattuso. It was featured in both the Times-Picayune and St. Charles Avenue Magazine in April 2018.
Thank you to all of our clients for entrusting your events to us and thank you to our vendor partners for ensuring a seamless production! It takes a village to execute high quality events, both large and small, and we look forward to producing more memorable events!← Feature in Flower Magazine