Do you love elegant architecture with wrought iron balconies wrapped in sweet-scented floral jasmine and wisteria vines?
Are you a history buff who loves nothing more than a live band where everyone’s dancing and having a good time?
Do you dream of getting married somewhere with a unique, distinctive flair and heritage … without needing a passport and a long international flight?
You do? Well, New Orleans, Louisiana is here, ready and waiting for you.
Those who’ve been here before already know. It’s an incredible place, a vibrant feast for the senses. Marriage is a celebration, and celebrating is something NOLA does really, really well.
Because of this, there are a ton of next-level event venues to make your special day stand out in a big, big way.
These are our ten favorite New Orleans wedding venues!
With high ceilings, brick walls, huge arched pane glass windows, this location has it all. Including a dedicated staff who work with you, transforming this flexible event space to match your vision, bringing your dream wedding to life.
We can’t get over the variety of spaces at this location. The ballroom chandeliers are epic, and we love that its recent restoration pays homage to the building's historical significance.
2. The Chicory
This historic venue has been around since 1852. Before becoming a sought-after event space, the Chicory started as a coffee warehouse.
Its name pays homage to the process of adding chicory to the roast to stretch the coffee supply further.
We’re in love with the exposed beams, white-washed brick walls, and gas lanterns that emit soft, warm, romantic light.
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Located in the heart of the Lower Garden District, this three-story brick building borrows inspiration from “wow.”
The venue is a combo of three buildings and romantic brick courtyards accented with greenery. The upper-level balconies are dip and kiss-worthy.
You can say “I do” by the reflection pool or indoors. Either way, this eclectic venue is the perfect blend of something old and new — you provide the borrowed and blue.
We can’t get over the attention to detail. This cool one-of-a-kind space exudes an artistic, romantic ambiance.
4. The Jaxson
Named after Andrew Jackson, the brewery erected in his honor is now a sophisticated and polished event space. Located in Jackson Square, the arched windows frame views of the French Quarter and the Mississippi River.
This venue offers:
This venue is in the heart of the French Quarter, near the infamous Bourbon Street. We love the idea of having a wedding ceremony on the private outdoor terrace overlooking the Mississippi.
5. Degas House
Calling artists and fans of art: The Degas House was the home of none other than the famous impressionist artist Edgar Degas.
Fans and those who’ve never heard of him alike can’t help but fall in love with this elegant Southern mansion.
The Degas House is complete with Victorian parlors and antique furniture. This romantic setting also includes courtyards and a pineapple-topped fountain.
This ideal spot for your special day provides:
We’re still in awe that it’s possible to have the ultimate wedding in the prestigious former home of a world-renowned artist.
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Love rock ‘n roll? This space is total Joan Jett meets Mardi Gras. With lively bars and state-of-the-art light and sound, what better way to get — and keep — the party going?
From private event rooms to a full-on stage, it’s the perfect place for those who love everything about a good concert. But it’s also for couples who don’t want to skimp on the finer things.
On-site, you’ll get:
The bold colors and overall party vibe are one-of-a-kind. In addition, the flexible reception venues and wedding planning options ensure no matter what, you and your guests will have the time of your lives.
Oh, and the food! What’s not to love?
The parlor of this Victorian mansion features floor-to-ceiling windows. Melrose Mansion’s courtyard is also perfect for an outdoor event, complete with a pool.
The dark hardwood floors are offset with creamy white walls. These lead to high ceilings featuring original crown molding and chandeliers dripping in crystal.
We’re enamored with the bright, clean, and crisp feel of both the indoor and outdoor space. This wedding venue is a true modern display of Southern Charm.
The Margaret Place Hotel is a fine example of Greek revival architecture. Here, you can celebrate your wedding day in the semi-tropical cobbled courtyard.
Shrouded in privacy by the exquisite brick building adorned with balconies, the hotel is perfect for indoor and outdoor events.
Knock the rehearsal dinner or wedding reception out of the park in the indoor space, and tie the knot in the courtyard, shaded by majestic oak.
This space offers:
We’re obsessed with the rustic, elegant vibes and unique tropical twist.
Timelessly elegant and dreamy, the outdoor space is made of a lush, sprawling country club green lawn framed by mature oak trees draped in Spanish moss and twinkling lights.
Indoors you’ll find soft, elegant, muted finishes glowing in warm light. This opulent colonial home with stately columns invites you to go big on your big day.
This New Orleans wedding venue offers:
We’re over the moon for this venue. This enchanting fairytale-like environment is a literal dream come true.
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10. Chateau LeMoyne
Providing rooms, catering, and the ideal spot to tie the knot, this venue is a one-stop shop, perfect for those craving a destination wedding.
This awe-inspiring venue has a charming private garden courtyard and a renovated ballroom. The Chateau LeMoyne is also conveniently located in the French Quarter.
Our favorite features include:
We love it; our creative ideas get going. It’s the ideal backdrop of brick, cobbles, and crisp black and white accents. Now, it’s just waiting for you or your wedding planner to add delightful details and finishing touches.
It doesn’t matter where you choose to celebrate, whether it’s a venue overlooking the Bayou or boasting views of St. Louis Cathedral. In New Orleans, you and your guests are bound to have a blast. And with that in mind, “laissez les bon temps rouler!” (“Let the good times roll.”)