The Wedding Guide is 30, and now more lovely and sophisticated than ever before.
The Wedding Guide is the oldest bridal publication in New Orleans, continually published since 1987. Discerning Louisiana brides have trusted our quarterly magazine to plan their weddings for 30 years. We publish fresh and timely content in January, April, July and October. The magazine emphasizes wedding style, planning and beauty, ideas for the groom, real weddings, artisans that create bespoke wedding details and local events of interest to our readers. Our mission and philosophy is inclusivity. The magazine is a reflection of our richly diverse community, attracting multi-cultural local and destination brides.
Please join us as we celebrate 30 years of inspiration and elegance.
IN OUR MAGAZINE
Svastika/Shutterstock By Saleha Mehr You’re sitting at home, leafing through your latest bundle of wedding magazines, or perhaps cell phone at hand, gliding through the Instagram pages of various wedding dress designers. Skimming through the sea of white, you note...read more
Wedding Guide spoke with Taylor Gausman about her life alongside her husband, Major League Baseball player Kevin Gausman, and their fabulous 2016 Nottoway Plantation wedding. Written by Saleha...read more
If most of your guests need to travel to the Crescent City for your wedding, don’t worry. Whether they’re a seasoned traveler or a Big Easy novice, New Orleans offers a plethora of avenues to keep them entertained.read more
The Wedding Guide presents its photo shoot at the Port of New Orleans Plaza, inspired by destination weddings and honeymoons. Photos by North Photography.read more
Whether you’re a Louisianan hoping to jet-set off to someplace exotic, or you want to come down to New Orleans for your big day, there’s a lot to consider when planning a destination wedding. Find out some of the common hurdles you may face, and the best ways to overcome them.read more
Malorie Rupert Tadimi says that she has “been lucky enough to marry a Moroccan man and truly experience what it means to be dropped into another culture and soak in every bit of beautiful difference up.”read more