This utterly stunning wedding editorial by Louisiana wedding photographer FAITH ROPER was set at the MARIGNY OPERA HOUSE, a former church designed by French architect Theodore Giraud in New Orleans in 1847. With a palette of slate blue, cream, and gold, the design by the incomparable JANNA BROWN features contrasting textures. The delicate lace MONIQUE LHUILLIER gown against the weathered stone, marble, and wood of the Opera House is a feast for the eyes. The table design was kept classic and tone on tone, with cream and gold plate-ware and abundant florals. Clear ghost chairs ensured that the design could shine against the backdrop of the Opera House. Gorgeous paper goods with an old world European feel added touches of blue. The models posed both inside and outside the Opera House, to capture all the textures and light that the venue offers. And of course the white vintage Bentley was the perfect getaway car!. 

A big thank you to Louisiana wedding photographer FAITH ROPER for sharing this stunning inspiration with us. Faith approaches your wedding day with thoughtfulness, intention, and care. "I always strive to be a calm presence on your day. Of course, I want you to love your wedding photos, but also to have a great experience with me. Looking around at all the friends and family celebrating, I always feel so honoured to be there documenting your wedding. I am inspired by luminous skin tones, painterly backgrounds, and emotive storytelling. I want to create photos that make you feel beautiful and that help you remember how you felt on your wedding day." Head over to her portfolio to see more of her work.