The Chicory, an elegant venue for your New Orleans wedding ceremony and reception, features exposed beams, brick walls, and gas lanterns. Originally built in 1852 as a coffee warehouse, The Chicory has maintained its simple name with New Orleans pride.
Hidden behind its gorgeous Antebellum façade, Southern Oaks Plantation is a unique, fresh, and surprisingly contemporary wedding venue. A quick stroll through the mansion’s immaculately decorated interior is all it takes to understand how thoroughly Southern Oaks embraces the wedding industry’s latest trends.
The Federal Ballroom is A Historic New Orleans Wedding Venue Built in 1923. This Unique Venue offers Wedding Reception & Ceremony Spaces with Wedding Planner On Site. Located on The Street Car Line in the Historic Central Business District One Block From the French Quarter and Immaculate Conception Church.
A New Orleans bed and breakfast inn like no other, Canal Street Inn offers easy streetcar access to the attractions and events of New Orleans, Louisana. Plan the perfect New Orleans B&B getaway vacation to our laid-back New Orleans Inn located on Canal Street.
club XLIV is an impressive private lounge located just steps away from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and Champions Square, club XLIV features amazing built-in amenities including modern furnishings, illuminated bars, specialty lighting and audio/video.
club XLIV is uniquely designed to serve the modern bride and groom with a combination of cutting edge style and elegance. Encore offers the perfect space to host your wedding ceremony or additional space for a larger wedding reception in combination with club XLIV.
New Orleans wedding venues and reception locations
See our extensive list of New Orleans, Louisiana wedding venues, reception facilities and other exciting wedding locations. Whether you're planning an outdoor wedding for 30 or a formal dinner reception for 300, your venue should provide the right atmosphere for your celebration.
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