Below are a few different locations of some popular elopement locations. If there is a location that you have in mind, please let us know, we will gladly go to the location of your choice.
Jackson Square is a historic park in the French Quarter of New Orleans. The park originally was names Place d'Armes and later named Jackson Square for the battle's victorious General Jackson. The park is located on Decatur Street, between the Jax Brewery Shopping Mall and the French Market, in front of the St. Louis Cathedral.
Pirates Alley is one block long, and extends from Chartres St. at Jackson Square to Royal St. Halfway down the alley, a lamppost marks its intersection by Cabildo Alley, which extends (the width of the Cabildo) to St. Peter St. This is likely one of the most famous lampposts of the French Quarter, as long and as often as Pirate Alley has been photographed and painted. Many weddings are now performed under the several lampposts in the alleys. Much legend swirls around Pirate’s Alley and its location between the original Spanish prison and the Cathedral.
The Washington Artillery is a great spot to say ‘I Do’. One side of the park overlooks Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral and the other side of the park overlooks the Mississippi River. Finding privacy in this location is tricky, but if you are in for an applaud; this is the place for you.
Seated in historic uptown New Orleans Audubon Park is a favorite destination spot for the New Orleans locals. It’s also home to The Tree of Life. The Riverview section, known to locals as “The Fly,” stretches along the Mississippi River and is greenspace perfect for relaxing, having a picnic lunch, crawfish boil, barbecue, tossing a frisbee, or watching the sunset over the river. With a large variety of things to, Audubon Park offers a backdrop for any time of occasion, you’re bound to find something that appeals to you for your special day.
City Park is one of the oldest parks in the country. This 1300-acre park is filled with ancient oaks and moss-canopies, that makes for a very romantic spot to the tie the knot, this is a highly recommended spot to have a romantic ceremony. City Park offers backdrops of all sorts for your special occasion. If you plan to use this park for your ceremony, there is a $50 permit fee to have a photographer. For the Botanical Gardens additional rentals are required.
Louis Armstrong Park
Louis Armstrong Park is a 32-acre park located in the Tremé neighborhood of New Orleans, just steps from the French Quarter that honors the jazz greatLouis Armstrong. Look for the iconic, arched entrance—inside you'll find sites like Congo Square, sculptures, duck ponds and lots of open spaces for relaxing. If you are into the Jazz, this is the perfect spot for you to say ‘I Do’.