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Local Wedding: Arceneaux - Rudd


























Bride: Aimee Arceneaux
Groom: Jason Rudd
Date: June 14, 2013
Ceremony: St. Mary’s Assumption Catholic Church
Reception: Audubon Tea Room
Gown: Bustles & Bows Bridal Boutique
Short Reception Dress: I Do Bridal Couture
Bridesmaids Dresses: Bustles & Bows Bridal Boutique
Men’s Attire: Navy suits at Jos. A. Bank
Men’s Ties: Custom from Rome’s Tuxedos
Rings: Private Jeweler
Bride’s Bracelet: Construct Jewelry
Florist: Fabulous Flowers
Cake: The Cocoa Bean Bakery
Photographer: Images by Robert T.
Videographer: Dyle Films
Makeup: Flawless Bride
Hair: Teased by Jen and Maison de Cheveux
Ceremony Music: New Orleans Finest Musicians
Reception Music: Groovy 7
Photo Booth: Spoofs Photo Booth
Live Painter: Art by Christopher Turner
Candy Table: Graceful Event Productions
Transportation: Big Easy Limos and Bonomolo Limousines
Invitations: Scriptura

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