Eddy K. Bride Rachel – CT154

Dress style: Eddy K. Couture CT154 in champagne

Store: Low’s Bridal and Formal

Photographers:

-Wedding: Jacqueline Dallimore Photography

-Bridal portraits: Jessica Vickers Photography

Hair and Makeup: Rachel Epperson Moseley (the bride!)

Reception floral arrangments: Fat Cat Flowers

Wedding cakes: Haydel’s Bakery

Ceremony: W New Orleans – French Quarter

-Coordinator at the W New Orleans: Meghan McMullin

Reception: Pat O’Briens On The River

I had no idea what type of dress I wanted. I simply knew I wanted to feel pretty. My fiance, now husband, always jokes that my goal in life is to be a Disney princess, but I never really saw myself as a ballgown kind of girl. I tried on 3 dresses, and was already feeling like I wouldn’t find a dress that day…then just as I was about to give up, out of the corner of my eye I saw a big ball gown. My mother said I might as well try it on since it caught my attention. I can honestly say when I put the dress on, I knew how Cinderella felt when her fairy godmother dressed her for the ball. The sample size fit perfectly. I walked out into the hall to look in a larger mirror, and another bride’s father looked at me and said “Honey, that’s your dress. You look like a Disney princess.” Needless to say, I didn’t try anything else on and walked out of the store, my perfect ball gown in hand. 

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Eddy K. Bride Rachel – CT154

Dress style: Eddy K. Couture CT154 in champagne

Store: Low’s Bridal and Formal

Photographers:

-Wedding: Jacqueline Dallimore Photography

-Bridal portraits: Jessica Vickers Photography

Hair and Makeup: Rachel Epperson Moseley (the bride!)

Reception floral arrangments: Fat Cat Flowers

Wedding cakes: Haydel’s Bakery

Ceremony: W New Orleans – French Quarter

-Coordinator at the W New Orleans: Meghan McMullin

Reception: Pat O’Briens On The River

I had no idea what type of dress I wanted. I simply knew I wanted to feel pretty. My fiance, now husband, always jokes that my goal in life is to be a Disney princess, but I never really saw myself as a ballgown kind of girl. I tried on 3 dresses, and was already feeling like I wouldn’t find a dress that day…then just as I was about to give up, out of the corner of my eye I saw a big ball gown. My mother said I might as well try it on since it caught my attention. I can honestly say when I put the dress on, I knew how Cinderella felt when her fairy godmother dressed her for the ball. The sample size fit perfectly. I walked out into the hall to look in a larger mirror, and another bride’s father looked at me and said “Honey, that’s your dress. You look like a Disney princess.” Needless to say, I didn’t try anything else on and walked out of the store, my perfect ball gown in hand. 

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Eddy K. Bride Rachel – CT154

Dress style: Eddy K. Couture CT154 in champagne

Store: Low’s Bridal and Formal

Photographers:

-Wedding: Jacqueline Dallimore Photography

-Bridal portraits: Jessica Vickers Photography

Hair and Makeup: Rachel Epperson Moseley (the bride!)

Reception floral arrangments: Fat Cat Flowers

Wedding cakes: Haydel’s Bakery

Ceremony: W New Orleans – French Quarter

-Coordinator at the W New Orleans: Meghan McMullin

Reception: Pat O’Briens On The River

I had no idea what type of dress I wanted. I simply knew I wanted to feel pretty. My fiance, now husband, always jokes that my goal in life is to be a Disney princess, but I never really saw myself as a ballgown kind of girl. I tried on 3 dresses, and was already feeling like I wouldn’t find a dress that day…then just as I was about to give up, out of the corner of my eye I saw a big ball gown. My mother said I might as well try it on since it caught my attention. I can honestly say when I put the dress on, I knew how Cinderella felt when her fairy godmother dressed her for the ball. The sample size fit perfectly. I walked out into the hall to look in a larger mirror, and another bride’s father looked at me and said “Honey, that’s your dress. You look like a Disney princess.” Needless to say, I didn’t try anything else on and walked out of the store, my perfect ball gown in hand. 

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Eddy K. Bride Rachel – CT154

Dress style: Eddy K. Couture CT154 in champagne

Store: Low’s Bridal and Formal

Photographers:

-Wedding: Jacqueline Dallimore Photography

-Bridal portraits: Jessica Vickers Photography

Hair and Makeup: Rachel Epperson Moseley (the bride!)

Reception floral arrangments: Fat Cat Flowers

Wedding cakes: Haydel’s Bakery

Ceremony: W New Orleans – French Quarter

-Coordinator at the W New Orleans: Meghan McMullin

Reception: Pat O’Briens On The River

I had no idea what type of dress I wanted. I simply knew I wanted to feel pretty. My fiance, now husband, always jokes that my goal in life is to be a Disney princess, but I never really saw myself as a ballgown kind of girl. I tried on 3 dresses, and was already feeling like I wouldn’t find a dress that day…then just as I was about to give up, out of the corner of my eye I saw a big ball gown. My mother said I might as well try it on since it caught my attention. I can honestly say when I put the dress on, I knew how Cinderella felt when her fairy godmother dressed her for the ball. The sample size fit perfectly. I walked out into the hall to look in a larger mirror, and another bride’s father looked at me and said “Honey, that’s your dress. You look like a Disney princess.” Needless to say, I didn’t try anything else on and walked out of the store, my perfect ball gown in hand. 

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