Arte De Vie

Wedding Photography

Husband & wife wedding photographers based in New Orleans & Paris! We love documenting emotion across the globe!

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We are a husband & wife team that photographs weddings in New Orleans and Paris. We absolutely love documenting weddings and all the sweet, joyous emotions that they bring out! We adore our clients and their fun, laid-back personalities.

We think when you look at your images now, or 20 years from now, they should evoke a sense of romance, real life, real love and who you are at this stage of your relationship. We also recognize all the details that went into making our wedding unique to us, and we know that you are working just as hard to make your wedding day be a reflection of you and your fiancee, so you can rely on us to capture those details as story-telling elements on your wedding day. Our style can best be described as Classically Modern.

As documentary wedding photographers in New Orleans for the last 9 years, we’ve become experts in working with couples to learn how they want their wedding day to flow and look, and we can help achieve that with minimal stress on the wedding day.

Connection is very important to us. The connection between us, connection with you, and a connection with our art form. We’d love to connect with you soon!

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WeddingLovely Blog Features

Engagement Party turned Surprise Wedding in New Orleans, LA
Engagement Party turned Surprise Wedding in New Orleans, LA

Photographer CheyAnne Keese of Arte De Vie says" In typical Carlene and Todd fashion their engagement party was “Rock-n-Roll Formal” and to take place in downtown New Orleans at the Parish Room in the House of Blues. Doug and I were attending as their paparazzi to document the party and celebrations. "

Festive New Orleans Nuptials
Festive New Orleans Nuptials

Photographers Doug & CheyAnne Keese of Arte De Vie say " Larae & Ross were absolutely the perfect couple to have on a rainy New Orleans Saturday in June. Not once did she complain or make a fuss about the rain ruining her day, despite planning on walking to the Cathedral with her girls for some fun French Quarter photos and having a 2nd Line planned immediately after the ceremony!"