Jenn & Andy {A New Orleans Wedding}

Jenn Glynn and Andy Mau met when they were both undergrads at Loyola University New Orleans in the Fall of 2006 . Although they remained friends for a while, Jenn said "I think we secretly, or not so secretly, held a candle for one-another." In the Summer of 2009, they began dating and have been by each other's side for the past 6 years. 

They were in Arizona celebrating Christmas in 2013 and watching Christmas Vacation, a Glynn family tradition. Little did she know that the big moment was about to happen soon. Enjoying her coffee and relaxing while Andy was asking for her father's blessing, she noticed Andy walk back in the room looking a bit nervous. Andy took her out to the backyard and proposed! In true Jenn fashion, she asked a million and 1 questions. "What? Who? Me? Does my dad know? Does my sister know? Are you sure? Is that ring for me? But seriously, what's going on?" Finally after about 15 minutes (Andy claims 45 minutes), she said yes! 

Jenn and Andy wed on June 6, 2015. Scroll down to see some of the images that highlight their special day! 

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When picking the venue for the reception, the couple said "The Musee Conti Wax museum was the only venue we looked at or even considered." Jenn had gone on theknot.com looking for venues and thought the place was beautifully strange. It had the pretty and the weird that she needed for their wedding to be perfect. When they finally took a tour of the space, they immediately put down a deposit. There were no other contenders.

Vendors Include:

Wedding Planning & Decor: Fleur deLish Designs and Event Management

Ceremony Venue: Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church 

Reception Venue: Musée Conti Wax Museum

Wedding Dress: Yvonne LaFleur 

Makeup: Makeup NOLA 

Hair: Chasity Coulon 

Flowers: Perfect Presentation

 DJ: DJ Chris Stylez

Brass Band: Free Agents Brass Band

Catering: 12 Seasons Catering

Snowballs: Plum Street Snowballs 

Save the Dates & Invitations: Designed by Mary Pendarvis / Printed by Gem Printing

*A special thanks to Renee Bienvenu for assisting me with photographing the ceremony