I have lived in Louisiana for 4 years and I've only visited NOLA twice so far, first was last fall and now this as my second time for some bridals.
This city has so much to offer and I love everything about it. All the history behind it, the jazz music, the culture, the cajun/ southern food, the french quater - I. Love. It. All.
When I got to take Madison's bridals down here it just made me love it so much more. All of my editorial bridal/ photographer dreams came true this day. You can really feel the soul that lives within' this city.
Madison looked like a bride straight out of a magazine.
Now, I would like take a moment to talk about the help that NOLA + all of southern Louisiana needs.
Hurricane Ida hit Southern Louisiana hard. Ida hit on August 29, 2021, the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, some shit huh?
More than 1 million people without power, being told you cannot come home because there is too much debris and flooding on the interstates. Not only can you not return home but you do not even know if your home is still standing.
My first time visiting NOLA you could still see the water stains/ damage on the buildings that katrina left behind, this city was still recovering from katrina.
With the community of people I have following me- lets help victims that have been impacted by hurricane ida, anything helps.