I found myself in tears once again as the phone didn’t ring and there were zero emails. It was early 2007. I was sitting in the middle of the cake room at Cedar Grove trying to figure out how I could have convinced my husband to buy this place with me. We were cut off
Linda was so excited when she came in a couple of years ago for her final meeting. Her wedding would be the next month so I had asked her to come in to discuss all the final details of her wedding. I had called my friend Diem earlier that day to discuss Vietnamese traditions and
As the owner of Cedar Grove Tchoupitoulas Plantation, I am honored each week to work with incredible families. Some of our families breeze in like the wind and leave as quickly as they came. However, most of our families take root in the historic walls and grounds of CGT. The memory of their laughter, happy
Recently my husband, Joey, and I were cleaning out the garage. We were throwing out bag after bag of things that just didn’t matter anymore. An old ice cream machine that never worked anyway, broken toys, and tattered clothes were all put in the pile for the garbage truck. I was becoming embarrassed at the
Wedding Planning can be exciting, fun, and overwhelming all at the same time! We love to meet with our brides and grooms about one month before the wedding to go through details and questions about their big day. So often there are details that they have not even thought about. Our venue goes through all
At Cedar Grove Tchoupitoulas, we take pride in the all-inclusive packages we provide to our couples. However, there are some special items that are specific to each family’s tradition. We’ve come up with a list of things to remember for your wedding. Family Heirlooms and In Memoriam Items To remember our loved ones, it is
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