Pub crawl in style at New Orleans’ first annual Bridal crawl - September 21st, 2013
The largest wedding party in history will be hitting New Orleans’ legendary restaurants and bars. Try classic cuisine with a contemporary twist. Live music and signature drinks will bring the good times. Watch the sunrise from an open-air venue over 200-years-old and look great doing it!
A champagne toast in Jackson Square sets the brides and grooms into motion where they will be routed down Chartres, turn onto Royal, and continue across Canal St. to St Charles. Crawlers then have the option of continuing on the streetcar to our after party. A photographer and videographer will be at the event, capturing our journey.
Break out the white dress for a good cause, but wear comfortable shoes!
Wanna relive that special day without all the stress?
Always a bridesmaid? Here’s your chance to be a bride.
Exorcise the demons of a bad marriage out of a perfectly good dress!
Looking for a great bachelorette party idea? Look no further.
Awards will be given for classiest, craziest and most creative ensembles!
Registration gets participants a garter, drink specials, and admission into all venues. Register online for a $5 discount and to purchase "couple" tickets. We’re not telling, but we have a few surprises along the way!
21 and over, please.
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Tickets and Registration:
Tickets can be purchased online
Buy tickets at the door (cash only)
$25 per ticket
French Quarter, Central Business District – Uptown
Registration is from 3pm – 4pm
Champagne toast is at 4pm in Jackson Square (photo opportunities)
The crawl begins at 5pm. Onward to our first location!
The route is roughly 2 miles, so wear comfortable shoes!
www.bigeasybrides.com for more info
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