With 196 guestrooms for your bridal party, family and friends, plus the award-winning bar and posh party spaces, Q&C is the ideal setting to host your wedding weekend. Our location in the heart of NOLA puts your guests in the center of downtown, close enough (but just far enough away) from the French Quarter, and our amenities will make it hard to leave. Together with our preferred partners listed below, our dedicated team is ready to transform your vision into an unforgettable New Orleans wedding weekend.
The Board of Trade
Founded in 1880, the New Orleans Board of Trade was used for commerce until 1960. In 1993, renovations turned this landmark into an unbelievable wedding and event venue. Choose from a variety of venues on property, including The Arcade, The Plaza, The Patio and ancillary areas. Partnered with Pigeon Catering, your special day will be nothing short of incredible.
Located in the heart of the French Quarter, the 19th Century design of the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum brings elegance, comfort and history to weddings. The 2,200 sqft. space accommodates up to 150 guests in the beautifully crafted courtyard. Close to downtown, this venue is a perfect symbol of New Orleans' past.
Over 150 years old, City Park is the perfect location for a Neoclassical revival wedding. With bridges, bricks and sculptures, City Park provides a fairy tale backdrop to your perfectly styled wedding day. Choose from a variety of locations including the Botanical Garden, Glass Dome Conservatory, European Pavilion, Fountain Arbor Room, Spanish-style Park Terrace, the Grecian Peristyle and more. The options are truly endless.
Located right along the Mississippi River, the historic Jackson Square is a well-known landmark in New Orleans surrounded by the St. Louis Cathedral, Presbytere Cabildo, and Pontalba Apartments. A large art community, as well as retail shops, galleries and restaurants are located nearby. In order to marry at this location, permission must be granted by the Department of Parks and Parkways, but the backdrop is worth the extra effort.
Race + Religious
Named among "The World's Coolest Rental Homes" by Travel + Leisure, this spot is a prime wedding destination. Built in the 1830's, the Creole cottage, fountain-flanked pool, courtyards and lush palms provide a New Orleans wedding unlike everything else you've come to expect.
Built in 1931, Il Mercato used to be a market on Magazine Street. The building was recently restored to its original condition and updated to provide a beautiful New Orleans wedding venue. The white Spanish-style building features a courtyard, stucco walls and iron gates, creating a unique, picture-perfect venue for your special day.