Friday, 19 August 2011 12:45
New Orleans French Quarter Chapel Focus Of New Realty TV Show
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brideThe Louisiana film industry and reality TV are a good marriage.  Now, it could be even better as a new reality TV show isat the alter this Sunday featuring a French Quarter landmark, a wedding chapel.

Big Easy Brides will feature Reverend Anthony "Tony" Talavera and his wife Lou Ann Talavera of the French Quarter Wedding Chapel.  The reality television show will be broadcasted by WEtv Ssunday August 21st starting at 9 PM CST.  

The Talaveras have been strong advocates of the French Quarter and the wedding industry--for years attempting to help make New Orleans the "Wedding Capital of the World"  because of the uniqueness and romance offered by the City.   

"The French Quarter Wedding Chapel is the ONLY wedding chapel in the French Quarter, and now we have national coverage with this new show, Big Easy Brides.  This will not only shine a light on THE most romantic city in the world to get married, but will bring a fresh look into what all New Orleans has to offer, said Reverend Talavera. 

"As important as the wedding day, Big Easy Brides shows that what a bride wants, a bride gets.  We believe that every wedding is special and this is our way to share what we do at The French Quarter Wedding Chapel with the rest of the world."

Talavera invites the public to tune in to WEtv August 21st to catch the season premiere of Big Easy Brides @ 10/9c.

For more information about the show or French Quarter Wedding Chapel call 1-504-598-6808  or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

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