Looking for us, see the below links,

figstreet.com web pages links below

 

Try the below links:

Fig Street Weddings: New Orleans weddings by retired minister and former Justice of the Peace.

www.figstreet.com/weddings

Chaplain Schwehm 

 

Fig Street Studio: Art from local artist sold on the web.

www.figstreet.com/studio

Fig St Studio

 

 

Fig Street Ministry: Home page of Chaplain Jerry Schwehm.

www.figstreet.com/ministry 

Minister Schwehm

Fig Street Weddings Booking Form

To book a wedding officiant or Minister we need the below information. It is easy, email this form to us so we can check availability. Need date, time, location to check if open, then if we are available mail this form with the deposit.

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Pay $50  Deposit To: Jerry  Schwehm

Mail to Office Address:

117 No. Solomon St, #C New Orleans, LA 70119

Tel: 504-302-8711 (Google Voice, call or text)

 

Booking Form

 

Wedding Date: ___________________________________ Time_______________

PLACE_______________________________ Address_____________________________

 

COUPLE’S NAMES: ____________________________________________

Your Home Address: _____________________________________________________________________________

 

Contact Info: Best Phone  to Call:_____________________________________

 

CEREMONY TYPE:

Religious: ____ Spiritual: _________Civil_________

 

Special Requests :

 

 

 

   PARTIES MUST SECURE A LICENSE FROM STATE BEFORE CEREMONY

Service provided upon payment in advance only. I understand that if services are cancelled, deposits are NOT REFUNDABLE. Fees are based upon amount of service time and services provided. Arrangement to pay all fees must be before ceremony. Signed agreement must be received along with required deposit or no services provided. Read full policy on web page. Contact week of to confirm services.

Total Fees: _________Deposit Paid___________ Balance Due: __________________

 

SIGNATURE OF RESPONSIBLE PARTY:_____________________ DATE SIGNED: __________

 

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 Check, Money Order, or Pay Pal the deposit when the date is confirmed by officiant. Need date, time, location to check calendar. Mail to office address: 117 N Solomon St. #C, New Orleans , LA 70119

Elope To Pirates Alley or Gate To Jackson Square

Pirate’s Alley New Orleans


Pirates Alley and French Quarter Weddings

 Pirate’s Alley, as many call it,  was originally named Orleans Alley but locals always called it Pirate Alley. Adjacent to Jackson Square on Chartres St. by the St. Louis Cathedral to the right. On the left, is the Cabildo (the Old Spanish Governor’s Mansion), and directly behind the Cabildo was the Spanish Jail. 

The alley is one block long, and extends from Chartres St. at Jackson Square to Royal St. Halfway down the alley, a lamppost marks its intersection by Cabildo Alley , which extends (the width of the Cabildo) to St. Peter St. near the Gumbo Shop. This is likely one of the most famous lampposts of the French Quarter, as it has been photographed and painted many times,  Many weddings are now performed under the several lampposts in the alleys. Several local restaurants are nearby for food service. The Gumbo Shop , and Muriels , and near The Court of Two Sisters are restaurants close to Pirates Alley. The Place D’Armes,and Bourbon Orleans Hotels are close.
  If you want more information on getting married at Pirate’s Alley, or at the Gates to Jackson Square contact Chaplain Jerry Schwehm. There are several small areas by the alley free for small elopements of 15 or less people. Like the gate to the Square on St Peter St. Pictures below. To contact Dr. Schwehm it is best to use e-mail as he may not be near a phone while performing weddings. Most small elopements can take place in the alley or at the gates to the Square for free. Jackson Square itself must be rented from the city.

  We can meet in at the Pirates Alley Cafe in the alley by The Faulkner Book Store and pick a nice spot for the ceremony near Jackson Square. The owners of Pirate’s Alley Cafe will allow use of the tables and chairs if you are a customer and purchase drinks. Travel Map to Pirates Alley Pirates Alley Map http://bit.ly/tlsHUc

Pirates Alley Cafe Simple Elopement: Meet Dr. Schwehm at the Pirates Alley Lamp Post near Cabildo for a simple ceremony. Must bring a Louisiana Marriage License. Appointment made in advance with a deposit for services to be performed.No frills. The Alley is a walkway and cannot be blocked off so the ceremony must be short and small, not large with a lot of people. A basic simple elopement. Contact Chaplain Schwehm at email jerryschwehm@gmail.com for details. See more at www.figstreet.com/weddings 

Read about the first wedding in Pirates Alley and the Ghost that haunts there: Pirates Wedding

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Use of the gate on St Peter St by Jackson Square is free for a small elopement. The park must be rented from the City.

Elopement at Gates
Elopement at Gates

New Orleans Weddings Under Trees of Life and Happieness

Weddings Under The Tree of Life, Happiness, and Love




 Best place to elope in the Greater New Orleans area are its beautiful parks and lake front.

City Parks Tree of Life, Happiness and Love are great spots for weddings. For details contact Fig Street Weddings with Chaplain JK Schwehm to arrange an elopement or wedding under the biggest and oldest oak tress in the US. More details can be read at:http://figstreet.com/guesthouse/parks.html

Tress of Love, Life, & Happiness
 The oldest oak trees are found along the bayou by City Park Ave. Some of these old oak trees are up to 800 years old. They began a forest along a water way that once connected to the Mississippi River. The bayou now forms part of a beautiful lagoon in the park and is populated by water fowl and moss covered trees. A lovely area for small outdoor weddings. More big trees are located in City Park then any other park in the area. Parking is easy. Food is near by in the Parkview Cafe and at Ralph’s At The Park. The beautiful New Orleans Museum of Art is a short walk away. The Red Canal Streetcar runs right in front of the park with a beautiful walk to the trees. The park rents spots for larger weddings but a small elopement is OK under the trees with no rental fee for use of the location.
JK Schwehm at City Park