The first wedding to take place in the home was that of the
Le Carpentier’s daughter, Telcide, to prominent attorney Alonzo Morphy in 1829. Today, the Beauregard-Keyes House and its garden have become a popular choice for brides wishing to include a piece of historic New Orleans in their weddings.
Conference organizers and meeting planners often choose the house and gardens as a site for a variety of events, offering out-of-town visitors a special New Orleans experience. The facilities are also available for receptions, parties and other private events.
- Wedding ceremonies
- Wedding photography
- Private parties
- Conference and convention activities
The house can accommodate up to 200 guests with a buffet style service or 85 guests at a formal seated dinner.