Photo by LeeKay Photography
We captured a lot of moments this year—in writing and photos. And if a photo is worth a thousand words, then we had at least twelve thousand words that inspired us, informed us and transformed us. Whether they introduced us to gorgeous weddings, beautiful interiors or inspiring people, we found moments that lifted us above the mundane and into the best of Baton Rouge Here are just a handful of photos that grabbed our attention this year.
Our January issue included the new “mini-mony” trend in weddings. Photo by Mateo & Co.
For our February issue, we spotlighted LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne and her achievements on and off the mat. Photo by Chris Parent.
Baton Rouge-baked treats like these pastries from Rosch Bakehaus were the delicious hallmarks of our March issue. Photo by Collin Richie.
Our April issue gave readers a peek into a day in the life of Baton Rouge’s art scene. Photo by Jordan Hefler.
This vibrant and magical landscape gave us fairyland vibes in the May issue. Photo by Melissa Oivanki.
Gators don’t scare local artist Leslie Charleville, the cover star of our June issue. Photo by Jordan Hefler.
In our July issue, the Louisiana-inspired exclamation point on this dramatic statement-making landscape comes in the form of an outdoor seating and bath structure made in the style of a pigeonnier. Photo by Chipper Hatter.
Our August issue featured descendants of the Chauvin family coming together to restore a beloved church. Photo by Russ Gorabty.
Photographer Jackie Haxthausen brings to life the fleeting moments of childhood. Nostalgia hit hard in our September issue. Photo by LeeKay Photography.
October brought to our pages New Orleans’ new Hotel Saint Vincent. Photo by Douglas Friedman.
Angela DiVincenti Babin of Angela Marie Events curated a yummy assortment of Thanksgiving table settings for our scrumptious November issue. Photo by Sarah Ward.
December showed its Christmas spirit with this festive home in Zachary. Photo by Melissa Laney.