Bridal shower honors engagement of Brittney Doucet, Chase Morgan
CROWLEY - Chase Oldon Morgan has chosen Brittney Lace Doucet to be his bride. In honor of their engagement, a bridal shower was held the afternoon of October 8 at Northside Assembly of God in Crowley.
The couple has stated their intent to marry on November 26, 2011 in a 2 p.m. ceremony at Northside Assembly of God Church in Crowley. The Reverend Kerry Doucet and Reverend Gerard Morgan will officiate the ceremony.
The theme of the shower was hats, and the color scheme was black and aqua blue.
The bride-to-be was given gifts to add to her wedding trousseau. She is the daughter of Barry and Phyllis McLain of Crowley. Her maternal grandparents are Eula Doucet of Crowley and the late Robert Doucet.
The prospective groom is the son of Gerard and Alicia Morgan of Crowley. His maternal grandparents are Audrey Frugé of Crowley and the late Noah Frugé. His paternal grandparents are Allen and Denise Morgan of Lake Charles and Charlie and Katherine Smith of Crowley.
Hostesses for the bridal shower were Leisa Comeaux, Tori Istre, Sommer LeJeune, Jill Hoof, Melody Miller, Kendall Frugé, Debby Reed, Amanda Doucet and Velma Romero.
Brittney was stylish in her black and white skirt paired with a black blouse along with a classic black hat, which topped off her outfit. She was adorned with a corsage of a single white rose embellished with coordinating black ribbon and baby’s breath.
The mother of the bride-elect wore a multicolored blouse which coordinated with her brown Capri length slacks and brown hat. Her corsage was made of red and white roses, red tulle and greenery.
The mother of the groom-elect chose a pink blouse with a black skirt and black hat. Her corsage was also a pair of red and white roses with touches of red tulle, along with greenery.
The aqua and black theme was present throughout the decorative touches. A bench was covered in black and white Damask fabric and a backdrop was also created out of fabrics in aqua and black. Each of the plates, napkins and utensils were also related to the color theme.
After signing in at a special table decorated with a glass vase filled with natural elements of rocks and dried branches, guests had many appetizing foods from which to choose. The 70 guests enjoyed feasting on ham sandwiches, boudin, a fruit tray and a vegetable tray. Meatballs, sausage, dip and chicken tenders were also served. The bride-to-be had guests travel from Maurice, Gueydan, Lafayette, Youngsville, Basile, Iota, Broussard, Rayne, Estherwood, Arnaudville, Morse and Egan. They were also treated to delicious cake, brownies and punch.